097 GRETA SESHETA: “The Power of Belief”

Glowing. Powerful. Dynamic. Greta Sesheta is a Hollywood actress, educator and an ordained minister who must be composed and focused for appearing on-camera, in the classroom, and on the pulpit. Today on BOLD, she answers a challenging question posed by many fed up with religion and righteous judgment: “Is ‘prayer’ a dirty word?”

“A lot of people have a problem with that word,” she says. “There is so much misinformation attached to it. But each of us is created out of goodness. There’s nothing holding you back but the power of your own thoughts.”

Graceful and inspiring, Rev. Greta’s been-there advice on living a fulfilled life helps countless listeners and followers achieve dominion over their own lives. “At my lowest,” LeGrande reveals, “I was making six dollars an hour in a department store after making six-figures a year in entertainment.” Rev. Greta uses his personal story as a powerful parable for teaching gratitude: “The most powerful prayer anyone can say is “Thank you.”

Through her writings and workshops, consulting and coaching, Rev. Greta empowers individuals to go from ‘woe is me’ to ‘my life is good.’ She is a minister at Agape International Spiritual Center in Los Angeles. Her website is www.revgreta.com. Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com.

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Posted on March 8, 2015 in Episodes

Response (1)

  1. Ann
    April 2, 2015 at 12:40 am ·

    I quit believing in religion and focus on the teachings of Jesus Christ. I walk by faith not fear because of being able to take my cares to my Lord. There is a saying that prayer moves the hands of God. How awesome is that? I have witnessed some amazing things because of prayer. People who don’t believe are at a loss.

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