Living from Your Heart: The Inner Essence Journey is a great gift to give family members or people you work with or any group that you spend time with and want to have a more cooperative, loving and compassionate relationship together.
It is a book that teaches four behaviors to stop when they cause pain and suffering to you or others. Then, the Five Essential Laws of Life are explained. They are guidelines to follow when you find yourself doing any of the STOP behaviors and to generally follow throughout the days. It also teaches stretching exercises for your body. Finally, the readers will learn about energy centers in our bodies called chakras and how to pay attention to their body and learn what it needs and what it is telling you.
When a person practices the Inner Essence Journey alone it is very powerful because she becomes more aware of her behaviors and feels the pain in her body more clearly which informs her as to what and where her energy is blocked. However, when a family or a group of workers practice the Inner Essence Journey together the benefits multiply profoundly. The people in the group are supporting each other to STOP certain behaviors and to follow the Five Laws of Life. It feels much better to have a home or work environment that is more cooperative and compassionate. It’s a way to be a family, a team, a group working together. If you want to give a meaningful holiday gift idea for coworkers and family I suggest giving Living From Your Heart: The Inner Essence Journey and then practice the program together in the New Year. It is truly a gift that can last forever.
I feel very blessed that I have been able to travel to three special countries so far in my life. Each place has given me an awareness and appreciation of the human soul.
In every place I have been I have seen extreme poverty yet happiness, and a strong commitment to family and friends. Eleuthera is one of my favorite places I visited.
I met my eldest daughter when she was 8 months old in the capital of Honduras. She is one of the best things that has happened to me. The people in Honduras that I met put their family’s needs first. I became lifelong friends with several of them.
The difference between what is important to many of us in the US and in these countries is very obvious. We are so focused on time, money, and things to own. The people I met in these countries showed genuine interest in the day, their family, and connection to others.
New Delhi, India
My trip to India introduced me to my middle daughter. She has been a blessing to me since the day I saw her beautiful face. The people of India showed me a deep sense of faith and spirit. My lawyer lit incense and said a prayer before each of our meetings. There seemed to be a substantial gap between the wealthy and the poor. Yet, they all seemed the honor and respect their position in this society for this time.
New Delhi, India
If I had remained in my little world in the US I don’t think I would be as accepting and understanding of others. My respect for other’s beliefs and customs is a direct result of my travels.
I hope I can continue to travel and expand my love and awareness of humanity.
Children often keep us on our Essence Journey. They are here to remind us of what is truly important – LOVE.
Babies come into this world automatically living by the Five Laws of Life (intention, possibility, choice, giving and trust). They are living examples of how to live from the heart.
Children are needed to keep our priorities in check. They make it easier to let go and trust when it comes to them. They are important and remind us how we all are precious souls.
So, I have my granddaughter’s pink Cadillac in my living room so she can get in it and let her imagination wholeheartedly run free. She can have all kinds of intentions, and see so many possibilities with that car. She makes choices and often shares by giving rides to her stuffed animals and even her aunt “Turtle.”
Children are our present, keeping us present to what is important, and our future. I am so thankful I have children in my life.