Hello! I’m Miriam. Some people call me Mimi for short. I am an author, teacher and artist with a special focus on the divine art of conscious manifestation. I am inspired primarily by the work of the late New Thought teacher Neville Goddard, and I enjoy mixing things up a little with other spiritual practices.
Not very long ago, I was struggling in pretty much every area of my life. My relationships were battlefields at their worst and strained at their best. My family went through cycles of feast-and-famine: long periods of poverty would see brief respites, glimpses of abundance, only to fall back into “survival mode” again. For many years, it seemed like no matter how hard we tried to improve things, a new crisis would pop up and suck all our energy away. It was a constant game of Whack-A-Mole. Even though my spirituality was strong, time after time I felt like a victim of life. Happiness wasn’t just elusive. It seemed as if it was being intentionally kept from me, and by proxy, the people I loved so much.
A few years ago, it all came to a true crisis point. At the time, I thought I had already weathered the Dark Night of the Soul. Little did I know that the end of that period was only the beginning of a real transformation. I spent six months in relative solitude. For the first couple of months, I was in a state of deep emotional pain. The pain was shocking to me in its intensity, most of all because it was worse than what I’d felt during traumatic events of my childhood. I was borderline suicidal, emotionally and physically broken down.
But… As Seneca once said, every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end…
Crazy at it sounds, I am actually grateful for that dark period of my life. Because that was when I discovered Neville Goddard. All the spirituality I had studied and practiced over many years fell into place through Neville’s work. It was through the wonderful teachers of Neville’s philosophy, and of course through reading and studying Neville directly, that I understood the purpose of what I was going through. Bit by bit, I started applying Neville’s teachings to my life. At the time, I was particularly fixated on undoing the damage my relationship had endured. I wanted nothing more than to reunite my family and live the good life I knew was possible for us. Eventually, I understood that there was only one person to change in order to see improvements in my outer world: Me.
So I did just that.
I can’t pinpoint the exact moment the change occurred. I can tell you, however, that as of this writing all areas of my life have either transformed completely or are showing signs of improvement every day. My relationship is stronger and more joyful than it’s ever been. Beyond that, though, I live every day knowing that constructive, loving use of your imagination yields any and every desire. I have manifested things for myself and others my prior self would never have believed possible. And I know you can, too!
Does it take work? The short answer is “Yes”. The long answer is that the work you do to transform yourself in order to see changes in your life doesn’t have to be drudgery. It doesn’t have to be hard, and it shouldn’t be. I believe in the path of least resistance in all things. In fact, it’s that inner resistance to change that keeps so many of us stuck in old patterns.
I call myself a Wise Woman not because I believe I’m wiser than anyone else, but because it’s who I choose to be. As a Wise Woman, it’s my honor to help you figure out how to “get out of your own way”, drop the resistance to change, and finally manifest the wonderful life that is your birthright.
Thank you for visiting. I wish you happiness and peace.