Have you ever noticed, life’s lessons are always there, but we don’t always know it?
“I once heard someone say that in life there will be lessons presented for you to learn. These lessons must be learned if we are to grow in wisdom. A lesson will be presented to you in more than one way throughout your life until you learn that lesson.”
Let me go back a few years. I started a journey of self discovery almost 14 years ago, at a time in my life when I was sick, and tired, and sick and tired of being sick and tired. I knew something had to change or I was either going to die early, or live a very miserable existence until I finally did die. At times I thought the only way to feel better was if I would die. I don’t mean I was suicidal, no, just a figure of speech. I just knew that something had to give. So I began searching for a better way to live. I was guided through this process by a great doctor, Dr. Gary Moore in Indianapolis IN. He put me on a path of good nutrition, and I knew in about 2 weeks I was going the right direction. Now I thought I always ate right, but when I found out what white bread and sugar products do to you, and what chemicals are in our food, I was grossed out. No wonder I was sick. I gave up all soft drinks. I gave up processed foods. I gave up sugar, white flour products, I basically adopted the attitude, “If God didn’t grow it, I’m not eating it.” I knew I would always have to eat this way if I was going to maintain this great feeling of health. As time went on I felt better and better but there was still something not right, something missing. Health is one thing, wellbeing is another. The way I perceived my life and the world around me was also making me sick. I had toxic emotions, stinkin’ thinkin’, and they had done just as much damage, if not more, than the poor food choices I had been making. I was carrying baggage that I had created and also baggage that didn’t even belong to me. So I started working on myself in an emotional and spiritual way that, like good nutrition will always be a life long process.
I recently had the gracious opportunity, through a scholarship program, to attend a class in Indianapolis IN called Breaking Through. What is Breaking Through you might ask? Breaking Through your subconcious ways to a side of awareness. It is hard to describe what it really is. There were about 100 people on the first night. Some did not come back for the second night. Those who didn’t missed out on crying, laughing, loving, and learning. But those of us who did were enriched, enlightened, and left with a better understanding of self, trust, victimazation, intent, result, and a general overview that there is so much more to learn about life and how it should work instead of how it does work. We all think we are right, and we know we have the answers, and we understand when others are hurting. But until you really look deep, I mean really deep, you don’t really know any of that, your not as right as you think you are, no one has all the answers, and you really don’t understand until all the pieces of the puzzle are laid out and put together. Rarely does that even happen. I have been studing this stuff for 14 years, and I knew quite a bit about myself going into the program. I learned more than I ever thought I would, and I feel a bit more grown up today because of it.
This first session is approx. 36 hours of awakening experiences for the taking.Contact http://www.zarvoscoaching.com for more info on how you too can experience Breaking Through. Just tell them you know me, Kathy Carandang, and you to would like a scholarship to the program. There are still seats available for the next two sessions in Sept. and Oct. Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to experience yourself like you never knew yourself before. Come out on the other side of your Break Through a better person. Live a loving life worth laughing through. You’ll be glad you did.
I hope you take advantage of this opportunity of a lifetime. It will take you to a higher place in your existance on this earth than you ever thought was possible. My own daddy gave me some very good advice before he passed away. He said, “Do yourself a favor, grow up don’t grow old.” So Break Through! Grow up and feel and understand more than you ever thought you could, because growing old is NOT an Option!