WARNING!!! As a result of attending this course, you will think differently.
One day workshop
How different will your life be, for deciding to fall in love with you?
I believed for years that liking yourself was a bad thing. And anyone who does like themselves is a show-off and that alienate you.
My affirmation was “I’m nothing” which indeed contributed to making the most terrible life decisions and walk a tricky path.
Be humble and reject all compliments was once a favoured narrative in society, alongside do not consider “yourself worthy” or “good enough.” “Oh but wait unfortunate one, “we can sell you something to compensate your inadequacies”– “BUY This product and be something”
Seriously, lets rebel against this nonsense.
Liking yourself is a game changer and probably one the most potent spiritual quests you can endeavour.
The people who rebel against these fear-mongering myths live empowered and liberated lives.
Not liking or loving yourself only keeps feeling small and ashamed of your humanness.
Imagine being that person who radiates and dazzles good vibes.
I mean wouldn’t it be nice to flow and bounce with life and not give a flying doughnut regarding what other people think about you
Join me on this act of rebellion. I’m convinced falling in love with yourself is a small contributed towards a more peaceful society.
There are limited places. 10 in total. Drop me a line to save your place.
AS a result of attending this course
You will realise you have choices and the ability to change your relationship with you.
Which will result in you, changing the way you interact with the world.
This is a roll your sleeves up, straight-talking course, you are required to bring courage, if you only have a little, that’s fine, I’ll be generous to you I’m on your side.
Be open to embracing vulnerability for just a short time to gather the enriching gifts, this enlightening state of consciousness offers.
Times 10.30–5-5.30pm ish.
“How to fall in love with you” workshop
7th-09-2019 How to fall in love with you Leicestershire Alexia Elliott