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In the New Testament, Jesus talks about building your house on a base of sand or rock. If you build your house on sand, you can be blown away. However, if you build your house on rock, your house will remain forever. The same principle goes for your self-esteem. Marianne talks about how to build your emotional house on rock.…
 
"Well-behaved women seldom make history," author Laurel Thatcher Ulrich says. Appreciate the women who came before you, and become a role model for those who've yet to come. Marianne talks about making history while being well behaved, in the sense that your behavior stems from peace, compassion and grace.…
 
Throughout time and space, there's always been an evolutionary impulse toward a greater good. When you close your heart and your ability to love, you stop the perfect operation of a self-organizing universe. God will do his part if you do yours. Marianne talks about how to work with what God has planned for you and be at peace.…
 
When you respond to someone with words that cause suffering, you're escalating the emotional violence within you, Marianne says. She talks about developing the emotional discipline to control your own reactive impulses and about allowing fear to move through you. Stand in the love, she says.
 
The human brain begins to learn earlier than we think. According to the Families and Work Institute's research on human brain development, what happens in the first five years of life is a template that becomes part of people for the rest of their lives. Marianne says what you teach your children will not only determine their futures, but the futur…
 
Whenever you're about to judge anyone for anything, ask yourself if you've done anything similar or even worse. When you decide not to judge someone, it doesn't mean you don't hold the person accountable. Hold people accountable for their actions so they can open their hearts and hear what you have to say, Marianne says. As you grow in your capacit…
 
According to quantum physics, the greater the weight, the less the sphere of influence. When there's too much stuff in your life, you have less creative ability. Unlearn the fear and thoughts that weigh you down. Marianne talks about welcoming the freedom that comes with decluttering.
 
The rehearsal is over. You're ready for the dream that's trying to be born within you. God has more faith in you than you may have in yourself. Ask that God's will be done. Say yes to whatever future God has in mind for you. All the capacities necessary to help you create and manifest that future are born within you, Marianne says.…
 
According to Buddhism, all suffering comes from attachment. You want to have things happen so badly that your suffering lies in the fact that you're attached to it happening, Marianne says. Think about everything you're attached to--your marriage, your children, your possessions. Let go of your attachments and allow the universe to take over.…
 
Your crucifixion condition is a situation in which egoic, fear-based thinking seems to be canceling out your consciousness and the consequences of love. Your crucifixion condition will determine how soon you get to the resurrection in your life, Marianne says. She talks about how to get to the light.…
 
Life is going so fast, you might not realize that the things you think are unimportant in life are often the most important. People need your time--you will pay for it emotionally if you do not learn this lesson. Marianne talks about being with everyone that God puts before you. Realize how precious those moments are, she says.…
 
If you have a nagging suspicion that you're wasting your life, it's because you are. Do you ever feel guilty, as though you are cheating yourself or God? Live to your fullest potential. The world will take you more seriously when you take yourself more seriously through the work of God, Marianne says.…
 
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