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Seduce the Muse & Tame Your Inner Critic: 3 Experiential Practices to Awaken Hidden Self-Expression

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Wouldn’t it be wonderful to shush your inner critic’s incessant nagging that you can’t do what you long to do… or aren’t good enough… or aren’t worthy…

… so that your curious, creative, playful self, the Muse, can finally let loose — inspiring you to embark on a liberating, life-enriching journey through the portal of your bold, boundless imagination…

If you’re longing to open to a life rich with creativity, vitality, and soul-satisfying fulfillment, I’m excited to introduce you to Shiloh Sophia, renowned visionary artist and founder of Intentional Creativity®.

On Saturday, January 26, Shiloh will guide you to take your first steps toward soaring past your limiting beliefs and lifestyle — and that nagging inner critic that keeps you there — during a free video event: Seduce the Muse & Tame Your Inner Critic: 3 Experiential Practices to Awaken Hidden Self-Expression.

>> Save your space here for this free video event <<

Seduce the Muse & Tame Your Inner Critic: 3 Experiential Practices to Awaken Hidden Self-Expression

Shiloh lives life as a great adventure, and communicates her philosophy of life through her paintings, poetry, teachings, and entrepreneurship. Her proven methods for “creating with mindfulness” have reached tens of thousands of students, helping them gain the insights needed to unlock the hidden self.

During these fun-filled 60 minutes with Shiloh, you’ll discover:

  • How the inner critic has been with you since childhood and why most of your attempts to break free are doomed to fail

  • A powerful tool you can use to seduce your critic into being your ally

  • Where the Muse hides — and how to invite her out

  • How to listen to the Muse and hear what she’s been wanting to tell you

  • Experiential practices to awaken your self-expression in a 20-minute mini-workshop

  • How unleashing your creativity can help you rewire your brain

This complimentary hour will provide you with fun and easy hands-on practices to start your own creative journey into authentic self-expression… and a more soul-led, joyous, and fulfilling life!

Don’t miss this opportunity to discover how liberating your creative self can be the missing piece that propels you to take the next step in any area of your life.

>> FREE to attend — simply register here <<

Join us for Seduce the Muse & Tame Your Inner Critic: 3 Experiential Practices to Awaken Hidden Self-Expression, and welcome the adventurous, fun-loving part of you that can fully awaken your self-expression and coax your truest Self out of hiding!

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Stop Trying to Fix Yourself: Overcome the Myth of Self-Improvement & Discover the Keys to Mindful Self-Renewal

Experience Zen Buddhist approach to Meditation & Mindfulness

Renew your mind, body, and spirit… and jump off the “self-improvement” train

Is self-improvement a myth?

Have you attended workshops, gone on spiritual retreats, logged countless therapy sessions, and thumbed through an avalanche of self-help books… yet still feel “broken” or incomplete?

And will you still be making New Year’s resolutions, even though most of them tend to fizzle out by the end of January?

What if you could do it differently this year…by aligning your New Year’s intentions with your true essence through deep listening to your heart’s intentions and mindful inquiry…

On Saturday, December 1, Zen Buddhist meditation teacher Deborah Eden Tull will guide you to overcome the myth of self-improvement and set loving intentions aligned with your true, already whole, Self.

>> You can find out more about Stop Trying to Fix Yourself: Overcome the Myth of Self-Improvement & Discover the Keys to Mindful Self-Renewal — and reserve your free seat <<

Stop Trying to Fix Yourself: Overcome the Myth of Self-Improvement & Discover the Keys to Mindful Self-Renewal

During this restorative event about the power of mindful inquiry, fierce compassion, and conscious intentions, you’ll discover:

 

  • A new approach to mindfulness that can organically transform your life 
  • How to get off the hamster wheel of self-improvement — and access your true essence and the present moment 
  • A proven technique to set conscious intentions to renew you in mind, body, and spirit… and help you lean into your highest purpose 
  • The true meaning of the Zen teaching of compassionate self-discipline, which you can easily apply to accomplish your goals and dreams 
  • Fierce compassion and mindful inquiry as the “threshold” to emotional freedom and an awakened life

Eden will invite you to jump off the “self-improvement” train and explore another path of mindfulness that embraces self-renewal and awakening to the perfection of each and every present moment.

>> It’s FREE to attend and you’ll receive a recording if you can’t listen live <<

During Stop Trying to Fix Yourself: Overcome the Myth of Self-Improvement & Discover the Keys to Mindful Self-Renewal, Deborah Eden Tull, who trained for seven years as a Buddhist monk at a silent Zen monastery, will share a fresh, embodied approach to meditation and mindfulness designed to organically transform your life.

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meditate and live longer

Can meditation & purpose of life help you live longer?

What is the one common factor that stands out among the healthiest and longest lived people on the planet?

Purpose.

These people have a reason to live.

Whether it is family, friends, community, work, charity or making a difference in the world in some way, they are clearly motivated to live their best lives.

Surprising fact: Scientific evidence suggests that community and purpose actually impact our physical health and longevity.

Did you know that when the world’s healthiest people are asked about their secrets to living long, healthy, happy lives, the most common answers have very little to do with food or exercise?

Some of the most common reasons they state as to why they live such long, healthy lives were things like purpose, gratitude, and forgiveness.

Episode 7 on 5PM ET, Tuesday May 15th of The Human Longevity Project revolves around mindset, community, spirituality, and emotional trauma. This might be the single most powerful episode of this incredible series!

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You’ll hear from leading researchers, doctors, and experts, as well as elders from the world’s healthiest populations, on how these often overlooked and undervalued factors may actually be the biggest keys to a long, healthy and happy life.

How meditation practice impact longevity?

In new 9 part documentary, The Human Longevity Project, Dr. Datis Kharrazian comments, “In states of meditation… you change your heart rate, you start to release opioids, you go into an anti-inflammatory state… it’s one of the most profound ways to really impact your physiology.” It’ll come as no surprise to you that meditation and mindfulness are good for you.

A new project by my friend and colleague, Jason Prall, actually looked into things like meditation, gratitude, and human connection in the planet’s healthiest people. He also spoke to some of the world’s thought leaders and luminaries, and for the first time, uncovered some of the underlying mechanisms that afford these people such vibrant health and longevity.

In his new series, The Human Longevity Project, Jason gives us a blueprint for living a life filled with purpose, abundant health, and profound happiness. Learn how to watch for free here.

In the upcoming 9 part documentary, The Human Longevity Project, JP Sears comments, “Maybe life loves us enough to gift us with pain, to get our attention, when we’re not calibrated with our life purpose.”

As my friend and health researcher, Jason Prall traveled the world to seek answers from the planet’s healthiest people, a few things became clear: What these extraordinary people all had in common were things like gratitude, community, connection, and a sense of purpose.

These things seemed even more important than diet and exercise. It was these intangible elements that indeed played the biggest role in why they were so happy and healthy, even into their 90s, 100s and beyond. If you’re not familiar with what I’m talking about, you should be.

See, Jason began his global quest 2 years ago, with something he calls, The Human Longevity Project.

You can reserve your spot now for the limited airing of this incredible documentary

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