Rachel S. Heslin is the author of Navigating Life: 8 Different Strategies to Guide Your Way (http://tinyurl.com/jw5dc6v) and founder of The Fullness of Your Power (http://www.thefullnessofyourpower.com). She has been immersed in the study of psychology for over 35 years, including facilitating professional trainings for the Southern California Society of Ericksonian Psychotherapy and Hypnosis. Her warmth and compassion are fueled by a delighted curiosity about ever-expanding possibilities, and she loves helping people transform their lives so they can have a powerful impact on the world. Currently, she is president of the Mountain Healing Arts Association.

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Rachel S. Heslin
Recorded: Aug 19, 2016 at 02:00 pm EST
Three of the most destructive words to our ability to thrive are Coulda, Woulda, and Shoulda. How many times have we felt guilt, regret, and shame over our actions? I know that, when I started a deliberate forgiveness practice, it was *so* much easier to forgive others their transgressions than to forgive myself, for I *knew* how much I'd screwed up. But as long as we carry that guilt, we are not only chaining ourselves to our past, but we are depriving the world of what we could become. In The Power of Self-Forgiveness, you will learn: * How self-forgiveness can open up your life * Why we judge ourselves so harshly * Specific ways that you can learn how to make peace with your past If you find yourself awake at night, helplessly obsessing over things youƒ¢ï¿½ï¿½ve done wrong, please join me, and Iƒ¢ï¿½ï¿½ll help you make peace with yourself so you can live your life with confidence, gratitude, and love.
Rachel S. Heslin
Recorded: May 06, 2016 at 03:15 pm EST
Why do we grieve? What prevents us from grieving, and how can *not* setting aside the time to mourn cripple our ability to fully embrace joy? Finally, what can we do to use our grief to deepen our connection with our hearts? The title of this course is inspired by Kahlil Gibran, who said (paraphrased): The deeper that sorrow carves into my soul, the greater my capacity for joy. If you are struggling with loss in your own life, please join me, and I would love to be able to help you move through your mourning and experience the richness of all Life's emotions.
How do you know if the road you are on is taking you where *you* want to go? Do you sometimes feel like every move you make is like sludging through molasses? So many of us who are drawn to the fields of spirituality and healing have a deeply powerful sense of empathy, which is one of our greatest gifts. Unfortunately, all too often, we end up taking on thoughts, judgments, dreams, and goals that don't belong to us. Not only can this be stressful and exhausting, but it robs the world of the unique contribution that only you can make. So how can you tell if you're trying to live your life by someone else's rules? And, more importantly: what can you do about it? Releasing Shoulds & Other People's Goals is a dynamic, practical program to help you clear out false obligations so that the magnificence of your true path can unfold before you. In this course, you will learn: * What "Shoulds and Other People's Goals (OPGs)" are and why it matters * How you can identify Shoulds and OPGs in your own life *How you can release these Shoulds and OPGs to allow your natural brilliance to emerge
Like a teacup already full to overflowing, we can not pursue new dreams or goals when we're drowning in old patterns and projects. In this presentation, you'll learn the four different categories of release, as well as techniques to lovingly honor and let go of those things which do not currently support your new path, freeing you to spread your wings. NOTE: This is an encore presentation of the class, as I seem to have accidentally deleted the original recording. NOTE CHANGE IN DATE.