Wisdom from Jenny Mannion

The greatest lesson I have learned is that we are truly unlimited beings. It seems easy to believe all that we have been told, “Life is hard”, “You have to work hard and sacrifice to get ahead”, “Life sucks then you die” but none of these hold any truth with our soul. When you connect with yourself truly and deeply life flows and can seem magical.

WE are the ones causing our own limitations. In hearing and getting to know the true us, our soul, we become limitless. Learning to love and forgive ourselves for acting from what we knew up until that point is key. Not blaming others but noticing the effect our mind has had on our life up until NOW makes a difference.

A key ingredient for creating an easy and in flow life is self love. We are truly mirrors reflecting how we feel we deserve to be treated to the world. We cannot live from what others have told us we are or limited beliefs of what we can be and all we cannot do.

We all have the power to fall in love with ourselves for who we are at the deepest level and also to recreate those patterns and behaviors that have not served us. Remember to treat yourself as kindly as you would a close friend that would come to you for help….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Jenny is a Reconnective Healing Practitioner, Soul ReAlignment Practitioner, Medical Intuitive and Mind Body Mentor.

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Photo Credit: Max Elman

10 comments

Elisa F.
Elisa F3 years ago

Positive Message :) Thanks for Sharing.

Marianna B M.

thanks

Nicole G.
Nicole Gorman5 years ago

Thanks

Melinda offline K.
Past Member 5 years ago

the author here is obviously a beautiful person with a positive message to help people create a more loving life for themselves. Nice to see these kinds of messages amongst all the painful world/animal issues all the Care2ers are working so hard on. Thanks :-)

Shirley E.
Shirley E5 years ago

If you're having a hard time letting yourself off the hook for your shortcomings, try imagining the faults actually belong to a small child and ask yourself how you'd deal with them. Chances are you'd make light of them, forgive them and give reassurance. Why should you treat yourself any less kindly?

Dawn G.
Dawn Harvey5 years ago

Very positive message

jerry coleman
jerry coleman5 years ago

good article

Magdalena K.
Past Member 5 years ago

thanks

Kristine Huff
Kristine H5 years ago

Thanks. Sometimes I just don't have the courage to do what is right for me. I need to treat myself like I would treat a friend-will work on this one.

Jennifer C.
Past Member 5 years ago

Thanks for the article.