The Polygamist's Daughter

Stories, Reflections and Conclusions of Life on the Inside


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Stepping Into Greatness

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Have you ever noticed how some women struggle with asking for what they really want?

Maybe it’s taking on a bigger client, taking their business or movement to the next level or even asking family for support?

Female business owners are extraordinary. They love their business, clients and purpose. Driven by their hearts, they want to make a difference in their communities and the world.

There are so many female business owners and social entrepreneurs out there who are struggling to grow their business and make a bigger impact. What I do is give them personalized tools and solutions to strengthen their vision and live with greater purpose.

Combining 25 years of business experience with intuitive guidance and spiritual psychology, I help women get to the root of whatever it is that stands in the way of stepping fully into their greatness.

Let’t face it, everyone has had some pain in their lives. Until that pain is processed it hangs on as unconscious beliefs that keep them stuck. That’s what I help with.

The next Core-Centered Living Evolve 6-Month Masterclass + Learning Lab begins on March 15th and is now open for enrollment.

If you would like more details and an application, send your request tohttp://victoriareynolds.com/contact/

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Until Next Time…Be Fearless, Fabulous &Free!

 

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Turkey Soup and Trump

This is what Yeshuah (the man many call Jesus) meant when he said to love your enemies and pray for them. Donald Trump is playing an integral part in bringing all of our collective diseases to the surface so that they can be healed, and we can evolve into a new level of consciousness. He has no idea the role that he is playing in our collective evolution, but for those of us who can see it, we see him for who he really is.turkey-soup

In the midst of taking rugs and comforters to the cleaners, making a crock-pot of turkey soup from the Thanksgiving carcass and creating a flyer for my upcoming Spirit Lift
events before running off to pickup my kids from school, I received a download about Donald Trump and who he really is. Yes, I am mostly vegetarian but occasionally join my family in eating meat as part of traditional celebrations. Otherwise my husband would think I’ve lost my mind entirely. As long as a turkey has sacrificed its life to feed my family, I am going to make use of all of it, even the bones from which I make healthy, organic soup to last all winter.

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Gratitude Saved My Life

Thanksgiving was my favorite childhood holiday but I never understood what it really stood for.  It was a day of eating food my parents could otherwise not afford for me to eat.

As a child I knew very little about gratitude or how to express it. I had no concept of what gratitude was or how to really appreciate any part of my existence.

We were not taught the simple expression of “thank you” and the only mention of gratitude was in the meaningless words that were simply lip-service at the many prayer times. I had no real association to a feeling of genuine gratitude for anything in my life. I knew nothing of what it could do for me and its real value. In fact, I did not really understand gratitude until my mid-life breakdown when I discovered it to be the first essential component to rebuilding my life.

I began to discover gratitude at a time when my life was falling apart around me.

sunrise-neighborhoodEverything I had built in my life was crumbling and I was forced to rethink everything I thought I knew.  I was in such a state of dark depression that my mind slipped into thoughts of suicide.  Out of desperation to save myself, and be who I needed to be for my family, I began carving out a few minutes each day for me. The only time I had to myself was at 6:30 each morning and in that precious time I started walking through the quiet streets surrounding my home. In those few minutes each morning I began clearing my mind and reconnecting with myself. And, it was in one early morning sunrise that I discovered gratitude.

Gratitude saved my life!

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Until next time, be fearless, fabulous and free!

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