21 Days of Self-Loving Practice
Online, ongoing, self-paced
Self-love is the key to living
more kindly and gently with yourself.
If you don't love and respect yourself, you'll be caught up in striving, perfectionism, working too hard, ignoring your body's needs, "shoulding yourself" into stress, and plenty of other behaviors that result in imbalance, ill health, and more.
The kind of self-love I'm talking about is not egoic self-love; not narcissistic or self-centered. "Loving Yourself More" is about learning to honor and respect yourself as a divine-human—and making life choices based upon that.
And exactly how do you this?
The dilemma of "loving yourself more" &
walking a "self-less" spiritual path.
And how to solve it!
A gentle period of prayerful practice can point the way ...
Certainly, we can dive into deep psychology for answers of why we can't love ourselves more. But I believe we can also turn ourselves toward the Sacred for solutions. Through regular periods of gentle meditation and prayerfulness, we can get in touch with what keeps us from loving and caring for ourselves as well as we do others. A short, daily practice of guided inner reflection will help you commune with your true self, begin to release Self-stunting habits, and plant seeds of self-nourishing, self-compassionate love.
"Loving Yourself More":
"Loving Yourself More" is a gentle offering of daily practice that you frame your own way. Do it when you want and how you want. Invite the Sacred to guide your process.
"Loving Yourself More" is the perfect addition to your
daily spiritual practice, too.
Let us remember that the self-knowledge which comes from inner listening benefits others. As we are better able to listen within ourselves, we can listen more fully, kindly, and compassionately to others. Our spiritual practice, in the end, benefits everyone!
Receive your first gentle practice.
Breathe, let go, and let Love guide you.
Testimonials from previous participants:
"I was already a meditator, but who doesn't need more guidance when it comes to cultivating quiet time? What has stayed with me is the feeling to be gentle with myself." Annie
"Your voice (Jan) as you recited today's prayer poem was like a soothing balm to the soul." Rose
"I find myself more peaceful and having more self-compassion than when we started." Laurel
"I think this reaffirmed to me the absolute necessity concerning my spiritual practice. It is like breathing to me, I must do it to be fully alive. It centers me and keeps me present and calm." Joyce
"Since being connected to you (Jan) and offerings like this, I now rejoice and respect my true nature! I was alright all along and didn't appreciate the gifts I had and am. I feel so blessed." Janet