Embarking on the path of self-love and healing can be one of the most rewarding but also unvertain journeys we undertake. And in today’s episode, we’re diving into a topic that resonates deeply with many of us: How do I know if what I’m doing in my healing journey is truly making a difference?
In a world filled with pressures and expectations, it's easy to doubt the impact of the work we're putting into ourselves. Have you ever questioned whether your efforts toward healing are worth it? Believe me, I've been there too, and today, I’m going to share the challenges, breakthroughs, and unmistakable signs that indicate my healing journey is not only real but immensely transformational.
Together, we'll explore the non-linear nature of healing and self-discovery - from pushing our boundaries to navigating our moments of doubt, I’m going to touch on the challenges I faced in my journey. But within the challenges lie powerful indicators that show progress. These markers are more than just signs; they're the affirmations that the path we're on is leading us toward a more authentic and empowered version of ourselves.
So join me on this episode as we empower ourselves with the knowledge that, even amidst uncertainty, the work we're doing is making a real and lasting difference.
- How playfulness is the pathway to freedom
- Master your stillness and discernment
- Allowing your emotions to ride passenger in your life
- Your ability to be present as a measurement of your current state
- Your body's cues that self-love is thriving in your healing journey
- Nurturing trust in your intuition & inner compass
- Effortlessly attracting abundance through self-love
- Increase your tolerance for discomfort, decrease your tolerance for bullsh*t
"Playfulness inspires freedom, and what better feeling is there than to feel free within yourself?" - Jessica Hurley
"When you can allow those feelings that used to drive you out of control to just simply ride passenger... That means the Self Love is working." - Jessica Hurley
“You increase your tolerance for discomfort... and you decrease your tolerance for other people's bullshit, but especially yours." - Jessica Hurley
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