Loving Your Children By Loving Yourself

Are you attending to your children but abandoning yourself? Discover the importance of loving yourself while also lovingly attending to your children. . . . → Read More: Loving Your Children By Loving Yourself

Relationships: Loving Yourself by Taking The Sacred Pause

A major challenge is becoming aware of the moment of choice – the sacred pause – when our fear and anxiety are triggered, especially in relationships. . . . → Read More: Relationships: Loving Yourself by Taking The Sacred Pause

Loving Yourself Can Heal Traumatic Childhood Abuse

You CAN heal from childhood abuse. Inner Bonding is a powerful process that enables you to remember and heal from traumatic abuse. . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Can Heal Traumatic Childhood Abuse

Loving Yourself When You Are Angry

Anger is often a cover-up feeling and our anger has much information for us if we open to learning from it. . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself When You Are Angry

Loving Yourself

Are you asking your higher self for the loving action and not receiving answers?


Ernie was having trouble accessing his higher self. He wanted to know about the loving action toward himself, but he couldn’t seem to receive any answers. Because his inner child often felt abandoned and unloved due to the lack of loving action, Ernie often felt disconnected and depressed.

In one of our sessions, I asked Ernie to open to seeing his core Self, his essence, his natural Inner child. I asked him to open to seeing his essence through the loving eyes of his spiritual Guidance. “What do you see when you look at yourself through loving eyes?” I asked. Continue reading Loving Yourself

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Learning to Love Your Sacred Being

Do you know who you are in your essence? If you knew that your core Self, your essence, was a sacred being, an individualized expression of Spirit, would you treat yourself differently than you currently do?


There is a wonderful story about a king who went into a downtrodden village, a village with no schools, no libraries and no joy. He told the people of the village that he had just replaced one of their newborn babies with a royal child. He said that he was going to come back at some point to see how they were raising this royal child, and warned them that they had better do a good job. Since no one knew who the royal child was, each parent said to themselves, “Maybe it’s my child. I’d better be very loving with this child so the king will be happy.” Continue reading Learning to Love Your Sacred Being

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