Dear Inner Circle,
Last month a client graduated from her first IN 90 Day Transformation. We took more than 90 days because we let the process take us were it led and we needed to be, as only it can, so we followed the path for about an extra month.
We work hard, and with very special and deep layers of awakening to self love, so I will never let go of your hand until you meet your commitment for your journey.
This commitment was to learn self love, so to not keep making the same choices in romantic relationships.
Of course this all starts within, and I know this journey well, for it is a personal one that I too have walked and now use the same processes when guiding.
Tears spilled as her transformation was realized, for her openness to find and process the amazing works that led to her truths that had been blocked by fear, judgement, and self doubt.
Life is so good, and we all have the right to live a life worth having and sharing with others, and it really does all start with your relationship with you.
Internal Narcissus believes it is our duty to use our inner abilities and wisdoms to find the places in our lives that have become catches that keeps us circling in the same patterns year after year.
That with love and care we can gratefully find and take down those old walls and belief systems to rebuild anew. I know this because I am this now, and one day when you start your journey, you can know and be this, too.
Only you have the keys, but having a guide is what brings focus to the process creating the energies for new ways of looking through your glass.
I am ready are you?
Kellie J. Wright
Self Love Transformation Guide at Internal Narcissus and Internal Journeys
Kellie J. Wright is the Voice and Author at Internal Narcissus, and Host at Internal Narcissus Radio|Conscious Speaks. She guides 90 Day Spiritual Transformation’s at Internal Journeys. Kellie is on a journey of self discovery to heal mind, body, and spirit while walking a master’s path of enlightenment. Internal Narcissus is about learning to love ourselves, so we can truly love others. It is a circle.
P.S. Self Love is Self-Actualization: noun, Psychology. 1. the achievement of one’s full potential through creativity, independence, spontaneity, and a grasp of the real world.