Marianne Williamson: Love, Fear and Miracles


“Personal transformation can and does have global effects.”

Last year Marianne Williamson joined the Wake Up Project for an Australian Tour. During Marianne’s visit, I had the honour of sitting down with her to ask her about the “how” and “why” of her work.

Sitting down with Marianne reminds me of what’s most important in life. We discussed the power of love, how to deal with fear – and how forgiveness is one of our most important contributions to the world. Finally, we spoke about the importance of living in the moment and how miracles are expressions of love.

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Marianne Williamson has written four #1 New York Times Bestsellers and her teachings have influenced millions around the world. Newsweek magazine named Marianne as one of the “50 most influential baby boomers” and she has been a popular speaker at Google and regularly appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live and Good Morning America.

In 2014, Marianne ran for US Congress in an attempt to start a bold new conversation in politics. She is the founder of Project Angel Food that serves over 1,000 meals per day for people suffering with AIDS in Los Angeles. Marianne co-founded the Peace Alliance and sits on the board of RESULTS that works to end hunger and poverty throughout the world.

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Jono Fisher hosts inspiring conversations with remarkable people. The highs, the lows and what fuels a kind and courageous life.

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