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We’re living in a time of unprecedented levels of opportunities, education, and wealth. Yet, we’re also living in a time of unprecedented struggles with alcohol, depression, anxiety, and obesity. A recent study showed, according to the journal Psychiatric Services, that more American’s than ever before are stressed, depressed, and anxiety ridden.
Research tells us that approximately 58% of people live under high stress.
Today, people get caught up in the race of doing, having, and wanting the next best thing. Many are striving to relieve the “lack of not enough”, and as a result, they are missing out on true fulfillment. This empty way of life often ends up destroying the very things that mean the most. We lose our sense of self, our confidence, our identity, and even our ability to experience joy.
Healthy Boundaries Matter
In order to live life as you want it to be, you must have healthy boundaries with yourself as well as with others and things in your life. Do you protect yourself from you? How do you treat yourself or allow others to treat you? To have healthy boundaries, you must be anchored in a firm foundation of who you are and a commitment to your own well-being. This gives you authority in your life, so you can make choices, changes, and even make a difference in the world. I can say conclusively that healthy boundaries are the building blocks to personal growth and healthy loving relationships with yourself, others and things in your life.This process starts with correcting false & limiting beliefs to live an authentic life.
Have you ever given away what you didn’t have to give?
We are afraid to say no to what’s not ok for our well-being. We let others take advantage of us, yet we become resentful and overwhelmed when we don’t say no. If you have ever done this, then you know exactly how it feels. We sacrifice so much of ourselves and we justify it because we “love” our spouse, job, kids, relatives…and want to be loved or at least appreciated in return.
If this sounds familiar to you, allow me to share a truth with you: Love isn’t a transaction of needs and wants or some sort of trade. That exchange hardly ever works and most often leads to negative feelings of fear, obligation, guilt and even a failed relationship. If you are looking for fulfillment in others, you will be constantly disappointed. No one, outside of yourself, can make you feel good enough, loved, or alive.
How do you get to a place where you are fulfilled?
By building healthy personal boundaries to take care of yourself, you don’t look for fulfillment in people or things outside yourself. When your boundaries are defined so you are clear on the difference between your natural born resources and who you truly are, you can then be complete. You are whole and you don’t expect or take from others the things you need to grow in yourself. Equally important, you don’t try to give to others what they need to give to themselves!
This is exactly why my message is about breaking free from the unnecessary pain and dependency caused by the fear-based egoic self. That’s the voice in our head that feeds us with false beliefs that tell us we need approval and validation from others to be fulfilled, and worse, that in-order-to get love from others we must drain ourselves. This simply isn’t true and you certainly don’t have to live that way.
Break Free for a Better Life
Through my practice, Breaking Free Boundaries, I use boundaries as a tool to build self-awareness in transforming lives and transcending false beliefs as well as the habits that hold you back. Healthy boundaries are vital to any type of personal growth or spiritual development. In other words, breaking free from what’s holding you back requires authority in your life. Claiming healthy personal boundaries over your own natural born resources is being self-aware and knowing that you have the freedom to make those choices.
This process requires time, commitment, and support. Please know that you don’t have to do this alone. Every day, I help stressed out, overwhelmed clients regain their true sense of self to create inner peace, balance, and meaning in their lives.
Support is available for the client who wishes to work and grow in the following areas:
Mindfulness • Self-Awareness • Relationships • Conscious Awareness • Personal Boundaries • Codependency • Self-Esteem • Recovery • Divorce • Work-Life Balance • Spirituality • Women’s Issues • Life Purpose
By taking the time to learn a path for positive change, you can achieve a lifetime of personal freedom, inner peace, and purpose. You can break free from false beliefs that hold you back and live the life you always dreamed of living.