Consultora, Escritora & 
Traductora Bilingüe, 


Bilingual Consultant, 
Writer & Translator

Marjorie Firmin

Bilingual Consultant, 
Writer & Translator 

"The hardest thing in life to learn is which bridge to cross and which to burn."

~David Russell


"A Life Coach does for the rest of your life what a personal trainer does for your health and fitness." 

~Elaine McDonald


MY AIM AS A CHRISTIAN LIFE COACH and MIND/BODY HEALING CONSULTANT IS...

  • To assist YOU toward a better understanding of the mental/spiritual causes of illness. 
  • To give YOU knew insights to find direction and balance.
  • To help YOU achieve a better life.
  • To help YOU If you find yourself in a rut and need a boost to keep your inspiration alive.
  • To help YOU resist the siren call of "business as usual." In other words, the ongoing and unchanging state of affairs despite difficulties or disturbances.
  • To help YOU develop the discipline of coaching yourself.
  • I WOULD LOVE to help YOU bring more HAPPINESS to your soul.
At the present time, I am attending THE LIFE COACHING ACADEMY, and continuing my education as a Professional Coach ICF, including Certificate IV in Life Coaching. The Life Coaching Academy is Australia's foremost Life-Coach Training organization. They help us recognize our true gifts and where those gifts ADD VALUE in the world. They have helped me master the art of connecting those gifts to my career as an Independent Consultant and writer. If we could  see ourselves with perfect objectivity, we would not need training. But we can't. We need trained eyes to help us maximize our gifts. We need real time feedback to reveal our true potential. If you would like more information about becoming a coach, you can click HERE to visit their website

Writing and Journaling: 

A Spiritual Discipline for Healing and Better Health

“You don’t put yourself in your writing, you find yourself there.”


In the movie The Lady in the Van, Alan Bennett is a writer who lives by himself. He describes himself as having two selves: One is the "living self," and the other is the "writing self."  For him this duality is a necessity since writing is "talking to oneself." Throughout the movie he has many adventures with the Lady in the Van. As a result he finds himself integrated into a whole being. For many people including me, writing is a spiritual discipline and can lead to healing and integration of our lives. For me as a Christian woman, I have found integration through a regular practice of Christian Meditation, Bible studies, and prayer.  In other words, I hang out with the Master of my heart: Jesus Christ.

I have been writing since I was a teenager. Long before I became a high school Spanish teacher, I dreamed of being a published author. Then teaching took over my life, and there was no time for writing except my lesson plans, and learning about how to implement technology in my classroom. When you teach, you realize that nothing is about you, but about your students. They become the center of your world... They become "your" children. This statement brings to mind a devoted first grade teacher I once knew who went to the doctor for her checkup. She was single and had no kids of her own, but when the doctor asked her, "Do you have children?" She answered, "Yes. I have twenty-one kids!" The astonished doctor replied, "Twenty-one kids!!! You're kidding me, right?" and she responded, "Of course not... I am a teacher!" Please click her to continue reading this message.

It Works: A Daily Practice of Meditation


According to Deepak Chopra, most people think that the purpose of meditation is to handle stress, to tune out, to get away from it all. While that's partially true, the real purpose of meditation is actually to tune in, not to get away from it all, but to get in touch with it all. Not to just de-stress, but to find that peace within, the one the Bible reveals: PEACE that surpasses all understanding. 

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