Do you have a supportive inner critic or inner coach? And how do we nurture a more loving inner voice? We truly have a nurturing supporter higher self—if we pause and let the power in.
Near Death Experiences have always fascinated me, in which people are pronounced dead but come back to life. Anita Moorjani, who wrote the book Dying to be Me, experienced something truly amazing with her Near Death Experience. Dying of cancer while in a coma, she had a miracle occur. When brought back to life, she had a spontaneous remission whereby her cancer totally disappeared over a few weeks.
While in this higher place, she felt such incredible love–far beyond what any of us can imagine. Yet, she was told by her deceased father that it was not her time, that her husband and family still needed her. When she came back after her NDE, she saw her world in a new light. She realized the old Anita had been extremely harsh and critical of herself, and she no longer wanted to live like this. Here are some of the things Anita has discovered:
- Overcome the mind and shift to the heart
- Create gaps between thoughts, so the soul can hear us
- Being of service is the “Real Work.”
- Being attached to outcomes creates stress
- Trust the Universe has the best plan for you
- And focus on the states you desire and choose more happiness
Let me know if you need help with turning off the inner critic and developing a more loving inner voice. Schedule a complimentary breakthrough session.
Vicki Atlas Israel is a Mindset and Meditation Coach, and the Amazon bestselling author of Inner Power NOW. Vicki is passionate about bringing more peace to children and parents to help awaken their best life.