- Feel deprived of your dreams?
- Keep repeating all the reasons you can’t start?
- Want to gain or regain joy?
- Wish you would stop marinating in your past?
- Crave to start or continue working on a long-loved, neglected, maybe secret, passion?
If any of your answers are Yes, Trust Your Life: Forgive Yourself and Go After Your Dreams will help you.
What does it mean to trust your life?
It means to recognize, believe, and act on three major principles:
- There are no mistakes.
The great jazz musician Miles Davis said, “Do not fear mistakes. There are none.” Your self-judged “wrong” turns were nothing less than perfect. Even if it does not feel like it, your life experiences prepared you perfectly for where you are now.
- You can “reframe” your past.
When you realize there are no mistakes, instead of branding your past experiences as negative or wasted, you can view them as inevitable steps toward the future you want to create.
- The outer reflects the inner.
Your experiences stem from your thoughts and feelings. There’s an inevitable
relationship between your thoughts, your current experiences and the
experiences you long for—and deserve to have. You can name, visualize,
expect, and experience your God-planted greatest desires.
What does it mean to forgive yourself?
It means to let go of your past self-judgments (even three minutes ago) about:
- regrets you harbor
- decisions you acted on
- time you wasted
- mistakes you made
- opportunities you missed
- things you said
- things you shouted
- things you didn’t say
- things you thought
- things you did
- things you didn’t do
How can you trust your life and forgive yourself?
In Trust Your Life, I take you
fear by fear,
dared longing by longing
and show you how to let go of old regrets and mistakes
and make real the secret dreams of your life.
A short video:
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