Overcome Your Negative Thoughts on Dating

Overcome Your Negative Thoughts on Dating

Posted On: January 27, 2020

Why do I keep attracting ‘losers’, or the ‘wrong person’, you might ask (pattern)? Why are everybody such ‘time wasters’ (you group them)? Why am I so unlucky/ terrible/ horrible when it comes to dating (internalisation)? I am no self-declared love expert. I am first and foremost a sex expert, and also counsel people on […]

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Keep Walking – One Sign of a Toxic Relationship

Keep Walking – One Sign of a Toxic Relationship

Posted On: January 21, 2020

I started to date a new person only a few times, yet he already brought up marriage a couple of times. Recently when he brought it up again, I replied why it won’t work between us. Instead of trying to understand my point of view, he went into blame of how I was hurting him […]

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“It’s Not You” is Likely True!

“It’s Not You” is Likely True!

Posted On: January 20, 2020

Several years ago, a guy I started to see and liked a lot called it quits saying he felt intuitively that I wasn’t the “right person” ending with “It’s not you. It’s me.” Even then, I took it quite personal and wondered if I did anything wrong. Shortly after, he started to date somebody else […]

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Unconditioned Love exists for the Undeserved

Unconditioned Love exists for the Undeserved

Posted On: January 14, 2020

I’ve been doing inner work/ personal development for years by now – 19 years if you want to be more precise (since the time I was aware of what this really means). Side note: I’m not saying this as a means of proclaiming how evolved I must be then… I’m just sharing this to illustrate […]

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Separate Who You Are vs. What You Do

Separate Who You Are vs. What You Do

Posted On: January 5, 2020

I was sharing my observations from watching “Undercover Boss” on YouTube with a new friend yesterday: Most of the bosses featured made their millions in franchise businesses. Most of the “star” front-line employees were high-energy people/ extroverted/ bubbly personality. Most of the “star” back-end employees tended to be introverted even if their job was still […]

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On Soul Retrieval as a Healing Modality

On Soul Retrieval as a Healing Modality

Posted On: January 3, 2020

Many years ago in my pursuit to heal and learn more about myself, I went to a shamanic soul retrieval session. In the private session, the practitioner told me that she could see how my heart would break to a million of pieces sometimes many times in a day when I was growing up. What […]

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A Story on Being Who I Want for My Clients

A Story on Being Who I Want for My Clients

Posted On: January 2, 2020

Many years ago, a client who overcame Vaginismus (inability to have vaginal penetration) came back with her husband to thank me for my work with them and complete our last session. She said this and I would never forgot it: Her: “Martha.. it wasn’t what you taught us that mattered… Honestly, we could have learned […]

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Are You Fearlessly Living or Just Existing?

Are You Fearlessly Living or Just Existing?

Posted On: December 29, 2019

In present time, I would look at the beautiful orchids in my office and feel sad knowing they will die one day soon. Why do they have to die? Do they know they are going to die? If they knew, would they bother to bloom so brightly and as radiantly as they do? One might […]

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On Receiving Unsolicited Advice

On Receiving Unsolicited Advice

Posted On: December 27, 2019

Won’t it irritate you? This is what I am the subject of one or more of these scenarios regularly actually. This is why I avoid networking events. They exhaust me. If I did attend social events, I stay away from talking about work. Person: “You should do online programs!” Me: “I have six.” Person: “You […]

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On Death and Dying

On Death and Dying

Posted On: December 26, 2019

From the time I could speak, I remember asking my mom why I was born; where I was before I was born; and what I was born to do. I remember trying to ask her many times the meaning and purpose of life – without ever getting any answers that satisfied me. I didn’t know […]

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Books I Read in 2019

Books I Read in 2019

Posted On: December 23, 2019

I had set the goal of reading 150 books in 2013; 200 in 2014, 2015 and 2016; 100 in 2017 and 2018. This is how I fared 152 books in 2013, (Reached goal) 202 in 2014, (Reached goal) 168 in 2015, (Reached goal) 110 in 2016, (Didn’t reach goal) 80 in 2017, (Didn’t reach goal) […]

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