Episode 21

Nicole Majik - The Alchemy of Transformation

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April 29th, 2020

59 mins 30 secs

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Nicole Majik is someone who walks into a room and makes you think: "Who is that cool chick? I have to know her!"

In addition to being incredibly intelligent, she's also warm, soft spoken and welcoming. She brings a grounded optimism to her work in the filed of energy and helps to demystify cosmic concepts for application in our everyday lives.

With a diverse background in Biology/Chemistry, and a Masters Degree in Metaphysics, Nicole Majik has a diverse skill set to assist women to transform from where they are currently, to where they want to be, using her unique process: The Alchemy of Transformation.

"There is always something that we go through that we think is the worst thing, but if you fast forward and look back, you’ll see that this supposed negative experience helped shape you, and assist you to remove the people or situations that were not serving you." - Nicole Majik

Nicole works with leaders, entrepreneurs, and executives who feel stuck or discouraged, yet know that there is more in this world for them than their current situation has to offer, she helps them alchemize their own experiences in life into gifts they can use to assist themselves and others.

Chakra clearing, working with the auric field, and transmuting energy into its highest and best use are just some of her many gifts.

*Check out Nicoles amazing offerings on her website including her next online workshop FORK THIS, BEND THAT!

"Forkbending is more than just a “stunt”. It is about learning techniques that allow you to access the quantum field and energetically alter physical material substance. This shows how energy work can directly affect physical substance….the techniques used can be greatly effective in healing. Some have been used to move bones instantaneously into proper alignment!" She maintains a 100% success rate working with her students.

"Energy is very real and it’s very influential, so we have to be responsible for what we project on others." - Nicole Majik

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