WITH CHRISTINE HASSLER
Are you truly free?
This week we celebrate the 4th of July in the US. Freedom is defined as: “The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.” We are blessed to live in a
This week we celebrate the 4th of July in the US. Freedom is defined as: “The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.” We are blessed to live in a time when we have these freedoms; yet so many of us are NOT free inside.
We feel trapped in discontent when our reality does not match our expectations. We keep ourselves prisoners with judgment. We sentence ourselves to a story about life that holds us back.
Each year I pick a quality to focus on and this year it is FREEDOM because when I feel truly free inside, everything in my life flows.
And I want the same for you.
I invite you to liberate yourself by enrolling in my online video workshop “How to Overcome Expectation Hangovers.” In this course, I break down the complex and overwhelming experience of recovering from disappointment into a step-by-step treatment plan. You will learn how to eliminate suffering on the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual levels so you feel FREE.
In this course you can access from anywhere and take at your own pace, you will:
Free yourself from judgment. Stop being so hard on yourself. Seriously. It’s not getting you where you want to go. You may think that being critical will motivate you to be better but it doesn’t. Unreasonable expectations of yourself are unreasonable.
Free yourself from comparison. Comparing yourself to others blinds you from seeing who you truly are and robs you of the expression of your own unique gifts. You dim your light every time you believe someone else’s is brighter or better @christinhassler (Tweet this!)
Free yourself from anxiety. I guarantee that if you are feeling anxious, it is because your thoughts are drifting towards the future. Anxiety is the physiological response to your mind’s temptation to anticipate some future event over which you feel you have no control. It is impossible to be anxious if you are fully in the present moment.
Free yourself from what other people think of you. If you are overly concerned about what other’s opinion or pleasing them, you are a prisoner of their expectations. You are choosing to withhold expressing who you TRULY are and in doing so you are keeping yourself, your Light, and your Love from the world.
And finally . . . free yourself from suffering. There is what happens and then there is how you respond to what is happening. The severity and duration of your Expectation Hangover depends on your response to it. Stop asking, “why is this happening?” and start asking, “what am I learning?”
Every disappointment or setback is a doorway to tremendous opportunity @christinhassler (Tweet this!)
You can wait for time to set you free or you can free yourself NOW from heartache, career discontent, loneliness, relationship struggles or just not feeling like you are living into your full potential.
Remember you and only you hold the key to your freedom. No one else is going to come and unlock the door to your happiness.
Take a step with me today and join me for this special workshop. It is available virtually from anywhere in the world and you can do it on your own time.
Liberate yourself from your Expectation Hangover and enjoy the fireworks from the Universe!
“Christine is a divine teacher and guide. In Expectation Hangover, she helps us reframe our disappointment by guiding us to see our obstacles as detours in the right direction. This course gives us a window of opportunity to change our patterns and open our hearts to a new way of perceiving the world.” – Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of Miracles Now
“Christine’s clear voice reminds us, no matter where we are in life, of a timeless truth: that we all have within us the ability to meet life’s challenges, be empowered through adversity, and move from struggle to grace.” – Arianna Huffington, editor in chief of the Huffington Post and author of Thrive