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Emily Maroutian

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Emily Maroutian is an Armenian-American writer, poet, speaker, and philosopher. In 2009, she formed Maroutian Entertainment, a multimedia company that produces empowering material in the form of books, courses, movies, and TV shows.

She has been studying philosophy and personal development for more than a decade and combines her experiences from both fields in her works. She has written several books, including her 2015 metaphysical release, The Energy of Emotions, which became an Amazon.com bestseller.

She has a notable ability of simplifying complicated philosophical concepts and turning them into useful resources for self-development. The focus of her work is to reframe common understandings to encourage personal transformation. Her phil
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Emily Maroutian The life is a game philosophy is meant to encourage us to stay curious, open, and playful, and to remind us not to lose our child-like view of the…moreThe life is a game philosophy is meant to encourage us to stay curious, open, and playful, and to remind us not to lose our child-like view of the world. A child is curious and wants to explore their environment; they want to discover new things that are different than what they're used to. Adults, on the other hand, fear their environment and wage war against anything that is different than what they're used to.

A child wants to play; an adult forces themselves into work they can't enjoy. A child looks for things that interests them and then narrows their focus strictly on what feels positive; adults read the news and place themselves in a negative state of mind and feeling. A child is always looking for the good in everything they see; an adult is always looking for the next danger to protect himself against.

To a child, life is a game meant to be played every day; to an adult, life is about survival. And because of this, the child understands the meaning of life better than the adult.(less)
Emily Maroutian By not calling them blocks. I consider them breaks instead. Call it a writer's break because that's really what it is. The energy/inspiration can't…moreBy not calling them blocks. I consider them breaks instead. Call it a writer's break because that's really what it is. The energy/inspiration can't flow all the time. Sometimes it needs a break. When this happens, I don't judge it, shame it, make it personal, or define it in any other way. Once you do that, it's sure to continue and you're sure to suffer from it. If it comes, I write. If it doesn't, I do something else until it comes. I've been doing this for years and it's become my norm. I don't even think about. I don't call it a block. I just naturally move onto another activity until it flows again. (less)
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The Energy of Emotions: The...

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The Process of I: An Explor...

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The Empowered Self: Over 10...

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Thirty: A Collection of Per...

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Moving Pieces: Book I: Shadows

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“Energy is the currency of the universe. When you “pay” attention to something, you buy that experience. So when you allow your consciousness to focus on someone or something that annoys you, you feed it your energy, and it reciprocates with the experience of being annoyed. Be selective in your focus because your attention feeds the energy of it and keeps it alive, not just within you, but in the collective consciousness as well.”
Emily Maroutian, Thirty: A Collection of Personal Quotes, Advice, and Lessons

“What people think about you has more to do with their habitual thinking than with who you really are. You, as you are right now, are filtered through decades of their life experiences, traumas, disappointments, heartaches, and suffering. It is a reflection of their patterns of thought and stories about life. Their judgment has nothing to do with you as a whole because the experience of you cannot be separated from their experience of life.”
Emily Maroutian, Thirty: A Collection of Personal Quotes, Advice, and Lessons

“Energy is the currency of the universe. When you 'pay' attention to something, you buy that experience.”
Emily Maroutian, The Energy of Emotions: The 10 Emotional Environments and How They Shape the World Around Us

“Energy is the currency of the universe. When you 'pay' attention to something, you buy that experience.”
Emily Maroutian, The Energy of Emotions: The 10 Emotional Environments and How They Shape the World Around Us

“What people think about you has more to do with their habitual thinking than with who you really are. You, as you are right now, are filtered through decades of their life experiences, traumas, disappointments, heartaches, and suffering. It is a reflection of their patterns of thought and stories about life. Their judgment has nothing to do with you as a whole because the experience of you cannot be separated from their experience of life.”
Emily Maroutian, Thirty: A Collection of Personal Quotes, Advice, and Lessons

“Nothing from the past can still exist unless we drag it into the present moment through our minds. Holding onto past pain creates present pain. Holding onto old fears creates new fears. Holding onto former injuries caused by others is an act of current self-injury. What’s done is gone. The only way it can live within us again is through our willingness to revive it in this moment.”
Emily Maroutian, Thirty: A Collection of Personal Quotes, Advice, and Lessons

“If you want to know where to find your contribution to the world, look at your wounds. When you learn how to heal them, teach others.”
Emily Maroutian, Thirty: A Collection of Personal Quotes, Advice, and Lessons

“Pain might make you stronger or smarter for the next time around, but learning to heal that pain makes you wiser for the rest of your life.”
Emily Maroutian, Thirty: A Collection of Personal Quotes, Advice, and Lessons

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