“Whether we identify ourselves as an artist or not, we all are. We are the artists of our lives!” – Jen Mazer
Jen Mazer is the Queen of Manifestation. She’s always been able to dream up outrageous adventures and actually live them out—from rubbing elbows at a small private cocktail party hosted by Martin Scorsese, to living rent-free in the East Village of Manhattan for 10 years, to paying off over $38,000 of debt in less than a year, having her artwork published in the New York Times, traveling the world, meeting the man of her dreams (a successful rock star), giving birth at home to a beautiful daughter, and starting a green school in Africa. Jen is a sought-after transformational speaker and coach. She teaches people how to manifest their biggest dreams while making an impact on the world. She is known for her signature Manifestation Masters Program and Private Success Coaching. She’s the author of Manifesting Made Easy and Co-Founder of the board game Sparked.
“Imagination is the closest way you can tap into your intuition.”
– Jen Mazer
Jen looks at life through the lens of play – not so attached and not so serious. She shares to us that one has to trust the vision, and that we should step into it, even if we think we are not ready. After all, we wouldn’t have the dream if we weren’t ready. Jen also shares that we should allow gratitude to move through us so that we don’t get stuck in our lives.
In this episode, Jen shares how she got the nickname, Queen of Manifestation. According to her, manifestation is something that we are all doing, whether we notice it or not. The more aware we are, the better we can apply it to our lives and the easier we know what we want. In imagining, we are actually receiving the dreams that we have. She also shares in this episode how she keeps herself tuned in and she explains that there is so much more than what we are seeing in this physical plane. She reminds us to not be afraid in sharing our dreams as this also gives opportunity for others to help by sharing our vision.
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