Your True Self is Perfect
This video lesson is from a recent Wealthy Visionary Conference where I taught about essence, our sacred wound, the ego and the Hero’s Journey back to Self. This content fits extremely well into the Dream Coach ® Certification Process
Marcia Wieder, CEO & Founder Dream University
As you watch this video contemplate on the sacred nature of your wound and ego-personality, then leave a comment below on the gifts that you’ve received in your life as a result of your own wounding and healing journey.
I’ll even go first.
When I was very young my older sister become deaf and my father turned his back on God. As a result I grew up always striving to be heard and of course I became a public speaker. I also became a faith teacher who inspires people to believe — which is also my purpose.
Get the idea? Now please reflect and leave a comment below.
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As CEO of Dream University, Marcia Wieder has spent over 30 years leading a Dream Movement. She also created and leads a modern day “mystery school”, The Meaning Institute, to help people live more meaningful lives. ● Marcia’s collaborated with 3 U.S. presidents, was a repeat guest on Oprah, had her own PBS television special and taught at Stanford’s Business School. She is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council and an advisory board member for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Unstoppable Foundation where she financed and helped build 15 schools in Kenya. ● She is the renowned author of 15 books including; Dream: Clarify & Create What You Want, Making Your Dreams Come True, Life is But a Dream, Dreams are Whispers From the Soul and Doing Less & Having More. She writes for Huffington Post and was a syndicated columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle.