BEST WAY TO STOP CONTROLLING EVERYTHING (LIFE IS WORKING FOR YOU)// If you’re wondering how to stop controlling everything and how to quit overthinking, watch this video. It will give you tips on how to trust yourself and on letting go of needing to control. Do you ever ask yourself, “How can I stop overthinking?” You’ll learn how not to stress and finally find out the answer to the question “How do I trust myself?” with these useful self care strategies.
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HOW TO FORGIVE AND LET GO OF ANGER: SIMPLE 3 STEP PROCESS// Want to learn how to forgive? In this video, you’ll learn how to forgive and let go. Forgiveness is a crucial part of personal development. When you forgive yourself, you experience healing, you let go of anger and you learn how to feel more free. If you want to learn how to let go of anger and resentment, watch this video for forgiveness techniques, forgiveness skills, and forgiveness strategies. You’ll also find out why forgiveness is important and how you can let go of anger and resentment. This video focuses on for self-care. Forgiveness is an important aspect of Courageous Self-Care.
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Are you stuck in anger and resentment? Forgiveness is the solution for letting go. Watch this video to learn my simple three step formula so that you can forgive and let go of anger.
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I remember learning the 3 most dangerous words in the English language... "I know that."
It's so true. when we say "I know that", we are cutting ourselves off from deeper learning. We're robbing ourselves from the gift of the beginner's mind, where everything is fresh and full of possibility.
I recently attended a women's retreat in 2 roles; as a participant and a speaker. Since I've been facilitating workshops and retreats myself for the last few years, it had been awhile since I participated as a student.
I struggled the first couple of days because the Great Trickster (my name for my Ego) insisted that I knew what was being taught.
However, I reminded myself that I didn't want to use those 3 dangerous words and that there is plenty I don't know.
Ten years ago, I attended personal development courses on a monthly basis. At that time, there was so much that I didn't know and my learning curve was very steep.
Since I've been studying intensively for a decade, I've learned that I...