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Finding Extraordinary Abundance

Episode 106

After years of trying to work harder and faster Rita was at a breaking point. She was overwhelmed and feeling intense pressure to take care of her children, be a supportive spouse, and be a successful entrepreneur. Her business wasn’t generating the income she desired and she was becoming increasingly more distraught. Rita knew she was an intelligent person but for some reason she just couldn’t figure this one out.

Rita hired a coach and started working with him over the phone. One of the first things he asked her to do was to pause and start taking care of herself. Over the next few years she completely changed her views on abundance and worthiness and discovered how she had been blocking all the goodness she desired. Join us as Rita shares about her transformation and gives us mindset tips on how we too can create extraordinary abundance in our lives.


“When you when you feel that not enoughness, there's not enough time, there's not enough money, there's not enough love, there's not enough food, nothing is enough. There's not enough goodness... and you're coming from that place.”

- Rita Desnoyers-Garcia


About Rita Desnoyers-Garcia

Rita Desnoyers-Garcia has been helping people reach their true potential for over 30 years. She has a BA in Psychology from College of the Holy Cross and an MSSW from Columbia University. After a long career as a social worker in New York City, and while raising her family, she had a spiritual transformation. She is now a spiritual teacher, speaker, life coach, and author, comedian and musician. She is the author of  3 books: Extraordinary Abundance, Outside of the Box Love Experiments, and The Self-Compassion Project ( and the creator of The Forest Meditations.  You can find out more about Rita’s work and offerings at She lives with her husband and three children in New Jersey.

Money Mantra:

"I am open to money appearing in all forms and in all ways."

- Rita Desnoyers-Garcia


Rita chose not to dress in costume for our episode, so that gave me an opportunity to play. I chose a costume inspired by Dr. Olivia Octavius from Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse. One of my kids volunteered to make the signature glasses for me. I love how they turned out.

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