‘Loving Me’ is one of my most powerful pieces of work to date. The changes that are possible are limitless when the teachings are embraced. It was birthed through my own need to learn this important skill set. Learning to love yourself is the ultimate game changer. I am so proud of what is contained within this powerful vortex, and grateful to be able to share it with those who have decided enough is enough – I am worth more than the experience I am currently having. I am ready to embrace all of me, and risk creating something new.
Loving yourself unconditionally is about so much more than indulging in a hot bath or allowing yourself a massage, or a special food when feeling emotionally vulnerable. It is hidden in the hundred different choices we make daily.
Over the course of 8 weeks, daily we will look at a different topic where self love is hidden. Giving you the opportunity to explore what that particular topic means for you, if you are okay with where you stand or if you would like to consider changes.
After running this multiple times over the last 2 years, I have learnt a lot. Moving forward, I will only offer this once a year, and I will be running it fresh – the videos will be released daily and the meditations and healings will be recorded live.
We will begin on the 5/4/2021
During this 8 week intensive, we will be leaving the outdated third dimensional belief, that as women and mothers that our needs fall last on the list. You will be met exactly where you are, surrounded by other women who are on the same journey, held within a safe space where you get to explore the many layers you are currently holding. Releasing the old, and embracing your new.
Being able to hear yourself, connect to yourself and feeling worthy enough to meet your own needs is something every woman deserves.
Unconditional self love, is a skill set that every woman needs to have. When this is embraced, it allows healing to flow to the women from the past (ancestral line), and prevent the women of the future from having to learn the hard way (our children).