I’m excited to announce a new program that I’m offering. It’s called Your Own Soulmate – you are the one you’ve been looking for. Society has an idea of a soulmate and that we have only one person in the whole world who is ‘perfect’ for us. My belief is that we are that person. We need to become our own soulmates for many reasons not the least of which is to recognize and honor our own self-worth.
Many women, for the most part, are taught to believe that they need someone to ‘complete them’. This is a fallacy. We are complete already. We just have to believe that and understand how we are complete. This requires introspection and analysis. In order to uncover what you’re looking for in a soulmate and how you uniquely qualify, my partner Deidre Prince and I have uncovered a protocol that you can follow.
First and foremost, you need to believe that you are enough. Marisa Peer is a British hypnotherapist who believes that most of our problems stem from not believing we are enough as we are. Well, as part of the Your Own Soulmate (YOS) protocol, we encourage participants in the program to begin to consider how they are enough and understand that they are complete already. We begin by asking our participants to come up with ten positive and believable “I AM” statements that they can begin to build their newfound and strong self-concept upon.
Examples of such statements include, but are not limited to:
- I AM INTELLIGENT,
- I AM A GOOD FRIEND,
- I AM CARING, etc.
We encourage folks who enroll in our program to not base more than one or two of these statements on their appearance. Many women define themselves by how they look, and this can be a slippery slope. No one is immune the deleterious effects of aging. As a result, we will work to build a solid foundation of self-esteem. In order to do so, we must look to our virtues and unique ‘superpowers’.
In the YOS protocol, you’ll also learn about the work of Dr. Kristin Neff. Dr. Neff, who works out of the University of Texas in Austin, is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion. Self-compassion, in a nutshell, is cutting yourself some slack and showing the same level of care and concern for yourself that you show others.
There is a lot of time for self-reflection and study in the program. You will get out of it what you put into it. If you’re interested in becoming your own soulmate, let’s take a journey to the center of yourself and get the process started. Six-week long classes will begin in 2023. You can send an email to email@example.com to set up a complimentary, in-depth chat about the protocol and learn more about the offering. I look forward to hearing from you.