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Are you ready for change?

Updated: Aug 21

Hello. Welcome to my website. We all like our status quo. We like things to remain the same.


And yet, death and change are inevitable. They're the only two things that we can be sure of!


Are you seeking change?


Are you fed uHp of being fed up?


Are you sick of moaning about life?


Are you really ready to embrace change?


Are you open to listening?


Are you open to trying new things?


New foods?


Visiting new places?


New adventures?


New holiday destinations?


One simple change can be all it takes to bring about huge changes.


Do you want to know how I changed my life?


It wasn't always like this for me. I didn't always do a job I adore. I was stuck in victim mode and run down, sad, moaning about my life, playing the blame game and totally unaware that the more I played the victim, the more I was attracting the same old shit back into my life.


My life was in a desperate state of despair over twenty years ago. My cousin Andrew died from leukemia and the shock had sent me spiraling into a dark place. His death left me re-evaluating my life. Or rather the lack of life, in my life.


I was exhausted, burnt-out, constantly run down and fed-up. I was carrying so much hurt from my divorce and subsequent relationship breakdowns, not to mention my lack of self-care, self-love and self-awareness. I had no idea who I was. I had no life plan, no goals. Every day was just another cycle of emptiness on the ever-spinning wheel of life.

I grasped for crumbs of joy from my children, though was far too knackered to really enjoy them. I felt terribly guilty as a mother of four youngsters who couldn't afford the things I assumed they wanted.


My guilt was suffocating the life from me. I felt as though I had failed at life. Failed at my marriage. Failed my children. Failed my parents.


BUT, most of all I had failed and was continuing to fail myself because I kept repeating the same old things; day in day out.


My habits were keeping me stuck. Of course at that time I had no idea of this. I just simply kept going around the proverbial goldfish bowl. (That's why my first book is called "The Goldfish That Jumped.")


I was desperate for change and yet I really didn't know where to start. I had moments of peace. Yet, they were few and far between. I was tired, empty and unfulfilled. I was desperate and unsatisfied with life's lot. I knew change had to come though truly had no awareness of where, or how I could start.


If we always do, what we have always done, we are always going to achieve the same outcome.


Little did I know at the time that these thoughts were creating my stuck world. Little did I know that by realizing change was needed, I was being made ready for huge change.


I had never heard of The Law Of Attraction at that time. I had little awareness of what and how I was creating this life for myself and my beloved children.


One morning filled with self-pity, anger, rage and despair, I screamed at God, the Universe, or whatever else you want to call Source energy and expressed my unhappiness with many expletives.


Within weeks I was guided, or intuited to contact Connections career services. From there I began a degree foundation course at Runshaw college and the changes began.


I had simply listened to the guidance and followed through with my intuition. It felt right and I did it. I assure you that you too can change your life. You just need to be ready and sometimes desperate enough.


I love these quotes by Tony Robbins;


"By changing nothing, nothing changes."


"There is no greatness without a passion to be great, whether it's the aspiration of an athlete or an artist, a scientist, a parent, or a businessperson."


"Commit to CAN! - Constant And Never-ending improvement."


I had no desire to be great at that time, though I had come to the end of that particular sticky, painful road and knew I had to change my life.


I had no idea where I was going. I simply knew I had to attend the course and prayed that something good would come out of it. At the time having no awareness of the power of my intentions meant that I didn't harness this energy as I could have done, However, it was certainly working for me.


I met someone on the Degree Foundation course who had benefited from Reiki healing. He had been an alcoholic for years and it had left him feeling desperate. He agreed to pass my details to his healer friend and, once again I followed my intuition. It felt right to visit Trish. I loved the Reiki healing sessions. I began to experience more peace. My migraines eased. My asthma disappeared. I started to sleep better. I had more energy.


The rest is history as they say. I cried through most of the initial sessions. I still held dearly to my wounded self and to my victim status.

Eventually she suggested I try T'ai Chi. Once again I intuited that this would be right for me. The classes were amazing and my tutor, a powerful, respected spiritual teacher. She was wise enough to sense my spiritual gifts and encouraged me to change. My journey was well underway.


T'ai Chi brought about huge changes in my life. For the very first time I felt freedom when I attended the classes, The other attendees were all soulful, spiritually aware people. I felt completely at home. I became more observant of my thoughts and when I was introduced to the spiritual laws and of course The Law Of Attraction, I was so determined to use them wisely.


Little did I know at the time where it would lead me.


I knew I had found my path and it felt like I had come home.


Within a short time I developed Chronic Fatique Syndrome. Now my whole life seemed to spiral into darkness and chaos. I had time. Time to face myself and time to honour who I really was underneath all the proverbial masks that I had worn; or been forced to wear by a society that is itself just one huge mask of miscommunication and ego.


It was to become one of my greatest gifts. Whilst I was ill I used my time wisely. I studied, read and digested spiritual books. I educated myself in self-awareness and self-help books. My dear friend Diane and my parents provided me with much needed support and so much love. For which I am forever grateful.


I was ill for almost a year. I faced my darkest fears of losing my children, my home and my job. I faced the fear and the possibility of never recovering. I was unable to hike, or to walk for more than a few minutes without being completely exhausted. Wiped out for hours. I felt like I had a noose around my neck.


Life was tough. I verged on the precipice of depression, though was determined not to fall into that abyss. Thank God I had a beautiful family and dear friends.


Through that time I was unable to do my daily T'ai Chi routine which I really missed.


My friend Sylvia noticed my absence from the group and asked Diane about my well-being. She was training as a Homeopath at that time. She phoned me and explained that she would love to treat me as she needed case studies for her degree.


I had an opportunity to heal. To recover. To live again. I took it with an open heart, open mind and open arms.


Sitting through the first consultation, she asked me about my life, my family, my childhood, my divorce, my relationships. my children and my career I cried, and cried. I became aware of all I had experienced and all that had left me in this very sorry place. No wonder my body told me in no uncertain terms to get lost.


No wonder I was ill. Exhausted. Burnt out. Weary. Knackered. Such a revelation and so life-changing.


Thank you Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. You broke me down. Breakdown or breakthrough. I had finally broken through my pain.


Within a few months I was running my own clinic, teaching Reiki healing and doing psychic readings. Life changed very quickly. I had more time.

Time for me.

Time for my beloved children.

Time to embrace and enjoy life.

Time to engage and live.


That's why I called my first book; "The Goldfish That Jumped." I jumped from the goldfish bowl and began to create my own life. I had needed and desired change. I welcomed change and I wrote the book to prove that it is possible to change our lives. We need effort, determination and true grit. We can do it. If I did it. you can do it.


I am now an international healer, author and motivational speaker. I am much happier than I have ever been. I feel fulfilled, satisfied, contented and have experienced great peace.


Recently I returned from Bali, Indonesia after being trained by a powerful, well-known shaman in healing. My healing and other abilities have grown hugely since then.


Now I am writing books six and co-writing book seven. I practise gratitude and connection to Source daily.


My love to you


Mary


So if your life sucks please phone me on 07828 929659 or email at marycurtiscoaching@gmail.com


Ready for change? ready to embrace life and live?


Do these quotes below speak to you?


"What would it be like if you lived each day, each breath, as a work of art in progress?

Imagine that you are a masterpiece unfolding, every second of everyday a work of art taking form with every breath."


Thomas Crum


"Slow down and enjoy life.

It's not only the scenery you miss by going too fast -

you also miss the sense of where you are going and why."


Eddie Cantor


"Don't exclude yourself....

from precious moments

warm encounters

beautiful attitudes

majestic discoveries

flowing intimacies

sensory development

for these are the jewels placed

in the crown of your destiny."


Walter Rinder


"We achieve a sense of self from what we do for ourselves and how we develop our capacities.

If all your efforts have gone into developing others you're bound to feel empty.

TAKE YOUR TURN NOW."


Robin Norwood.


"The miracle comes quietly into the mind that stops an instant and is still."


A Course In Miracles


"Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror.

But you are eternity and you are the mirror."


Kahlil Gibran


The time for you and your changes is right now.







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