May 21, 2013 Melissa Zollo


You may have a thousand different dreams projected onto your path of travel in this lifetime.

For instance, do you want to love and be loved by others.  Would you like to have a happy, harmonious home life? How about your career? Do you long to make a great living, receive acknowledgment and recognition for your work as you enjoy your professional life? And what about living financially free? I mean, come on, you are the dreamer and dream maker of your life. Do you want to be free from money worries, and get to keep enough money to support your lifestyle rather than depend upon calling on good ol’ Uncle Joe and sweet Aunt Mary?

Everyone’s got one or two dreams that may feel impossible or perhaps seem too big. It’s easy to drop dream-seeds by the roadside or file them away under, it is too late.  If this sounds familiar, now might be a good time for a self-worth tune-up.

Self- worth is the emotional part of your self-image. Your self-worth is a vital part of how you think and feel about yourself. Remember, your feelings are worth a fortune.

I’m not kidding. Take the time to line up your feelings first, and action follows. If you don’t take the time to line up your joy, self-worth, self-value, and “move into your feel good zone”  all the action in the world will not make one bit of difference.

Self-worth reflects our beliefs.  I define self-worth as how much we like and cherish ourselves.

How we feel about ourselves significantly affects every aspect of our experiences, from the way we think about our dreams to the way we interact with friends, co-workers, lovers, even the cars next to us while stuck in traffic.

Let me give you a simple example. The other night a friend called and her energy was in “panic mode”. She wanted to dump her feelings and story of lack and the economy onto me because she hadn’t sublet her loft for the summer. But I value my emotional well being. I declined to walk out onto the dance floor with her self-doubts.

Rather than resonate with her story of doom and gloom, I suggested she calm down, seek her worth, imagine what she wanted, and focus her mind in the direction of a positive outcome.

I said, “Things will come into your experience in response to your fearful story telling. Your “panic mode” vibration is wired to ideas of lack and limitation. Is this what you what?” “No”, she whispered. . “Good.” I proceeded. “Are you willing to stop blaming the economy? “Yes.” Suddenly she was  deep listening. “The most important thing that affects your financial experience is the way you use energy with ideas. Your wealth or lack of it has nothing to do with what anybody else has or is doing. It has to do with your perspective (state of consciousness). It has to do with your mental images, thought patterns and how you flow your feelings.” Silence.  A moment or two passed. I waited it out. “Oh my god, she said, I’ve got to stop feeling like I’m worthless and don’t deserve to rent my loft. I need to get out of struggle mode.” I said, “Sounds good to me!” We laughed and hung up. The next day I got an email with the good news that her loft had been rented.

Dreams do come true. They are the gift you give yourself.

When we come into our own power, we feel better. And when we feel better — those who care about us feel better as well. Best of all when we uplift our emotions the Universe responds. It is a win-win situation.

If you want your fortunes to shift, you have to begin by telling yourself a different story.





About the Author:



Melissa Zollo is an imagist, author, Akashic reader and Life consultant. For over thirty years she has provided mind focusing tools to remove subconscious obstacles and reset your mental blueprints so that you can experience personal and professional success. She is the author of the audio programs: Discover the Power of Imagination; How to Unleash the Power Within and Attract Money and Melissa’s Secrets on the Law of Vibration. Ms. Zollo inspires you to use your miracle-working Powers of Consciousness and achieve amazing goals simply by changing the way you imagine, think and feel.


Website:  www.presentmemory.com



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