Nanice Ellis

As a Conscious Creation Coach since 1997, Nanice Ellis teaches mastery level manifestation. Using quantum principals, human dynamics, consciousness techniques, and real life experiences, her powerful coaching style is often referred to as the “Nanice Effect.” Bridging the gap from imagination to realization, Nanice coaches people to live their true dreams. Nanice is the author of several inspirational books including, “Is There a White Elephant in Your Way? – a comprehensive guidebook to awakening and self-empowerment” and “Seducing the Field – the masters guide for manifestation.” To find out more, please visit www.Nanice.com

The Reason Emotional Trauma Doesn’t Heal and How to Overcome It

Unhealed emotional trauma is usually not the result of a past event, nor another person’s abusive actions, but, rather, the result of what we do to ourselves on a daily basis.

The 8 Stages Of Leaving Organized Religion

Many of us were indoctrinated into organized religion before we were old enough to make our own choices, but despite years of dedication, once we begin to wake-up and question this foundation, the journey out of religion begins.

Why Do We Struggle to Heal Emotional Wounds?

From one generation to the next, we have been misinterpreting emotional pain, and, as a result, an epidemic of unhealed emotional wounds plagues humanity.

The Truth About Victimhood That Can Heal and Set You Free

The truth about victimhood cannot only heal you, but it can also set you free!

Religious Repression: How It Works and The Road To Recovery 

Recovering from religious repression is a journey from disempowerment to freedom, and it usually takes a fair amount of time — but in the end, nothing is of greater value.

Healing Past Trauma

Talking about an unhealed wound or healing from past trauma can re-activate it in your emotional, spiritual and physical bodies.

Waking Up From Religion

Have you ever thought about the possibility of waking up from religion, and how it can only prove positive for you and your loved ones?