The light is love. And its depth is infinite. You will always find another layer, a purer layer. … More
We’re never really waiting for somebody else. I am the only one who can keep me waiting. YOU are the only one who can keep you waiting.
If you’re ready to stop waiting (for something or somebody), I would absolutely love to work with you. I’m not an expert on very many things. But I promise you that I am an expert on being true to yourself, to be the very best you can be.
And I promise to hold your heart sacred and guide you as you embrace deep knowing that you are the one to play the hero in your story. And then I promise to give you the tools you need to do it, to manifest your knowing. The intangible must be demonstrated, it must show up on the outside. As within, so without.
It’s a brave new day to be you!
And I believe in YOU,… More
~ What love really is
~ Who you are, apart from the facade
~ What it looks like to love you
~ And how it feels to actually exercise the freedom to be you
Getting to know yourself means bringing the unconscious into the conscious. It means looking at what seems dark, and trusting that you can shine a light on it. It means finding the blurred line between you and the facade you created to win approval, and then letting go of the facade as you dismantle it.
When you know what love is and who you are, then you can begin to paint a picture of what it looks like to love you. You can begin to manifest a well-loved you.
You can be the hero you were afraid to believe in.
For options or a consultation:
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~ e-mail me from my website–www.JanDenise.com
~ or text me at 386-299-6256… More
People really do grow apart. But there’s more to it than that. Sometimes they never really “had anything,” at least not anything close to what they had hoped for.
The good news is that we can and do “wake up.” From what, though? How could we have been so wrong — and, more importantly, how can we avoid being so wrong again?
Psychologists use the term “cognitive dissonance” to explain the discomfort we feel when we have conflicting thoughts, or conflicting thoughts and behaviors. We are so motivated to avoid that discomfort that we filter incoming data. We use what reinforces an established belief and conveniently ignore the rest. And when a behavior, one we can’t or refuse to change, conflicts with a belief, we justify that behavior by manipulating our thoughts.
In other words, cognitive dissonance explains how we can be amazingly close-minded and opinionated, and how we can see the proverbial mote in another’s eye and miss the beam in our own. And, stay with me here, it also explains waking up.… More
Don’t confuse your best effort with trying to please somebody else or meet an arbitrary standard. Focus your effort on getting to know yourself. When you know your greatness, you’ll find a way to live up to it.… More