Special Guest Yvonne St-Louis and The Vital Need For Connection Especially During the Holidays

Simplifying The Holidays: The Number 1 Way To Happiness!

 

Connection is what the holiday season is about!

Not just connection with our friends and loved ones but also authentic, transparent connection with our own hearts. Join me and my special guest Yvonne St-Louis of Connection With Your Heart.www.connectwithyourheart.com

Monday Morning Mentoring and Addressing the #METOO Phenomenon

How to break free from the patterns that hold you back from your best life ever.

Now more than ever we must take back control of our lives – from within.

 

Monday Morning Mentoring – action items

  1. Do a 10 minute research on Candace Pert if resonating, continue on this path of interest
  2. Watch this excerpt of What The Bleep Do We Know https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jibikFphyl8 . BONUS if you watch the whole movie
  3. Continue pruning the vine

If you need support on the area of sexual trauma and abuse please avail yourself of my free webinar and the guide. You don’t have to sign up or opt in. It’s just there for you. Blessings. http://www.thumbslinger.com/stephanajohnson/five_steps_webinar/

You may also email me your name and request directly to be added to the list of Yogilachi’s  remote Chi Kung healing.

I will add you to the remote healing sessions beginning at 10:30AM PST and ongoing specifically for sexual abuse and any and all energy around the restimulation of sexual trauma whether it happened to you personally or to someone you know and you feel helpless.

Use the correct TOOLS – don’t get caught up in the mass momentum that is created and perpetuated not to heal but to keep you stuck in it. Being stuck in it will never allow you to create and lead a life you love. Decide now to leave a lasting legacy of your choosing not one of the mass unconsciousness.

I believe in you. I believe in me. I believe in a WHOLE and HEALTHY world.

When we become silent about things that matter…

When I started this project it was because I knew remaining silent was killing me.

I had not actually discovered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s quote

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

Upon finding this quote I realized I was not the only one who has suffered or was suffering.

Quite frankly, in remaining silent I allowed it to mean much more than it should have. I let it define me. In my eyes, it meant I was dirty, bad, broken, shameful, something was wrong with me and I couldn’t let anyone find out or I would or could never be loved or be worthy.

Instead I pretended and lived that life of quiet desperation  — the only difference is I lived loudly in my quiet desperation.

I can sit here and tell you with no qualms the pain and hiding out I felt would cost me my success, my health and worst of all, the love of others –  was actually a very high price to pay.

Ultimately, I discovered that it was me who needed to love myself.  But I couldn’t, not when I hid from own heart, all my pain.

There is no other love that matters. Yet it can seem selfish to some. It becomes masked as parading our fake selves out there as we see in the media or in our daily lives. I was one. I had a very polished covering for a time.  But if I look closely at photos of that time, I see it.

I can’t take back that time, but I can teach what I have learned. I can share the healing that is possible. I can speak up and reach out. I wish I could make all the sexual abuse and trauma stop instantly. For now, I will do what I can.

One thing I can promise here is I will always speak from my heart. Sometimes it might be off on a tangent of nonsensical rambling. Sometimes it will be a brilliant insight and significant discoveries and strategies I’ll share. Always from my heart.

Every day, my heart grows stronger and more capacity for healing and thus helping in service of others is possible.

It is part of my journey.  My path I see more clearly now and I awaken to this journey with open arms and heart.

If you are here for reasons of your own, I want you to know you are not alone.

It was not your fault. Healing is possible. There is great joy beyond the trauma.

My Love, Peace and Joy, Stephana