Legends says that hummingbirds float free of time, carrying our hopes for love, joy, and celebration.
The hummingbird’s delicate grace reminds us that life is rich, beauty is everywhere, every personal connection has meaning and that laughter is life’s sweetest creation. –Papyrus
When you are Heart Centered, you are living each moment the best of who you are. You are open and honest with yourself. You are confident, you know your self- worth and self-value.
You are connected with your soul and you are fully empowered with who you are. You contribute to the Universe’s field of life and you begin to create powerful and sweeping changes in your own life, navigating the uncharted waters in pursuit of all you were meant to be and all you are meant to create in this lifetime.
When you are your best, you share our best with everyone that crosses your path. When you are Heart Centered you see the best in yourself as well as others. You articulate your thoughts and feelings. Being Heart Centered is about self-discovery. It is about you and your evolving wisdom.
This connects you to your soul and you learn to live from your soul each and every day and your boomerang reward for that is greater fulfillment and purpose.
Use 2 different colored pens / pencils. You will use one color to take the good qualities from Knowing Yourself and put them as follows. Then with your second color, add the things you want to add to your qualities.
Keep this picture of you as a Heart – Centered being somewhere you can look at it each day. Remind yourself that you are all of these wonderful things. This will help you integrate and align your higher purpose, which is to be deeply rooted in your true self!Posted: Thursday, August 18th, 6:09pm 3 years ago
“The positive vibe I have when I'm around Deb and in her presence is incredible. Whether you're looking for someone to help you find yourself or looking to connect with someone on the other side, she will be able to do it! I love working with her and her energy is just simply wonderful.” -Laura Robinson