Made of Love Book Author Interview: Kim Louise Morrison

“My biggest struggle has always been getting out of my own way, judging myself, holding myself back thinking I’m not good enough … and really it boils down to self love and letting go of self-judgment. If you want something in life just go after it. Get out of your own way and find whatever works for you … and treat yourself as if you were your own best friend.”

We are excited to announce… Releasing 2/2/22…We Are All Made of Love

A collaboration book with 19 inspiring, brave authors sharing stories of connection, synchronicities, spirituality, challenges and triumphs, tributes to special people and animals, and more…

A vulnerable & heartfelt collection that will help restore your faith in humanity and remind you of the true reason we are all here, transcending all odds through love, connected as one with each other…made of love 💗💫

Join me in celebrating our true nature with these incredible authors. We know it will be as special for you reading it, as it has been for us to create it. Stay tuned for our author interviews and more that we are preparing to share with you! 💫📚

We can’t wait to share this book with you 💗 tinyurl.com/MadeofLoveBook

Kim Louise Morrison is a #1 international bestselling author, an intuitive empowerment coach, and a practitioner of several energetic healing modalities including Reiki, IET and various energy processes of Access Consciousness®. She has an active coaching, healing and speaking business.

Kim currently lives in London, Ontario Canada. As an empowerment coach and recovered “supreme self-judger”, Kim understands the self-confidence struggle. It’s her business and her passion to guide people to release the self-judgement that stops them from thriving and embrace dynamic self-empowerment, so they have both the confidence and tools to go after and achieve their dreams.

Website: kimlouisemorrison.com Facebook: facebook.com/kimlouisemorrison/

Pieces: Love Yourself Like There’s No Tomorrow, When I Open My Heart to Love

“My biggest struggle has always been getting out of my own way, judging myself, holding myself back thinking I’m not good enough … and really it boils down to self love and letting go of self-judgment. If you want something in life just go after it. Get out of your own way and find whatever works for you … and treat yourself as if you were your own best friend.”

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