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Give yourself the gift of my top 15 tips for bringing alchemy into your life by finding and wooing your inner Goddess so you can thrive! Here are the final 5 tips (for now – you know there’s always more) to enhance your relationship with your inner Goddess and allow you to shine. Catch parts one and two, then soak up some of more tips and quotes to bring out your natural glow!
WARNING: These steps are challenging, but HIGHLY effective.
IF you do these, I can absolutely guarantee results in your life.
There is an art and a science to inviting Aphrodite into our lives, and I am excited to share these incredibly effective ways to connect with and embrace your Inner Goddess so your brilliant light can shine.
These jewels are based on Kisses from your True Self – simple practices designed to inspire a deeper relationship with the wisest part of you.
The best part is that each kiss is GUARANTEED to take 3 minutes or less – although you have total freedom to enjoy the goodness as long as you like.
Ask any woman whether she’s happy with what she looks like or if she’s completely happy with her life and you’ll likely get a resounding “no.”
Ask that same woman, “When was the last time you did something really nice for yourself?” and you’ll likely get silence. After a few moments, she might come back with, “Well there was that day a few months ago when I had the flu and I slept in until 6:00 am.”
Sound familiar? It’s sad, really. Why can’t we as women take a day off or do something nice for ourselves?
For every man who wants to keep their relationship with their significant other during the holiday: A Public Service Announcement.
Yes, I’m serious.
For today’s tale from the sofa (counseling sofa, that is), I’m sharing a tale of gift giving gone wrong.
Sometime you don’t need coaching on the perfect words TO say, it’s altogether to do with what NOT to say.
My jaw dropped about five minutes into my first teleclass with Anna Kunnecke. Hearing her voice was like listening to myself, but a me who knew a heck of a lot more than I did in areas in areas that needed expert Queen Sweeping. Pouring myself into her courses has been one of the most powerful choices I’ve made.
In honor of my newest page on The Alchemist’s Heart , I am posting Anna’s Valentine’s Day thought provoking article on loving yourself deliciously 🙂 Enjoy!
Valentine’s Day is better now that I’m single
Nothing’s worse than a bad Valentine’s Day. The cheap heart-shaped chocolates, the red polyester negligee…and the eager expectation of what’s going to happen next. We’ve all been there.
So if you’re single, breathe a sigh of relief with me. It’s so fantastic to be single on Valentine’s Day!
I hear a lot of silent blinking. Let’s back up, because if you’re single you’re used to wading through an unbelievable amount of psychobabble bullshit.
On the one hand, we’re all regaled with stories of how the perfect mate will drop out of the sky ‘as soon as you stop looking for it and you’re fine on your own.’ On the other hand, we’re told to make room in our lives for someone else; to leave room in our bed, to dress like we could meet our soulmate at any moment, and to stay ‘open.’ In other words: damned if you do, damned if you don’t.
This is irritating to be sure, but I’ll take this conundrum any day over some of the disastrous Valentine’s Days I’ve lived through. Let’s see, there was the episode of the grocery store roses still in the plastic wrapping; the romantic dinner I cooked…then cleaned up by myself; and the drugstore necklace with the price tag still on it. (Note: no exes were harmed in the making of this article. Naturally, those are purely hypothetical examples.)
I’m single now: exceedingly, gloriously single. I’m a single parent, I’m not interested in dating, and there hasn’t been any romantic or sexual love in my life for many years. I am well and truly safe from the scourge of the scratchy skanky lingerie.
This piece was originally published in The Huffington Post. To read the rest and find out how to make yourself swoon, single or not, click here! Sneak peek: I’m hands-down the best lover I’ve ever had.