Michaela Scherr

Michaela Scherr

Michaela is a graduate of a well known parapsychology academy in Sydney Australia, and is a highly-regarded professional within this field. Michaela is also a Transformational Coach, certified practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Spiritual Intuitive and writer who is totally committed to helping others create positive and action oriented changes to their lives. A high achiever in many areas of her life, Michaela has extensive experience through not only her varied careers but also her interests and education in the fields of spirituality, aromatherapy and massage, personal development and transformational coaching, to writing, meditation, and her all time favourite - psychometry - a form of divination by holding a piece of jewellery, car or house keys or any other object. Michaela is the author of self help e-books and articles aimed towards helping others achieve a more peaceful, spiritual and fulfilled 'real' life. Michaela has two children and a grandchild. Michaela and her family currently live in Brisbane Australia.

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Michaela Scherr Free Articles

How to use Self-Doubt as a Powerful Action Tool

One night last week after everyone had gone to bed, I sat by myself fully immersed in a self-doubt session. What if my latest e-book is a dud, what if my articles aren't up to scratch, what if I'm doing the wrong thing, what on earth made me decide to follow this path anyway (duh hello, you did...), what if, what if, and more what if? The ‘what ifs’ haunted me for quite some time that night.

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Enjoy an Australian Cultural Dining Experience

For our wedding anniversary recently I wanted to do something wildly exotic, and experience something totally different and so we did.

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Having Fun on Valentine’s Day for the Single and Dateless

If you’re, single, dateless with no mate in sight, you can still totally spoil yourself and have fun on Valentine’s Day in a number of special ways.

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A Valentine’s Day Guaranteed to go off like a Frog in a Sock

Having a pretty good idea on what women want, flowers, chocolates, and a card (yes I know some of us are still waiting…) I wondered what men wanted and so asked a group of men if they could have something they really wanted what would it be?

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How to Mastermind your Destiny through Self-Coaching

Reading how to books and self-coaching is an excellent way of getting to know yourself, quietly receiving answers you need, or resolving a secret issue you’ve been stuck on. Not only that, the only challenge will come from you and the only thing standing in the way of your personal development will be you!

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Become Fearless Doing the Doing

There are some things in life I’d much rather not be doing and this slightly tongue-in-cheek article is about one of them.

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A Valentine’s Dinner That’ll Knock His Socks Off

A few years ago I wanted to do something really special for my husband on Valentine’s Day. I didn’t want anything in return, only that the evening was fun and enjoyable, and that was how it turned out.

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5 Simple Ways to Kick Start Your Goal-Setting

It’s that time of year again where many pause and reflect on the previous year and consider what, if any, changes are needed and appropriate for the new one.

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Dare to Achieve and Discover a Daring New You

Forget Christmas, the New Year is fast approaching and with it comes another 12 months of doing what you’ve always done. Now I’m not sure about you but I know that next year will be different for me.

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Change Your Mind and Live Life

Ever felt the pain of personal growth and wondered when it was all going to get back to normal? I have, as a matter of fact every time I step out of my comfort zone.

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Simple Ways to Have Happy Experiences

It’s the dream of many to live happy and contented lives. The truth is that life happens and with the good comes the not so good. Some become skilled at getting into the zone and ride the wave of life learning from each wave that washes over them. Others live life with a ‘que sera sera’ (whatever will be, will be) accepting kind of attitude. Then there are those who find themselves in the dark place and need a little guidance to again see the light.

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Some True Blue Aussie Christmas Traditions

Weather temperatures around the world during the Christmas holiday break varies dramatically. Here in Queensland Australia it's hot and humid as we prepare to welcome back that jolly big guy in the red woolly suit, except here he's in boardshorts, hat and sunscreen.

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Become Comfortable with the Uncomfortable

I’m continually learning something new and whilst I love it (particularly if it involves reading and research) actually getting down to the ‘doing’ bit has produced some interesting and uncomfortable feelings on the odd occasion. It’s the feeling of physical discomfort, not to mention a little frustration, tears, ranting and/or raving.

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5 Easy Ways to Lift the Spirit

I tried the conventional way for many years and found that nothing ever really changed for me. I still got sick, still got sad, and was still unhappy for long periods, rarely experiencing joy and peacefulness.

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Telling a Child They Have ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder)

Recently my husband and I decided it was time to tell our son he had ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder). The reason for this was because he’s more mature (just turned 13 years old) and very soon he’ll be starting high school. We felt it better to come from us than through someone else.

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