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371 Mindful Money Abundance with Morgana Rae

November 1, 2018

Morgana Rae is a ten-time international #1 best selling author and a pioneer in personal development for over 23 years. She’s widely regarded to be the world’s leading 'Relationship With Money' coach. Morgana’s fans call her the “Money Goddess” because of documented stories of clients making thousands, tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of dollars within hours of changing their relationship with money. Morgana writes, speaks, and coaches from a desire to empower idealistic entrepreneurs, coaches, authors and artists to have a big impact in the world and to heal the rift between heart, spirit, and money.

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Most Influential Person

  • The Buddha

Effect on Emotions

  • I think mindfulness, for me, is why I'm happy. We can't control what happens outside of us, but we can definitely change our experience and make things useful and bring more love and understanding and use everything to make our lives and the world better.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • I try to get out to the beach. I think nature, wherever you get it is really, really important.
  • I find when I'm in nature by the water or in the earth, my breathing slows and I start to breathe along with the waves and it just changes me.

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Bullying Story

  • I was the most hated girl in school in the third grade. I moved from the city in Los Angeles and Hollywood out to the suburbs. One was very diverse and a very, very different culture. We called grownups by their first name. It was just very different and then suddenly I'm in this very white bred suburb with different social rules that I didn't understand.
  • So I was the girl everybody hated. I had no friends in school. There was one girl I would play with after school, but she would be the meanest girl at school. It was a life that has only gotten better since then.
  • So I have this aspect of myself that I call my inner fat girl because I was chubby at the time, so people called me fat stuff like I wasn't even a person.
  • It was so dehumanizing and I still have this aspect of my personality that comes out when I'm feeling in a social situation, not good enough, not pretty enough, not popular enough. Like there's something really wrong with me and I have so much love for this part of me fat girl, because a, she needs love more than maybe any other part of me.
  • And I think she's also the most loving because that part of me that feels like the unacceptable ugly outcast who doesn't deserve to exist, recognizes, understands, loves and desires to provide safety for everybody else's inner fat girl that feels like the unsafe outcast who doesn't deserve to exist.
  • So my mindfulness is to take that experience and kind of turn it into gold through service, by bringing love first to that part of myself and really, truly loving her contribution. There's a temptation when we're being abused and feeling the abuse, especially if we're empathic and we're feeling the anger and the rage.
  • It's very tempting either to lash out at the people who are attacking us or even more tempting to lash out at ourselves and hurt ourselves and join the abusers. When we can pause and love the parts of us that we have the most trouble with; maybe you call it the saboteur or the bully.
  • You know, I talked about my fat girl. Each of them is on our team. Each of them has wisdom, and when we can really embrace and love that part of us, it gives us a super power. It gives us the super power of empathy.
  • When I love my inner fat girl, the part of me that feels hated and ugly and lonesome and doesn't deserve to exist and lonely, then I can see and understand and love everybody else's part that feels those ways and then it gives me sort of a super power to heal that pain and that changes the dynamic. I became a coach.
  • Really, truly. I quit acting and became a coach because I was doing it as a hobby and I liked myself better. I liked the relationships better. I was happier. So honestly I became a coach. Totally for selfish reasons because I found it easier to be happy helping other people.

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