Parisha Taylor – Appreciation

In working with Parisha Taylor  I have learned about appreciation

Appreciation means “an ability to understand the worth, quality, or importance of something”. Look at everything with intent to appreciate and you see value. Appreciation is an action, it is something you may do naturally with some things but more can always be given. As you appreciate, the greatness in things become apparent, small things become sacred, you become aware of love, caring, support.

~ Lorraine


Material Success Allows you to Concentrate on Other Things with Parisha Taylor

My business coach, Parisha Taylor, is acknowledged as a very esteemed spiritual Elder by peoples on all continents. One may wonder why such a spiritual person is so engaged in teaching and coaching others to achieve wealth and financial success. She is a global humanitarian. She sees no virtue in poverty. The words of Oprah Winfrey that I came across today reflect very much the belief or philosophy I get from Parisha. “What material success does is provide you with the ability to concentrate on other things that really matter. And that is being able to make a difference, not only in your own life, but in other people’s lives.” –Oprah Winfrey

~ Ella


We Each Have Individual Value by Parisha Taylor

My Elder, Parisha Taylor, was asked about how much division there is amongst people, even among people of the same faith or race. She responded by saying that “Accepting that Creator/God loves us all equally, that we have individual value and purpose for being born here in body, and we accept proof of that in realization of our fingerprint being one of a kind, then we focus on self discovery. With intelligent intent, we each were commanded to BE, then embodiment began as circumstances were set up for our conception and birth. Finding our code is knowing what particular service each has to give. You are important enough to be sent forward and could not exist without intent. God’s intent. There is no other reason to be in body.”

~ Ella


Let Truth be Your Solid Ground with Parisha Taylor


I don’t make a deliberate effort to keep up with the news of the day, especially the crimes where people are either killed or their lives destroyed to great degrees by the evildoers. It is such an ongoing presence and part of our society. It is a blessing to make it through life without becoming a victim of some deranged person. There probably is some rhyme and reason or karmic balancing with those who acquiesce to being victims, etc. I believe it is important to live intentionally each day, and part of that intent is to strive to do no harm and not allow yourself to become someone’s victim. Instead, to strive to honor yourself and help others, be part of the force for good and strengthen that in our world. I remember my Elder, Parisha Taylor, sharing this statement, “Allow there to be much to be thankful for in your day. Touch others’ lives today in a service that will reward you and them in a good and helpful way. Harm no one and let truth be your solid ground.”

~ Yvonne


Parisha Taylor… the Truth is in the Heart

In our technology saturated world of today, people’s minds are a maze of cats. Insanity, heartbreak, and general confusion have taken residence up in our minds. Many people have no clue of who they are. Some would say we are a lost people. Parisha Taylor  is not one of those people. She would only say, look into others hearts to see who they are. Look into your own heart to find the champion within. Then you will know who you are and the powers that you have.

~ Carla


Gratitude… Parisha Taylor

“Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.” ? Brian Tracy

I give gratitude and thanksgiving for all the beauty and bountiful things that surround me daily. This enhances and assists me in moving forward in my day. Parisha Taylor  has taught me to look at each day as a new beginning, a new day, a new life.

~ Carla


Dreams… Parisha Taylor

“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”  –  Harriet Tubman

To  take on adversity can be a challenge but the dream and passion can carry one to greatness. Parisha Taylor  is one who is very passionate about all that she does. T has truly inspired me to follow my dreams.

~ Jacob