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“Accept and love yourself, it’s the start of everything good”
Jane believes that “One way or another, every single decision we make has the opportunity to be driven by the creative impulse” and she reminds us that we all came into this life with curiosity and creativity and if we feel we have lost connection with it, we can certainly find it again. Her work with her Creative Strength Training Book, and online community are dedicated to exactly this.
When we practice loving kindness toward ourselves and others, we can evolve to a place where we don’t take everything so personally and can start to access some of the gifts that the difficult situations in our lives are trying to give us.
“You are perfect the way you are AND you could use a little improvement” Suzuki Roshi
It is important to cultivate noble friends, ones who won’t just tell us what we want to hear.
In this episode Jane shares her method for helping you to find out how to come into alignment with what your soul wants to be doing, how to find out what you truly value and want to do so that you can make your own roadmap for your life.
We discuss the importance of getting in touch with your dreams and then actively looking for ways to bring them to life. Your big dreams are not going to happen with you sitting on your hands behind closed doors.
Find people to share your crazy dreams with, but don’t tell everyone. Part of believing yourself into where you’re headed is having the courage to reach out to people you admire. You never know what might come of it.
In this episode Jane mentioned Invisible Acts of Power by Caroline Myss
Find out about Jane’s Creative Strength Training Community and her Books
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