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Book Discussion: Finding Peace at the Center of the Storm
February 7 @ 7:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Inspirational Book Of Quotes To Help You Find Peace
In the movie, Pretty Woman, Julia Roberts dismisses a series of compliments from Richard Gere by saying, “The bad stuff is easier to believe, have you ever noticed that?” There is a reason why doubts, fears and negativity seem to penetrate our psyche and deliver a heavy emotional punch that can feel hard to shake. Words carry a vibrational frequency, just like music. Similar to feeling the deep bass notes of a song booming throughout the body, wide waves of negativity resonate with a palpable force that slow and lower our vibration.
Whether negative thoughts are self-inflicted, spring from other’s perceptions of us, or come from hearing disheartening words, to combat the heavy, resonate power of the low notes, turn up the volume on the high notes. The highest vibration that carries the power to break old patterns, lift your spirit, and allows you to shine with a pure awareness of your innate, inner beauty – is Love.
Life works better when you aren’t driving in reverse. Therefore, how do you keep your gaze forward rather than staring through the rearview mirror of regret? How do you brush aside the debris of doubt that is cluttering your road and impeding your progress? How do you snuff out fear’s flames threatening to burn up your bridges to a future designed by your inner purpose? How do you boost your confidence?
Kosher refreshments and champagne will be served!
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Nancy Ganz, J.D., earned a B.S. in communications and a law degree before pursuing a career in finance. She is a Harvard trained Mediator and Negotiator and is certified by the World Coach Institute and International Coach Federation as a Life Coach.