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Intimate Conversations with Abiola Abrams

I am so excited about my guest on Intimate Conversations this week, Abiola Abrams. She has this amazing look about her, that she’s alive, sassy and ready to live BIG.  She’s stunningly gorgeous!  Her smile is simply infectious and I am ready to hear more about her message and insights.

I can tell that this is going to be good because there is just something about her, from the way that she writes to her style. She is unique in the most beautiful and creative way.

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Intimate Conversations – Highlights with Kimberly Seltzer

I am SO excited! I have a date tonight and the timing couldn’t be better because my guest on Intimate Conversations this week, Kimberly Seltzer, just happens to be an amazing dating and makeover expert!

She reminded me of things that I had long forgotten since, I was last in the world of dating. Like the fact, that we decide how we feel about someone within the first 30 seconds based on attitude and what they’re wearing. We talked a lot about what to wear, from the underwear  up to the clothes, color and then, from the inside out. We also talked about foreplay. 😉

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Intimate Conversations – Highlights with Cory Michelle

I’m just going to start out by saying, Cory Michelle ROCKS! She blew me away. Her questions were sensational, her vulnerability and honesty was exquisite, her inspiration… well, inspirational!

Did you know that she is also an Access Consciousness facilitator? Awesome, right!? One of the questions she asked me was, “What’s it going to take for me to have an EPIC relationship?”  And, I realized that I don’t use that word often, but I don’t know why. It was just a beautiful, energetic way to look at life and relationships.  In a place of dedication to self,  gratitude for self, and being willing to receive and to gift.

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The Four Agreements… with Relationships

A wonderful question came in from Andrew…

He asked:

Have you read the book “Four Agreements?”  The principals in the book are: 1.  Be impeccable with your word  2. Don’t take anything personally  3.  Do not make assumptions  4.  Always do your best.  My question is how to apply those principles in relationships – I think you would be especially able to answer this for me since you are well practiced at being in your own body and loving yourself, yet also know the pain and joy of connection with another.  How to “be” in the love and the heaven.

Answer:

I went mostly into “Don’t take anything personally” in this video blog answer I created for you… yet to supplement what I spoke about on camera, let’s go into Be impeccable with your word. Clearly in relationships if you lie, withhold, avoid talking about the truth, then there isn’t any authenticity or intimacy to begin with and thus how can true connection occur?

Here’s the video:

Do not make assumptions is great for relationships, because it keeps us out of conclusion, out of strategy and open to limitless possibilities moment to moment. It allows us to see our partner with fresh eyes and non judgment, which allows them to show up differently then if we had preconceived notions of what they’d say.

Always do your best for relationships is great… and this doesn’t mean be perfect. It means in every moment be the best you, you can. Of course you know more today than you did last year, so there’s no sense beating yourself up for last year, just show up with all you know, all you are and all that’s possible NOW. It’s about giving each moment your fullest, vulnerably, honestly, authentically.

Of course as I always speak about with relationships, there’s no way to do this if you don’t have this relationship with yourself. So let thoughts pass on by that don’t nourish you, take the time to listen to your truth and honor it, stay open to life surprising  you and turning out better than you could ever imagine, and day to day, do your best to be YOU.

Might sound corny, but giving yourself a hug a day works for me, and a flirt in the mirror that I think I’m cute, and a slap on my butt in dance class to acknowledge I’m doing my best, and gratitude for all the ways I have the pleasure of connecting with YOU… this helps me Live my best most delicious life.
Coaching with me is part healing, part empowerment, part delicious naughtiness, part practical effective tips, tools and actions in your life, part exquisite connection to the cosmos where you never contract to the same vibration again… transformation… bursting out of the cocoon… revealing your true essence like the opening of an oyster delighting in the pearl that you truly are….
Sound like you’re ready to draw the line in the sand, step up and get your train moving out of the station into the delicious mystery of what you desire… or even better? Contact my staff at admin@allanapratt.com and let’s see if you qualify for working with me and if I’m the flavor of coach you’re looking for. Can’t wait to connect, so much is possible! Bring it!Great love,

Allana

Intimate Conversations with Dana Wilde

Dana Wilde totally rocks! I adore this woman… You can’t help but be happier around her because she just OOZES positivity.  Dana is all about mindset and why we get the results that we get in live. She believes that our thoughts are directly related to the results that we receive.

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Intimate Conversations – Highlights with Amanda Moxley

Amanda Moxley is so inspiring about the ease at which money can be made when you’re aligned with the principles she teaches. AND we can life the lifestyle we choose. I’ve realized that it’s all about asking, “What else is possible?” “How CAN I have this?” You just have to claim it. Create it. DO it! Or, as Amanda says, “Just F*in DO it! She says that making money is as easy as a smoothie. How does it get any more delicious than that?

She has a fantastic product, “End Yo Money Drama” and you can check it out right HERE.

You HAVE to listen to this interview if you’re ready to shift this area of your life. Listen to the replay at Intimate Conversations Live and make sure you check out Amanda’s bio below!

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