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About Mary Brown

Mary Brown is a Core Alignment Specialist, the founder of Etched In Your Heart, and a mom and grandmother. Her own powerful coaching journey began from a state of unacceptance in herself and ignited a passion to show up for others with an understanding heart and the ability to feel what others feel. She knows how essential it is to be YOU, and therefore how essential it is to share the work she does.

Mary empowers others to embrace their self-worth from an honoring place where she recognizes the present, acknowledges beliefs of the past, and connects individuals to navigate through living into the future.

Mary’s experience and understanding is that more can be created when your mind, body and heart are aligned. EVERY HEART RISE UP to let your light shine!

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Recent Blog Posts

Dream to Be You

What if you are who you dream about being? So, who are you dreaming to be? As a little girl, my dream was to be a teacher. I would stand at my child-size chalkboard teaching imaginary children. I would spend hours writing math problems, correcting grammar and spelling...

Out On That Limb

An opportunity comes knocking. That opportunity sounds like something that might be of value to you. You visualize how that opportunity might play out. And then … it’s gone. How many opportunities have passed you by or that you have let pass by? During those moments,...

Decisions, Decisions

The million-dollar question is, “What would I have done differently?” How many of you have made decisions only to question those decisions later? I would venture to say that we are all in the same boat. Those decisions were probably made in one of two...

Testimonals

Dr. Diana Toler Doctor of Chiropractic Family Care Chiropractic Center

I started coaching with Mary just to get a taste of what her coaching style was all about. While I expected a benefit to coaching, I didn’t expect for coaching to help me change my perspective so much! I wanted to create more balance between my personal life and my business. What I learned was that I wasn’t giving myself permission to have “me” time. I felt guilty if things were neglected at work, I felt guilty if I neglected my family, and in between that, I was ignoring my own needs...”

Trey

I started coaching with Mary in February 2015, and it has been quite the journey, I must admit. At first, I was skeptical, my mother recommended her to me during a rough stretch in my life to help me get back on track. Honestly, I first told my mother I would try it out to just get her off my back and stop bugging me about it. As I continued my sessions I realized what my mom was talking about...”

A Mom Helping Hand Me Downs

“Mary, your session not only left us all with great tools to help achieve balance in the midst of life’s demands, it gave us permission to recognize the essence of our value and to celebrate it. 🙂 🙂
You are a great illustration of inspired living. Continue to live fearlessly and be a light for others. I believe that even greater things are in store for you and your mission of helping to uplift others.”

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Mary’s Story

Today, as a mother of three, a grandmother of eight, a sister, a daughter and caregiver of my 94-year-young dad, and a business owner, I stand in a much different “State of Being” from where I began. Looking back over my life I am amazed at where I am today, and the differences I see, as I stand in worthiness. You need to understand that most of my life I stood in “Unacceptance.” I was a skinny, large-nosed, buck-toothed little girl with glasses. Unacceptance came in abundance from childhood friends who came and went, sibling rivalry, and a feeling of not being smart enough…