Are you finding it difficult to stay connected to a sense of inner peace in these times of personal and collective chaos?
Do you sometimes find yourself wondering…Holy s#$%! How in the world am I going to get through this?!
The truth is, everything you need — to walk through life’s greatest challenges, navigate conflict, overcome painful patterns, and discover exquisite JOY — is within YOU!
And on Tuesday, September 27, you can discover simple (yet powerful!) practices to help you access peace, presence and power in the midst of our crazy-making world when you join mindfulness, peace and compassion teacher Emily Hine for Holy Sit: 4 No-nonsense Practices for Finding Inner Peace & Compassion in a Chaotic World.
What Emily offers is real –– she’s lived it. No secondhand platitudes here. At a crucial time in her life, turning inward (and upward!) was her only hope…
Emily wholeheartedly brings the wisdom gained on her own heroine’s journey to her mindfulness, peace and compassion teachings. She’ll support you to tap into more inner peace –– even when that may seem impossible –– in the areas of your life that most need it.
During this engaging hour with Emily, you’ll discover:
- Her sure-fire mindfulness practice for achieving present-moment awareness
- A morning ritual to help you connect with Source or your higher guidance. (Hint: Start your day with God before technology)
- How to drop into your heart connection and experience more compassion in conflicts great and small
- Powerful practices to free yourself from the grip of your emotions and access more JOY!
How you navigate the more painful moments AND how you access joy regardless of outside circumstances determines the quality of your life.
Please join us so you can discover exactly how to go from Holy Sh*t to Holy Sit!
Paul at ChangeThatMind
P.S. Don’t miss your chance to discover how to transform unhelpful thought patterns and reprogram new responses. As a result, you’ll deepen your spiritual connection to Source, restore emotional balance and ultimately live with more compassion toward yourself and others.