#60 Get Out of Your Own Way: Alignment, Trust and Manifesting with Cassie Mendoza-Jones

Does the manifesting and non-attachment to goals process ever trip you up? Have you ever blamed yourself for manifesting something bad? Do you "should" on your self care or do you ever feel like you if you could just get out of your own way that something amazing would be lying on the other side for you? This week we're having a real talk conversation about the manifestation process and how we unknowingly take ourselves out of the alignment that we deeply seek. While on this spiritual journey, we all need to remember our own humanness and lighten up on ourselves, and Cassie's words helps us do just that with some honest discussion and questions to ask yourself and journal about after the episode.

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  • Alignment doesn't mean perfect
  • Do we manifest all bad things?
  • Universal Signs: when to stop and when to keep going 
  • Non-attachment, goals and control
  • Spiritual bypassing
  • Practical questions to get out of your own way
  • Creating simply to create 
  • Shoulding on your self care 

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More about Cassie:

Cassie Mendoza-Jones is the bestselling author of You Are Enough and It’s All Good (Hay House), and a kinesiologist, business alignment coach, naturopath, writer and speaker. 

She works with women, and with entrepreneurs, healers, coaches and creatives who are driven, devoted and honouring their dreams, and who want to become more powerfully aligned to their bigger vision, clear away perfectionism, procrastination and overwhelm, and create their own version of a beautiful and aligned business and life. She's been featured in international publications such as the Collective Hub and Cosmo and seen on online websites such as Vogue Australia, Marie Claire, The Daily Guru and ELLE.

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It doesn’t mean that things have to be perfect; you can have a bad day and still be in alignment; you can get a parking ticket and still be in alignment.
— Cassie Mendoza-Jones