Everything starts with your relationship with yourself.
There is no other you. You deserve to be known, loved and accepted. Acceptance is an art (and it’s an inside job). Project: Love, Me is the work of the art of accepting YOU.
You return to your natural, loving state by doing the work to acknowledge everything that you reject in you and around you. Your natural self-love emerges when you fact-check your unloving thoughts, judgments, beliefs and behaviors.
It is a day-to-day, moment-to-moment project and it allows you to be more alive.Only $25
What You Need To Know
You can work through this book however you like. What I request is that you take your time. The book is designed in 26 lessons, encouraged to be taken on, one by one, spending a week reading and allowing the lesson to resonate, going within to assess your personal connection to the lesson and then meditating with an audio coaching bit that supports you practicing focus on the part of you that the lesson speaks to.
Six months is a commitment.
When was the last time you made that kind of commitment to yourself, the one person you get to spend every moment of your life with? Do you make commitments and promises to yourself? Perhaps it is time to start or time to deepen that practice.
There is no right way to heal and grow. Growth takes healing. You have to shed what does not serve you to make room for what does.
For 26 weeks, you will be building a language of knowledge, care, trust and respect (The Harvest Method) with a weekly dose of lessons and concepts that you can expect to deepen once you choose to become a student of The Harvest Method. There will be baby tastes of the coaching we do over here.
What you get
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills
- Understanding and Application of the Law of Attraction
- Lessons to Balance Between Logic and Emotion
- Tools for Long-term Effective Soothing Behaviors
- A Strengthened Voice
- Support Learning to Ground Yourself
- Creative Inspiration
- Empowered Action
- Guidance Toward Heart-Centered Purpose
- Expanded Intuitive, Conscious Awareness
Taking care of yourself is a continuous learning (and discovering) process. It is empowering and liberating but, at times, can be frustrating, overwhelming, and downright scary. Rachel is your co-pilot on the journey—fact-checking your learned ways of thinking, asking poignant questions that help you to actually learn to listen to yourself, steering you back on track when you drift away from honoring your true needs and desires, and empowering you with the ability to do all that for yourself.Mary C, Student/Dancer
Her ability to help gently guide me towards feeding myself with self love and genuine acceptance is remarkable.Jen U, Musician