Are you ready to have your day brightened? I hope so! Not only have we arrived at the final #5 in my top 5 sources of inspiration, I also have an extra dose of love and joy to share with you!
As I mentioned in last week’s message, I’ve been assisting with the Heal Your Life® teacher training program in San Diego. It’s been an incredible honor to support a dynamic group of over 30 women who are willing to go deep and do the work that’s needed to heal their mind, body and spirit.
In a space of support, love and safety, it’s truly amazing how willing we are to let go of our human barriers of fear and open our hearts to love. It’s absolutely beautiful!
Marianne Williamson said: “Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learned here.” And fear is what we need to unlearn!
Yes…fear may have its rightful place in some situations, such as the need to run from a burning building. But if you’re letting fear direct the choices you make in your romantic relationship, or other significant areas in your life, you’re denying yourself the true joy and freedom you’re meant to experience!
And that’s what the Heal Your Life® work is all about. Learning how to uncover the thoughts and beliefs that keep you stuck in fear and limitation, and replacing those with thoughts and beliefs that inspire you to be your best you. This will improve your life in ways you never thought possible.
Yes, you have the power of choice! You get to decide how to live your life. And this brings me to #5 in my top 5 sources of inspiration…the final drum roll please…
This Thing Called You, by Ernest Holmes. The principles he taught as “Science of Mind” have inspired and influenced many generations of spiritual students and teachers, including Louise Hay. This Thing Called You is what I call the ‘short version’ of his overall teachings.
Here’s the powerful opening in Chapter 1:
“You, like all others, are seeking the joy of living. You wish to be needed, to be loved, to be included in the great drama of life. This urge is in every individual. It is in everything. The rose exists to express beauty. Root and branch conspire with nature to give birth to blossom.”
And you are a powerful entity that is designed to thrive, to express beauty and love, and to live your life as the best possible you.
“It is because it