A Gateway to Soul ConnectionSimple & Sacred Self-Care
Loving & Trusting Who You Are
Learn How To:
- Nourish yourself so you can feel healthy, balanced, and grounded.
- Focus on simple self-care fundamentals to keep alive in your everyday life.
- Implement healthier choices that feel in alignment with you.
- Release anxiety and doubt, and cultivate self-love and compassion
I remember a time when self-care and self-love were not a part of my life. For nearly 15 years, I experienced anxiety, depression, and panic. Low self-value, emotional pain, poor nutrition, and an unhealthy lifestyle had become a way of life for me.
After having an emotional breakdown in my 30’s, I knew I had to do something radically different. I had to change. I began to dig a little deeper. I took note of my life. I realized one major aspect was missing: self-care.
At first, I didn’t know how to go about it.
I thought self-care was boring and didn’t have time for it. Creating time for self-care was something I did when I absolutely needed it, like when my energy was depleted, or when I went on vacation.
But over time, by sticking to simple methods and getting results, I saw how significant self-care was. I could feel the difference it made – how self-care strengthened and beautified my life! The anxiety and overwhelm started to lift and healing began. I saw that when I put self-care first, everything else fell into place.
This Is Why I Still Practice Self-Care and Help Others Connect With It Too.
It’s Also Why I Wrote The Book, “Loving Who You Are.”
You don’t need to have a breakdown or have anything drastic happen in your life to receive more self-care and love. Often it’s just a few key changes that can help shift your awareness and give results. Self-care isn’t selfish. In fact, the opposite. The more you nurture yourself, the more you can nurture others.
My name is Dena and I wrote “Loving Who You Are, A Self-Care Guide to Nurture Your Body, Spirit, Mind” to inspire you to love and nurture who you are. Loving Who You Are and my self-care sessions come from a belief that self-care, love, and trust in yourself is one of the most important things in life.
Now is your time!
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Dena Leigh Carter, Author of Loving Who You Are
Dena has been studying and practicing mind-body-spirit health since 2003 when she discovered how it helped heal her depression and anxiety. An author, artist, and yoga healer with over 25 years experience, she inspires others through her books, yoga classes, art, and self-care education.
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I’m looking forward to benefiting from the wisdom of your book. I believe I’ve shifted to a place where I am now ready to take it to heart and really apply it in my life.
LOVING WHO YOU ARE
A Self-Care Guide To Nurture Your Body, Spirit, Mind