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Women In Wellness: Nina Masic On The Five Lifestyle Tweaks That Will Help Support People’s Journey Towards Better Wellbeing

An Interview With Candice Georgiadis

…Be grateful. I have noticed when I am smiling for no particular reason I turn heads, people want to have what I am having. I feel light like a feather. I am so happy and in the flow, everything I do takes no effort at all.

As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Nina Masic.

Nina Masic is an Intuitive Healer. She decided a decade ago to end her corporate career and focus on her innate ability of Intuitive Healing. Her healing career started part-time, to help people heal, which soon gave her insight to expand her practice and add intuitive coaching. She has also added her coaching skills to help people make healthy changes in their lives, by removing mental blocks, which often than not lead to new opportunities they didn’t know even existed. Which she refers to as removing Blocks to Abundance. Though she is multifaceted in her ability in bringing people to change, she stays true to her innate gifts of Intuitive Healing.

Thank you so much for joining us in this interview series! Our readers would love to “get to know you” better. Can you share your “backstory” with us?

I consider my childhood adventurous, because of my parents, who still love to travel. Perhaps similar to the Indiana Jones, we traveled in a time when travel wasn’t on the bucket list of everyone, especially in my whole family in the 70ties. I remember sharing stories and people were in oh and ah, but that gave me more of a world separate from others because they didn’t have a frame of reference, and I often felt alone even though I had an older sibling. I think early on I have created a strong bond with my Intuitive Self, which I see referred to by successful people the imagination, early on that only grew through the years and grew stronger. There were times of course in my late teens that carried through the mid-twenties that I wanted to fit in and leave my intuition behind. The cultivated bond never could be broken, because when I started to pay attention and share my intuitive healing again my life gained more flow.

After college, I got a degree in Risk Management, set out to change the world, and had a wonderful career to boot, up to a decade ago when I decided to take a break- an early retirement. The career had given me a lot of understanding of forks in the road and the choices we make, but it somehow felt I was barely hanging on, or I had to force myself to belong. One time in an elevator going to work I overheard a representative, who had an appointment with my firm, talking to his colleague: “We are late by 15 min you know we will tell them an excuse which works every time”. I remember thinking is this what my degree has brought me, pushing and pulling to get through life. I promised myself the first chance I got, I would leave that part of my life and focus on what brings me joy and abundance. It didn’t take long before I took my chance, and never regretted it.

Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you started your career? What were the main lessons or takeaways from that story?

I was going to say not sharing with others what I was going to do, but this story is even greater. Aside from having clients all over the world, the most fascinating that I learned is the glass ceiling. We all are conditioned to be there because we put it there. I had a zoom session with a client in NZ, (mind you I was in the EU at the time), due to events in her life she had a cast on both of her broken wrists. I wasn’t aware of this because a mutual friend referred her for a session. Furthermore, I never mended or healed broken bones, let alone wrists in my life. I have had patients who recovered from a stroke and paralysed waist side down regain feeling in their legs. Even though I was puzzled about how I can help her, I proceeded to give her healing anyway. She was in agonizing pain even with the heavy medication the doctor put her on before she came to me for healing, she reported after the session that she felt tremendous relief like the ton of bricks she was carrying went away by the stroke of a hand. Shortly after, she shared pics that both of the cast removed. The healing accelerated. In another instance, a patient who had oral cancer had to report at a scheduled check-up at the clinic, a week after a healing session with me, that the tissue was healthy and healed nicely. Mind you when she came to the session she wasn’t able to eat or speak for weeks, and after a session, with me, her appetite was back, and she could eat normally and have a conversation which she wasn’t able to ever since she was diagnosed. What others say about me.

Can you share a story about the biggest mistake you made when you were first starting? Can you tell us what lesson you learned from that?

My biggest one is giving sessions for free, which makes you prone to being taken for granted. As with everything, there has to be an energy exchange. I have had group sessions introducing healing and gradually making them paid sessions, for a fraction of the price. I had a following of clients, who attended the introductory sessions, mind you those sessions were for free for a period of time. However, after the decline in the following due to paid sessions, I have noticed more people attending with direction in their life. Furthermore, I started attracting people who wanted more than healing, which gave me a broader insight into my ability, as I grew with my ability of healing to share with more people.

Let’s jump to our main focus. When it comes to health and wellness, how is the work you are doing helping to make a bigger impact in the world?

I have a healing group where groups of people can join, it was called Healing Gaia and was changed to Global Healing because we are not only healing Mother Earth we are healing every single life form on Earth. The Global Healing is a monthly session where people can join for a fraction of the price on one terminal, meaning one computer connecting groups of people, your whole neighborhood, your family neighbors, friends. The topic of healing is different every time, like for Christmas, the topic was family relations, before that it was C19, a time before that psychosis, inspiration, and sanctity. I get the feel from the energy around me and implement that in the healing. People report changes in their everyday life right off the bat. They tend to be more refreshed and focused like they have been months on vacation.

Can you share your top five “lifestyle tweaks” that you believe will help support people’s journey towards better wellbeing? Please give an example or story for each.

1. Self talk. Louise Hay is on the money when it comes to affirmations, most people find affirmations difficult because they feel resistance in changing the focus like you are swimming upstream, as with everything consistency is the key. Every change is implemented with small steps every day, and after 21 days every action becomes a habit.

2. The world is a projection of you. Bob Proctor goes on to say you create your own Economy, it doesn’t matter what the world is doing out there, you are the only one who is accountable for your own economy. You can be richer than the richest person in the world. Here again, is the focus.

3. Be grateful. I have noticed when I am smiling for no particular reason I turn heads, people want to have what I am having. I feel light like a feather. I am so happy and in the flow, everything I do takes no effort at all.

4. What you see is what you get. Don’t be afraid to walk away, you don’t change people, people change people. You have an alarm within you when you look at something you get excited about, or you get the feeling of dread, do more what excites you, you’ll be elevating your energy higher.

5. The birds of a feather. More than 2 decades I have followed and read books of inspirational speakers and coaches, I started with Tony Robins of which I did coaching and am certified coach, he has challenged me in every way possible because I was looking to break out from the status quo, soon after Deepak Chopra gave me more of a psychological approach to life, I am the universe in making, Les Brown summed it up greatly someone opinion of you doesn’t have to become your reality, his guest teacher told him after he refused to speak in front of the class because he was labeled dyslectic, not amount to anything. Still to this day I am seeking to learn more than I know.

If you could start a movement that would bring the most amount of wellness to the most amount of people, what would that be?

I will say the movement I started couple years back called the Global Healing, through which I heal in group setting, everyone can join. The Global Healing gives opportunity to everyone to heal, your whole neighborhood can join on one terminal, internet access. Every month the healing is different, during Christmas the healing was around family relations, before that C19, I get the feel of energy around be and from there I set out to group healing session. Group healing can shift entire communities.

What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why?

1. Ask for help.

You can’t go on this ride alone, and you can’t do it all. There are people, processes and systems out there just waiting for you to find them.

2. Success doesn’t happen overnight

You have to be patient when it comes to building long-term success. Whether it’s trying to live more mindfully, working on the healthiest version of you, or building the business of your dreams, long-term, diligent work yields long-term, permanent results.

3. It’s better to relate to a specific-someone, rather than a generic-everyone.

You can’t please everyone, and if you try to, you’re going to fall short time and time again. It’s better to get super clear on who you are and what you’re trying to accomplish.

4. Don’t forget to celebrate the small wins.

Accomplishing your goals does not happen without constantly seeing micro-results. You have to recognize how far you’ve come and take time to celebrate the small wins along the way.

5. Dreaming/Imagining. Again, this is not a phase for massive action taking (externally). Rather, it is where we turn internally and begin to form our idea of what action looks like. This is a stage where we create our vision boards, set our goals, see what we want to bring with us, what we choose to leave behind as we create our new direction in life. If you’re at this stage, you need to let go of the need to control and surrender to the process. It will allow you to go with the flow.

Sustainability, veganism, mental health and environmental changes are big topics at the moment. Which one of these causes is dearest to you, and why?

Sustainability is one of the greatest challenges facing us as a population. It’s a complicated matter and unfortunately, I don’t believe there is a singular solution for the challenges of our growing global population. I do believe that foraging and growing your own food is a sustainable lifestyle that is better for our health and aids in working with our nature. I also believe that the foraging and outdoors community is uniquely positioned to create a positive impact in our space. By taking the initiative to source and grow our own food, we ensure that mentality on to others, even those who may not necessarily want to experience the same. This is a huge step in improving our sustainability.

What is the best way our readers can follow you online?

Instagram @nina_of_nl


Nina Masic — Healer | Facebook

Thank you for these fantastic insights!



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Candice Georgiadis

Candice Georgiadis


Candice Georgiadis is an active mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert, and philanthropist.