TV – My Beliefs Are Important To Me ~ Karen Leslie

TV – My Beliefs Are Important To Me ~ Karen Leslie

Thu. Jan 26 AT 9:30 am EST


Cultivating Kindness With Karen 

Were you raised to have beliefs? Were you told it was important to have beliefs? Did your family instill in you the long held family beliefs?

Beliefs and values often go hand-in-hand. For many people they are a source of pride and identity. A great example of this is in the USA when people say they are Red or Blue based on their beliefs or family.

Karen will be exploring how our beliefs shape our world and the choices we make (not in politics). If you would like to see how your life is a reflection of your beliefs, be sure to listen to this show.

*Listen now on the Inspired Choices Network app!  https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/links/

~ More About Cultivating Kindness With Karen

Karen Leslie is an Educator and an Expert Healer who has been facilitating energy with others for over 25 years.  Her life of depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts has led her on an interesting, and at times, turbulent path to where she is today.

Kindness was definitely missing in Karen’s life.  Karen was always kind and compassionate to others, however she was not showing kindness to herself.  Today Karen knows that kindness towards others was actually a way of avoiding her own wounds and sadness.  These choices created a life of ‘people pleasing’, keeping the peace and avoiding conflict; especially if it involved having to say “No” to someone else.

Karen knows now that everything we do to help ourselves from the neck up will help everything from the neck down.  Karen now lives each day with enthusiasm, excitement, an openness to new adventures and a great deal of kindness towards everyone, most especially herself.

www.karenleslie.ca

To get more of Cultivating Kindness With Karen, be sure to visit the podcast page for replays of all her shows here: https://www.inspiredchoicesnetwork.com/podcast/cultivating-kindness-with-karen/

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