More Moss to the People


"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate" ...

Season 2, Ep. 10

Title of Episode: “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate”...  

Summary of Podcast:

Åsa reads one of her favourite Marianne Williamson passages out of the book, ‘A Return to Love’ and discusses how it brings her back to a moment in time when she shunned her own light and self abandoned in order to ‘give’ the light to another person who required it more. Or so she thought.

But what if there is enough light for us ALL? 

There is … there all-ways is.

Host contact Information:

Instagram: AsaNilssonSweden

YouTube: @AsaNilsson



  1. Denise Duffield-Thomas gave me a reminder of always introducing yourself any time you start a video or a recording. Thanks for the tip, Denise! 
  2. Passage from Marianne Williamson’s book.
  3. Habits, routines, grooves on the road. Hard to change the track but not impossible.
  4. “Big doors swing on small hinges”, Bianca Gignac.
  5. Collaborative work, I am looking for beautiful collaborative work.  
  6. I also want to earn money. Isn’t that gross? NOOOOO, it’s not!
  7. "God’s rejection is your protection".
  8. Pay attention to what you’ve learned during times where you felt disheartened or inconsistent. Everything leads to this moment.
  9. I am looking for a benefactor for 20, 000 USD by June 1st. Getting clear with the Universe.
  10. Money makes me feel safe. 
  11. Carpe Punctum, seize the moment. 
  12. The Universe is shifting, changing, balancing out our lives. Reconnect with each other.
  13. I am safe in myself and who I am. I have always had enough and I always will. Our purpose is to love ourselves and one another.That’s it. 

Mentioned in this episode:

Contact Information for Komeil Asli, Podcast Production Manager:

Komeil Asli Freelance Web Designer + Developer. 

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