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The innate desire to be authentic is what creates symptoms to get our attention when we get too far off our path.
Many of us lose our ability to be authentic at a very young age. We quickly learn from the world who we need to "be" to be loved, accepted, and maintain attachment for our survival.
These personality layers covering our authenticity can look like:
These layers can create symptoms of anxiety, stress, and a feeling of loss.
And it's normal. But you don't have to live that way.
"I'm so happy with the differences I'm noticing. It is a little weird to be present and can sometimes feel like I need to fill it with something to worry about, but I am getting better at just "being".
I’m more focused in the present, I’m allowing myself to take breaks (and not feel guilty), and I’m bringing hobbies back in to my life. What I’ve noticed most of all is how everything is easier – I used to think everything was so hard, or would be hard. I’ve just taken the drama out of everything, I worry less, and I’m less judgmental of myself and more confident.”
"Jen helped me to find clarity on why certain thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors were playing out in my life and business and gave me the gift of breaking the pattern of feeling guilty for resting.
I also found myself eating less sugar and feeling generally more relaxed and aligned with my vision for my life.
I found Jen to have an intuitive, calming presence in the session, which really helped me to relax and open myself to the process."
I want to acknowledge and honour the indigenous lands where I work, play, create, and live, the traditional land referred to as Treaty 6 Territory encompassing the traditional territories of numerous First Nations, including the Cree and homeland of the Métis Nation. I pay respect to the Indigenous peoples who lived and continue to live in this territory and whose culture, practices and spirituality are tied to this land. I acknowledge our settler ancestry and the colonization that created oppression, suffering, and hardship for Indigenous Peoples for many generations.
As a white, heterosexual woman, I am committed to educating myself and investing in education about racial, systemic, discriminatory and social justice issues.
I also acknowledge this work is never complete. It is a lifelong journey of unlearning unconscious biases.
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