It’s Wednesday!

Before you know it, the weekend will be here, and so will June! And summer is comin’!

I want you to be happy this summer. Not just happy for those around you, but happy because you are doing what you love. That’s what this week’s Power & Purpose video are all about.

Before I get into this week’s coaching video, I wanted to let you know that my last Unstuck tour date is in Denver on June 4th. Tickets are going fast. Wanna come see me live for just $49?

>Click here to RSVP.

The Unstuck Seminar is a 4 hour deep dive into your Soul that will be a jumpstart to getting you back on track. You don’t want to miss this.

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Can we be real?

Do you ever get down on yourself? And by down on yourself I mean… you say things to yourself that you would never say to your worst enemy.

I know I have. Sometimes, I can be the person who is the meanest to me. 

We can think that the critics of the world have mean stuff to say – but I think it’s the inner critic that says to worst stuff about us.

Why? It’s a defense mechanism. It’s a story we tell ourselves to prevent our greatness and our purpose. Our inner critic keeps us in jobs we hate, relationships that are toxic and earning less income that our potential.

Many times it’s not the world “out there” that stops us, but the world “in here” – that inner self talk can crush your dreams, stop your purpose and make you withdrawal into a smaller version of your life than you intended.

But, there’s a way out. 

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Happy, Happy Friday!

Are you going through Divine Storm?

A Divine wha?

A Divine Storm, as I call them, are moments in your life when you feel like life/The Divine/The Universe is against you. Nothing is going well.

You question everything and maybe even say something like “Why is this happening to me?”

What I’ve come to find, is that moments like this are powerful opportunities to grow. Divine Storms are wake up calls. They are not ushering in the end, but rather clearing space for what’s trying to be born in your life.

But – we tend to interrupt the process. We hang on to how it was and fear how it could be. And perhaps we slip into assuming the worst, instead of preparing for a miracle.

You see, when you go through a crisis, a hard time, a moment of pain – there is always, and I do mean always, a breakthrough on the other side.

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Can we have an honest conversation today about something that might make you uncomfortable? The best transformation comes from uncomfortable topics. And diving deep.

I don’t like to mess around. I’m blunt. And I’m a fierce supporter of your dreams. Let’s get a little uncomfortable today so that you can grow and really start kicking ass in your purpose.

Cool? Cool.

So let’s talk about money. And you getting more of it in exchange for your talents and gifts.

Do you feel a calling to impact the lives of others? Maybe you don’t know exactly what it is, or maybe you have an idea – but you aren’t quite sure how to line up the money part.

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Sooooooo!

First, I want to thank you for playing full out over the last month. It’s been AWESOME bringing you the Claim Your Power program! We blew through our expectations and goals for the program, and I can’t wait for it to start next week!

I’m on cloud nine today and loving you so much!!

Today – I wanna talk to you about how to build soul relationships.

AND – I’m happy to announce that my weekly coaching video series has a new name – Power & Purpose.

It’ll be weekly coaching videos and soon a brand new podcast – so that you can get all my training to bring your purpose to life in that format too!

More Mastin = a better life.

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One of the most important things we can do in life is give. Giving is where it’s at. Contribution, service and helping others is a powerful spiritual principle that when applied can change lives and make the world a better place.

My life has been directly impacted by the charity of others.

I was touched by my friend and mentor Tony Robbins when he gifted me with being able to attend both his UPW and Date with Destiny seminars. These babies were a major investment – and even though I knew that they were totally worth the money, at the time the reality was, I just didn’t have it. Tony saw the potential in me to add value to the world, and so he let me come on a scholarship.

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Sleep is something we have a hard time understanding. 

Do we brag about how little we get? Or, do we give ourselves the needed rest and feel guilty?

Today, in my interview with Arianna Huffington, we dive deep into why you need sleep to power your purpose and how much sleep you should be getting. 

BOTTOM LINE: Sleep is vital if you want to live your purpose. 

I made getting 8-9 hours of sleep a night a MUST in my life back in November and my life has changed in so many ways. More energy. Weight loss. More focus. Clarity. And – I can crush my purpose each day. 

This was hard to do, but worth it. I had to set boundaries and get much better with my time management. 

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Have you considered that expansion and growth feel scary?

So many times I get asked how to “get rid” of fear or how to not feel a negative feeling. And I give the same answer…

If we aren’t afraid most of the time, we aren’t growing.

There’s this idea that a lot of folks believe; I’m not sure where it came from, but I’m pretty mystified by it. The idea is that somehow being on a “spiritual” path will banish all fear and negative emotions from a person’s life.

Guess what… it’s BS.

If you are living a “spiritual” life, you are probably going to come up against more fears than someone who is just coasting.

If you are living life on The Path – you are going to become more sensitive to the emotions you feel, not less.

Somewhere out there it’s as if there’s this promise being made that if you go on The Path, you are doing it right if you are only feeling happy all the time, never feel scared and can turn off negative emotions like a light bulb.

This is not what having a human experience is all about. On the contrary! If we are on The Path, we are inviting fear to come – because we are stepping outside our comfort zone!

We are inviting our emotions to rise, because we are clearing away all the things that prevent us from feeling them.

This is the path of the spiritual warrior – to be courageous enough to feel fear and keep going! To not cut themselves off from feeling however they feel – and know that there is nothing wrong with them for feeling a down emotion! This is what it means to be a human being!

It’s a ride, man! If all you were was some annoying positive robot – life would suck. Like Bren Brown has said, “When you numb your pain, you numb your joy” – being human, being open, being alive means being ready to experience it all.

And as we do, instead of trying to always “be positive” and beat ourselves up when we don’t achieve that impossible goal, we accept that life is a series of ups and downs – and while it’s true that we can’t always control life, we can give what happens an empowering meaning.

And by doing that, we start to take our power back.

And we also begin to see that it is by facing our fears that we grow. Growth, by definition, means we are constantly expanding beyond our comfort zone. And when we expand beyond our comfort zone – the natural experience is FEAR!

This doesn’t make you wrong or un-spiritual, it makes you human, and it’s totally normal!

Can you allow yourself to feel the way you feel without judging it as wrong or un-spiritual?

Self-acceptance is the first major step in transformation.

Without self-acceptance, no amount of reading blogs or doing therapy or life coaching, or yoga or any other modality will work. Without self-acceptance, all those things – including this blog – are just spiritual entertainment.

So! How can you accept yourself, even more, today?

Take action: Leave a comment below and let me know – what parts of yourself are you not accepting? How can you take the knowledge that you have about improving your life and turn it into a tangible next action step?

Remember to get out there, take action & make it real!

Talk soon,

Mastin

P.S. Find your purpose in Maui with me this August. Join me for my only US “Enter the Heart” retreat. Click here to apply. 


I worked with a client once who was a writer and asked me why she wasn’t living her dream even though she was taking all the steps.

After a little bit of questioning, I finally found out that she hadn’t written anything of her own for over three months.

And if we take a step back, just a few moments ago she told me in the most convincing way that she was “taking all the right steps.”

As a writer, I can tell you that if you aren’t writing every day, you’re not dedicated to your craft.

It’s something that must happen every day.

One of the best books on this topic of “The War of Art”.

The author, Steven Pressfield – show us how to battle with an inner critic known as “Resistance.” It’s a brilliant book and one that helped me become a writer.

The basic idea is this…

There are two types of creative people.

Amateurs and pros.

Amateurs create when they feel like it, let resistance get them down and come up with all kinds of excuses about why they can’t create.

Pros, on the other hand, create every day, no matter how they are feeling. They are in a conscious effort to rise above resistance and are determined to conquer this force that holds us back.

So, when I was talking to my client, it was clear to me that even though she thought she was doing all the right things, she was violating the rules of being a pro and this was a major contribution to why she was not where she wanted to be in her writing career.

There’s this idea that we can only write when inspiration falls and that a moment will magically come when it all falls into place.

And that line of thinking is perhaps the greatest dream killers of them all.

Living your dreams is earned every single day as we conquer resistance and overcome fear. We have to earn it.

But the first step is showing up every day no matter what for your dream – even if it’s for only an hour or half hour a day.

Over time, you will put a lot of effort that will slowly start to pay off!

So, in your life – where are you being an amateur and not a pro?

Where are you letting resistance get the best of you?

And what new schedule and covenant do you need to make for yourself so that you are showing up for your dreams every day?

TAKE ACTION: Leave a comment below and let me know.

Here’s to being PRO!

Remember to get out there, take action and make it real.

Mastin

P.S. Find your purpose with me in Maui at my only US Enter the Heart Retreat of 2016. Apply here. 

 


I worked with a client once who was a writer and asked me why she wasn’t living her dream even though she was taking all the steps.

After a little bit of questioning, I finally found out that she hadn’t written anything of her own for over three months.

And if we take a step back, just a few moments ago she told me in the most convincing way that she was “taking all the right steps.”  

As a writer, I can tell you that if you aren’t writing every day, you’re not dedicated to your craft.

It’s something that must happen every day.

One of the best books on this topic of “The War of Art”.

The author, Steven Pressfield – show us how to battle with an inner critic known as “Resistance.” It’s a brilliant book and one that helped me become a writer.

The basic idea is this…

There are two types of creative people.

Amateurs and pros.

Amateurs create when they feel like it, let resistance get them down and come up with all kinds of excuses about why they can’t create.

Pros, on the other hand, create every day, no matter how they are feeling. They are in a conscious effort to rise above resistance and are determined to conquer this force that holds us back.

So, when I was talking to my client, it was clear to me that even though she thought she was doing all the right things, she was violating the rules of being a pro and this was a major contribution to why she was not where she wanted to be in her writing career.

There’s this idea that we can only write when inspiration falls and that a moment will magically come when it all falls into place.

And that line of thinking is perhaps the greatest dream killers of them all.

Living your dreams is earned every single day as we conquer resistance and overcome fear. We have to earn it.

But the first step is showing up every day no matter what for your dream – even if it’s for only an hour or half hour a day.

Over time, you will put a lot of effort that will slowly start to pay off!

So, in your life – where are you being an amateur and not a pro?

Where are you letting resistance get the best of you?

And what new schedule and covenant do you need to make for yourself so that you are showing up for your dreams every day?

TAKE ACTION: Leave a comment below and let me know.

Here’s to being PRO!

Remember to get out there, take action and make it real.

Mastin

P.S. Find your purpose with me in Maui at my only US Enter the Heart Retreat of 2016. Apply here.