self mastery

How To Achieve Self Mastery Using 7 Levels Of Embodied Leadership

Episode Number: 21

Date: Jan 18, 2024

Ready to learn how to achieve self-mastery and drastically improve your life and business? 

In this episode of Visionary New Earth Leaders, I am sharing how you can actually achieve self-mastery through the 7 levels of embodied leadership. 

This is a methodology that I developed and it’s something I take my private clients through. I’m sharing what self-mastery really is and how you can use the 7 levels of embodied leadership to achieve it. 

Join me as we delve into what’s really possible for you when you achieve self-mastery and the incredible success waiting for you. 

In this episode, we discuss: 

  • What it means to have self-mastery
  • Why our health matters so much if you want to achieve self-mastery 
  • The internal place of healing and wealth
  • How I have always created wealth in my own life 
  • What happens when you claim your power
  • Why deep inner work is so powerful 
  • How deep, loving, and aligned relationships can help you reach self-mastery
  • Speaking your truth and clearing up communication issues
  • How to use your intuition as your secretary superpower
  • Connecting with your mission and purpose 

What does self-mastery mean to you? If you want to improve your health, increase your wealth, amplify your power, improve your relationships, advance your communication, amplify your intuition, and amplify your mission, then I invite you to come work with me in my Quantum Mentorship. You can learn more about it here. 

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“We all on an individual level have a personal responsibility to achieve an amazing life and that means learning what’s not going so well in our life, learning what we can do about it, and then taking action and changing it.”