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“I Belong”

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I listened to a business pep talk the other day and the lovely girl who wrote it suggested four things to offer business clients: 

 

1 is to provide a community of like minded people who can create friendships and support one another
2 is to provide sacred spaces where people feel safe to share who they are inside,
3 is to simply love the the people you are serving! and
4 is to notice, appreciate, hear and understand them to show them that love!

I thought it was great advice, {thank you for the reminder Fabienne}. We endeavor to offer these exact things at Lioness!

But even more importantly than what this recipe can do for a business, I’ve been thinking that this is a great recipe for what we want to offer the people we call family.

It’s really a little lesson on validation isn’t it?

So… is there someone in your house who could use an extra dose of understanding today?

I challenge you to find them (and I will too) and let them know, by your validating ways, that they belong in your heart.

Be well!

Jacque

That Face!

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A truth that was brought home to me lately is that the tired and rundown version of ourselves

comes across to our peeps an awful lot like our angry and frustrated self. Very similar energy that tells people to watch out, there’s uncertainty ahead!

Not a pretty picture.

We owe it to our families to strive to be the best version of ourselves {rested, balanced, pleasant} as we possibly can as often as we can.

That, most likely, means slowing down to the speed of real life.  Accepting things and people as they are, and finding joy in the most basic and simple happenings of our family life.

Be that girl with the smiling eyes.  Laugh at your children’s humor. Watch their antics and cartwheels. Cook for them and talk to them over dinner. Love them every way you possibly can.

But first, love yourself and care for yourself.

Everyone will benefit from your self-care efforts.

Love,

Jacque

 

You Are A Gift

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A new book from Lioness, just for the young Lioness in your life!

This is mostly a picture book, with instructions on how to write and use declarations as a wellness tool.

Wouldn’t you love to have known how to write declarations for yourself when you were 16?

What declarations are you writing for your benefit now?

If you are interested in having one of these books let me know!

Love,

Jacque

“I am training my mind. I think in positives.  I believe in miracles.”

7 Steps Seminar Coming!

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To those of you who have attended the Lioness at the Door 7 Steps to Family Wellness, seven-month seminar, may I ask a favor of you?

Would you think for a bit about the most important take away you had from your experience in seminar and share it in a comment here?

God willing, we will start the 2017 series this month and I’d love for those who are thinking about registering, to hear your favorite or most life-changing lessons.

Our 2016 groups were stellar and I love all of you!

Here is a sneak peek at what you will find in the 7 Steps Workbook:

“Now, if you’re a champion at hearing negatives, believing negatives, and feeling crippled and then paralyzed by negatives, you will have to understand that this process of learning to take control of your mind, or rather to redirect it over and over until the negative default habit is curbed,will actually make chemical changes in your body and you may encounter resistance to this new way of thinking.  Not to mention that since you have believed these untruths for so long, the truth may sound downright fake and utterly wrong!  That is, of course, more nonsense!  We are God’s children, full of promise and infinite value possessing the power to choose and to learn from our experiences.  It follows then that to progress, to move forward, we have to become our own best advocate, hear the blatant lies we have believed, and proverbially kick them to the curb!  We are Lionesses!  We are family leaders!  This is the battle to fight; the interior battle for peace within. Then we can begin to tackle other problems in our personal and family terrain.”

No more being victimized by negative thoughts. No more!”

That is a good reminder for me today. I hope it is good food for thought for you too.

If you know of someone who would thrive in seminar, please spread the word! I look forward to another growing year with another great group!

Jacque