Monthly Ho’oponopono Q&A Class
Our classes are live and take place in the last week of each month.
Monthly Ho’oponopono Q&A Teleclass
Stop Paying Attention to
WHAT OTHERS THINK OF YOU
“Do what you feel in your heart to be right – for you’ll be criticized anyway.
You’ll be damned if you do, and damned if you don’t.”
Have you ever noticed how 100 people could say the most beautiful things about you, and then one person comes along and gives you a cross-eyed look or a few critical words, and, suddenly, your whole day derails? Without warning, you’re sent spiraling into an abyss of doubt, self-judgment, and despair.
For as much as we love praise, we really don’t like criticism. Criticism cuts to the heart of who we are and who we think we should be, and should we allow it, can destroy our self-worth and peace of mind. But don’t worry. You’re not alone. At one time or another, it zaps us all.
Until now, my friends. The time has come for us to end the madness and say enough is enough—I will not let criticism keep me from happiness and peace.
So, what do you do with all this criticism?
The answer is simple. You smile a little. Laugh a lot. And always love those who judge. And, while you’re at it, you can stop listening to the noise and start listening to your heart. I will show you how in this month’s judgment-free Q&A:
Stop Paying Attention
TO WHAT OTHERS THINK OF YOU
Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at 12:00 pm PT
Participate from Anywhere in the World!
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You can call from anywhere through the phone or on the WebCast, and if you can’t make the date,
you may still submit your questions and listen to the recording later.
To be clear, you will never keep people from criticizing you. Still, you can take responsibility for letting the judgment hurt you—allowing another’s criticism to zap your energy while feeding your own self-criticism (this is what all criticism aims to do). And, of course, we’re not talking about ignoring all criticism. Some criticism is okay—that which allows you to improve, open yourself to new perspectives, and maybe even practice forgiveness.
We’re talking about unjust criticism that comes from another person’s self-judgment, fear, doubt, and unlived life (where all criticism comes from). We must recognize that criticism is not something someone does to us; it is something we allow to happen. We let the arrows hit. To combat the forces of cynicism, we must put up an armor of love, along with an awareness of where the criticism comes from. I can also think of no better armor than laughter, which keeps us from taking life (and other people’s opinions) way too seriously. Humor also lets us know what we’re hearing isn’t real while gently reminding us that the only way to see the truth is to listen to our heart and then follow it wherever it takes us.
Join me this month as we smile and laugh our way through the illusionary maze of criticism.
I promise you this: waiting at the end of the maze is serenity, joy, and peace of mind.
Only US $37
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