People often hope to find "the one" to make them happy. But true happiness doesn't work that way.
You have to look inside.
Learn to be your own best friend, best companion, and best champion FIRST. Then watch the rest of the magic unfold. ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you look to others to feel complete?
Do you need to accumulate "stuff" to feel worthy? If so, remember this:
Nothing outside of you gives you value. Your value and worth lie within. It's already there.
All you need is to find the self-love living in your own heart. 💜Someone said to me last week, ‘oh when I was younger I got the attention that let me know my worth but now everyone Ignores me…’. And I said, ‘yes it’s a total ageist culture’ but the good news is now you finally have a chance to wake up and know where your value came from all along…’.
I’m going to teach a class called ‘aging as a tool of awakening’ soon…stay tuned:)) ... See MoreSee Less
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Please post when your class will be taught ... trying to find part-time work and running against ageism
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