When your sense of worthiness is attached to your ego, it mainly relies on what you have and not who you are.
Subtracting what you have doesn’t make you less worthy, although ego would often get shaken by this. It loves the illusion of more means MORE worthy …
The truth is your true sense of worthiness is steady, it’s not a wave.
Your worthiness just is and it goes beyond the circumstances of having or not having things.
Things are just things.
Attaching our sense of worthiness to things is damaging, destructive, painful and it delays the whole journey of creating the lifestyle that you dream of …
And it stops expansion of the inner world.
Those who are here for the chase, a rat race of who has more, are not my audience. Formulas of how to make a 100K a day, a week, a month don’t thrill me. Quite opposite. I see the shallow part of it and I run the other direction.
Know your personal values and stick with...
Hey, it's Margo here. Today, I'm talking about something significant: messing up and making mistakes. I want to share some thoughts on how we can look at these things differently to help us grow and be okay with ourselves. Please also check out the podcast on the same subject.
In Margo's podcast, she talks a lot about how important it is to accept our failures and mistakes because they help us grow and understand ourselves better. She says that trying to hide our mistakes means we lose out on learning from them. Margo believes mistakes are not just problems but are actually key parts of what make us valuable and help us become better. She encourages us to think positively about our failures, seeing them as chances to learn and improve.
Here's what we should remember from Margo's talk:
Margo also talks about how writing in a journal and thinking deeply about our experiences can help us grow and see things...
Hey everyone, it's Margo here. I'm really pumped to talk about my recent trips around Europe.
These trips were a huge deal for me, changing me in big ways. For me, traveling is how I really connect with myself, what I want, and what I feel.
It's like going through big changes over and over again. Every trip changes me, it's a journey that transforms me.
But, I've figured something out: these big changes don't just happen. I need to really take my time to soak it all in. I have to slow down, think about the places I've been, and the cultures I've experienced to really get the most out of my travels.
When I get back, I often find myself caught up in the hustle, doing chores, and catching up on things I missed. That's me being in a "do" mode.
But I've learned it's crucial to switch...
Introduction: In a world dominated by social media, it's easy to get caught up in the validation of others, seeking external approval for our thoughts and creations.
However, true happiness lies in validating oneself, detaching from the insecurities that external measures can bring. Today, let's shift our focus inward and explore the transformative power of self-love.
Remember those days when the number of likes on Facebook determined your worth?
The quest for external validation led to stress and disappointment. It's a common struggle, but the key is realizing that ‘likes’ don't define your impact.
Validation starts from within, and as we detach from the need for external approval, we open ourselves to a world of genuine self-expression. In those moments of authenticity, we activate joy and create a flow in our lives that feels effortless.
The synchronicity between passion and self-expression becomes a beacon, influencing not...
In a recent social media post, I discussed how relying on external circumstances for a sense of worthiness traps us from true freedom.
This is intricately linked to our personal power, a concept central to the law of attraction and empowerment. Here's a breakdown of what circumstantial worthiness involves:
Circumstantial worthiness is superficial and fleeting. It's about the external validation we often seek. But what about when circumstances aren't ideal?
This is where the universal laws, particularly the law of attraction, play a pivotal role. Manifesting personal power and a deep sense of worthiness comes from within, not external factors. Key aspects include:
In the podcast episode, Margo Stanislawski discusses the concept of "Circumstantial Worthiness" and how it impacts our sense of self and empowerment.
She begins by highlighting a common misconception: the belief that our worthiness is contingent upon external circumstances.
Margo argues that favorable circumstances, like sound health, supportive relationships, and financial stability, can make it easier to feel worthy and self-assured.
Still, they are not the authentic sources of worthiness. She emphasizes that true empowerment and a sense of worth come from within, not external validation or conditions.
The Law of Attraction and Inner Strength:...
Today, I would like to share my experiences and insights on the importance of self-love, validation, and the power of detaching from external approval to embrace a life filled with happy days and synchronicity.
Initially, I struggled with the need for external validation, especially on social media platforms like Facebook.
The lack of interaction on my posts, which were heartfelt expressions, often left me feeling unheard and unseen. This experience taught me a crucial lesson about the significance of self-validation over external approval.
Your words have a unique frequency, shaping your mind and life. Embrace self-love, create inner shifts, and manifest positive change. Activate your potential revolution now!
Introduction: In this podcast, Margo explores the transformative power of the words we speak to ourselves, emphasizing their unique frequency and impact on our lives.
The guidance revolves around self-programming, the subconscious mind's receptivity, and the potential for personal revolution through intentional language.
In today's fast-paced world, understanding the energetic frequency of the words we speak to ourselves has become increasingly vital.
This revelation became a personal revolution for me, marking a profound shift in my life.
The realization that the words we choose carry a unique frequency has the power to shape our inner and outer realities.
Let's delve into the transformative potential of this concept and explore how it ties into universal laws, synchronicity, and manifestation.