WHAT IS WHOLEHEARTED LIVING?
We help women to discover, and celebrate, who God created them to be.
Imagine what it would feel like to love and like yourself, rather than being your own biggest critic; to live with nothing to fear, nothing to lose and nothing to prove. It sounds so simple, but day-to-day do you find yourself living wholeheartedly?
To do so requires decluttering; getting rid of the stuff that weighs you down and causes resistance to the life God has prepared for you. As you make your way along the Wholehearted Living journey, you’ll gain tools to declutter your relationship with yourself, with food, your body and ultimately, with God.
The “Wholehearted Living” course opened my eyes to see how relationships were impacting my life. The process of decluttering and connecting with my own heart has been so inspiring, and has made me change the way I look at things. The joy and peace that came with that has been life changing!
Through the WOW! sessions I discovered the many ways I was not enjoying wholehearted living. I realized that I was ignoring my heart by over scheduling myself; I was continually busy and therefore, “numbing out” to my feelings. What a relief to be free from those old behaviors!
I started the WOW! courses carrying a heavy burden of shame and guilt due to a heart breaking divorce after 25 + years of marriage. Through the “Wholehearted Living” course I learned to see the truth and consequently, began believing in my own value and worth. As a result, I have increased confidence in my abilities and have a new lease on life.
Through the “Wholehearted Living” courses I deepened my communication and connection with God. By better understanding my own perfectly designed personality, as well as my heart’s desires and needs, I was able to remove the resistance to what I really wanted. I also became empowered to live out my passion and purpose in life.
How often do you worry? Are you often anxious or fearful? If so, you’re not alone. Statistically, over 25% of our population deals with worry and anxiety in a significant way. However, there’s a difference between occasionally worrying, and thinking you’re a “worrier.” If you think God created “a worrier” as part of your identity, […]
I used to busy –like most women I know; I’d say “yes” to nearly anything! I was critical of who I thought I was and consequently, pushed myself a lot. I was trying the best I could to keep everyone happy, yet under the surface, I was unhappy. I was exhausted and anxious, and new […]
Are you fairly nice to other people –at least to your family and friends? What about to those with whom you disagree (maybe certain politicians, neighbors or others)? And, how do you treat yourself? When you make a mistake or say something you later regret, are you nice to yourself? What do you say to […]