Making a mark in the world with leadership, dignity, purpose, service, team, social responsibility, awareness, connection, excellence, making a difference together…
Michelle Jeovanny Lopez, CEO of Dignity Universal and Dignity University and Certified Transformational Trainer, Life Coach, Program Designer and film writer, visionary and innovator, joins Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.
Discovering spirituality and identity, emulating parental patterns, discovering purpose
Jeovanny Lopez reveals her spiritual experience growing up, speaking to extraterrestrials, realizing there’s more to the world, everyone is chosen but not everyone chooses, being in business of awakening herself, how we are all an extension of each other, how the spiritual foundation is everything, praying for death at a young age, hearing a voice that she’s not alone and hearing that voice again, and having out of body experience. Starting to run away as a girl, running away to NYC at age 17 with only a fanny pack, having a sense of a presence that she wasn’t alone, getting into college and telling no one of her experiences, and how spirituality took a back seat in college. She didn’t want to graduate so she did triple major, got a job in stock exchange but was miserable, then lost job and began to feel again a presence and sense of purpose.
Gifts vs. magic, three companies, and focusing on the good
She discusses how prayer sets in motion a turn of events, how we resist them but they are meant to happen. What are gifts, what is magic, reverse engineering success and visiting patterns that kept them in cycle. How Jeovanny Lopez founded three companies: Dignity University (empowering youth to thrive, use their voices, see themselves as the solution), Acid Love (raising funds to support women victims of acid attacks) and a coaching practice, to incubate space to create a year from inside out. How a mentor helped Jeovanny Lopez narrow down what angered her around the world is seeing people not living to their potential, since she has intuition on people’s potential. How we tend to focus on the bad, because of the way our brains are wired. The importance to focus more on good things.
Manufacturing meaning, intention and free will, and The God Particle
How experiences as woman and Latina shaped her, how acknowledging boundaries and values create a space where we can have mistakes and learn from them, realizing we are adding meaning to situations and then allow that meaning to run our day, then all these illusions and stories have won our day. The value of seeing people anew every day, approaching people with curiosity and interest instead of them showing up with who you say you are, when we become victims to circumstances, we forfeit power to transform them. The importance of intention, free will, how whatever you agree is true, principles will show in your reality, starting the day out with right intent, surrendering to the day, being the vessel and a channel. Plus, The God Particle.