Miki Spies


Miki Spies is a Spiritual Care Giver, a life coach with a spiritual bent. She is the author of, Fashion A Fairytale, An Inspired Methodology For Manifesting Fantasies. Miki makes house calls to women, teaching them esoteric knowledge and instructing them on the art of manifestation.

Miki is an inspirational speaker, urging teams to tap into their collective power. She challengs them to recognize their full potential as creators of their universe. She has two children; her daughter Sydney, whom is also her business partner and her son Steele. Miki was born and raised in Durango, Colorado. She has lived in six of The States and currently resides in a village in Holland. You may contact Miki at SpiesGirls.com.

Smashwords Interview

You believe we manifest our reality?
No question we do. What we think about dictates our emotions. Those emotions become the incubator for your life. Chose your thoughts wisely. Its kind of like picking out your clothes. Do you want to wear those baggy dirty sweatpants that depress the hell out of you or that outfit that makes you feel sexy? You get to choose.
What would you tell your 16 year old self if you could talk to her?
Love everything that you are, you are perfect. What you see as your weaknesses are also your strengths, learn to thrive in that knowledge. Dedicate yourself to yourself. Do not be afraid of your passion. Lead.
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Fashion A Fairytale
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 9,110. Language: English. Published: October 28, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / Success
You are magical. Science has proven that our thoughts, emotions and intentions influence the unseen realm. You have supernatural powers that you must learn to wield if you want to thrive. Fashion A Fairytale will help you realize your fantasies. You will manifest your hearts desires.You will walk in an empowered state. This book series will teach you how to become a manifesting queen.

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