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Does Perseverance lead to Success?
Rev. Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT -- Healing and Spiritual Growth Rev. Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT -- Healing and Spiritual Growth
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Dateline: Edgewood, WA
Wednesday, November 11, 2020




Perseverance was not a word originally in my vocabulary.  Growing up I was given all the chores to be done or else! I diligently completed the tasks to not be punished.  If there were a spare moment for me, my mother would say, "I have another job for you, now that one is done."  This left little time to play with the neighborhood kids.

 In college, like earlier, the work had to be done. When the students went to the beach, I would remain doing my schoolwork. This diligence paid off as I graduated with honours.  Those that had fun instead of sticking to the books were not in my graduating class. I did not see myself as deprived; my plan was to finish college.

 Another way I learned conscientiousness during my teen years was daily practicing on my flute to make sure I was ready for my next lesson or performance.  This was not a problem as it did get me out of chores, sometimes.  It paid off handsomely, as I won a music scholarship for college. Furthermore, in my junior year, I won the right to solo with a symphony. 

 I quickly learned each new challenge. When it came to owning a business with my husband, I was able to keep doing the work necessary to have the printing ready for the customer the next day.  At times it was difficult to stay late at night to complete the work, with the children sleeping in the back of the station wagon before I could go home.

 The next morning we were out the door with all the meals done for the day and getting to the print shop on time. Arriving one morning, being so tired, I doubted I would make it through the day.  Thank goodness, I got a second wind that lasted all summer, before I had to return to my teaching job in the fall. I told myself, that all this effort better pay off later in life and it did handsomely.  Upon retiring, I did reap the financial benefits of all the work.

 Later, I left teaching for health reasons and was now on my own.  Writing became my next venture.  I wrote mornings until lunch, returning to writing until evening, for years. I used the first draft for a college class I taught, the second draft to match current book trends, and the last version was from the advice of my mentor.  

 For twenty-five years, I had a sense of being driven.  Interruptions and a few vacations did stop my progress. Sometimes I took the book to work on while the others went sightseeing.  I celebrated the publication of "Paradigm Busters, Reveal the Real You" now available at Amazon.  I did workshops to introduce my book and many You Tubes to promote it.  

I move on to the next project; I just do the next right thing in front of me.  Doing each new task appearing without judgment has paid off for me. I do not judge it as hard, or easy; I just "do it", as the Nike slogan says. I learned that judgment stops progress.

With this attitude  I produced ten books. Some are now internationally distributed to prisons, and used as a study book. I have produced and hosted two radio shows. As a counselor, hypnotherapist, speaker, teacher, medium, and artist, I never have a dull moment. My many articles and monthly columns reveal how I achieved a conscious oneness healing my traumatic life.

My work has been recognized worldwide and in the United States for the information, help, and tools to provide for growth beyond disease and difficulties into health and well-being. Perseverance has brought me a rich and full life.



Rev. Marilyn Redmond, BA, CHT, IBRT can help you find health, happiness and prosperity, too. She is a spiritual counselor, internationally board-certified regressionist, hypnotist, teacher, speaker, and medium. In addition, she gives readings and is an ordained minister for spiritual healing. Marilyn’s 10 books at Amazon and on line at Barnes and Nobel, and many articles reveal how she achieved a consciousness of oneness in healing her traumatic life of mental illness, addictions, PTSD, domestic violence, depression, and more. Read her monthly column on https://www.thesussexnewspaper.com  Check her website, https://www.angelicasgifts.com /her 175 videos on You Tube at https://www.youtube.com/user/puyallup98372, and her blog at http://marilynredmondbooks.blogspot.com./ 

Contact her at marilyn@angelicasgifts.com

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