How my system works
In my last communication, I promised to tell you a bit more about my system and how it works. In this video, I’ll explain how it enables you to create a radical change in every aspect of your life.
My system (the Isha Judd System) is a method for inner transformation; it contains no beliefs or theories and allows us to cultivate unconditional love, first towards ourselves and then toward everyone around us. As we start to expand and stabilize an inner experience of peace and love, we go through a process of releasing the stress that has accumulated in our nervous system throughout our lives, and we begin to truly let go of the fears that limit us. This transformation takes us to a new relationship with our world, and we find ourselves free to live our lives from a place of joy, connection and abundance.
Daily life can be fraught with challenges, especially in a world that encourages us to be constantly looking ahead rather than anchoring ourselves in the precious and powerful gift of this moment. This system allows us to transcend this outward push toward anxiety by teaching us to be here and now, the only place where we will ever be – the perfect place from which to maximize our potential, improve our interpersonal communication, cultivate healthier relationships, and be more loving with ourselves and with our environment. We will learn to love ourselves on an ever-deepening level that goes well beyond our external achievements and expectations. What’s more: the more internal love that we find and cultivate within us, the more love we automatically have to share with those around us. We become love in action. We heal – totally.
- We begin to face the challenges of life calmly, efficiently and joyfully.
- Our ability to communicate honestly and clearly improves dramatically.
- We increase our productivity and creativity by living more in the present moment.
- We overcome the symptoms of stress such as insomnia, migraines and anxiety.
- We start to find and reinforce an ideal balance between life and work.
- We cultivate loving and nourishing relationships with the most important people in our lives.
- We learn to love ourselves at a deeper level that goes well beyond external achievements.
PS: Can you love yourself despite what’s happening externally, or do you need someone else’s approval to feel good about yourself? Do you want to be free of this need for external validation? I’d love to hear what you have to say.
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