‘Keep it simple,’ is one of the classic slogans used in 12 step recovery when things get tough. In this podcast episode, June shares some tools to help you keep things super simple in the midst of overwhelm, frustration and limited time.
In this podcast June shares the importance of play as part of our healing, recovery process. Living under the oppressive system of racism is traumatic, and if we were raised in homes that also were chaotic, play is going to be something the can feel foreign to us because these environments will consciously and unconsciously keep us on high alert. Play is the opposite of trauma, so grab a tea and a pad to take notes as June shares how to bring more fun into your growth process. For details about the living in love programme go to www.love.juneallen.net
In this weeks live stream, June shares a beautiful example of forgiveness and what to do when the person you are trying to forgive is in denial about how they hurt you and are stuck in repeating their hurtful behavior. For more details about the offers in this session go to www.heal.juneallen.net
With recovery and healing comes pain. Sometimes it hurts more than the original hurt because we now have to deal with the years of using the dysfunctional survival behaviors that helped you cope. I know it’s not what you want to hear but that’s the reality. I say this not to scare you but to let you know that despite the pain, you are not alone and there are tools you can use to be more gentle. This work is deeply spiritual, so in this episode I empower you to focus on the peace and not the pace.
Happy New Year! I hope 2020 finds you well and ready for more healing, empowerment and abundance! In today’s live, I share 10 important self checks to nurture your black girl bliss! Enjoy!
For details about the Living in Love program got to www.love.juneallen.net
With the holidays around the corner, June shares how to manage unrealistic exceptions which risk becoming resentments.
For the next 2 weeks, I’ll be opening the Sista Circle space to help you get clear about your boundaries and process your feelings in safe space. This is part of the Living in Love program which you can find out more about here.
If you want more love in your life, you have to be intentional about building the vision and setting goals around how you want to experience it. In this session June explores how you can do this inside the Living in Love program. The first class begins on Wednesday 11 December at 8pm. For full details go to www.love.juneallen.net
After completing the last sista circle cycle, I took the feedback and tweaked it to ensure your experience over the next 12 months will be even better, more accountability, global access and more circle sessions are just a few of the things I’ve added. Whether you’ve worked with me before or new to the game, check out the powerful sessions you will experience in the next round! To claim your spot go to www.love.juneallen.net
To love and be loved is a basic human need. If your childhood experience of love was disrupted by separation, abuse and internalised racism, it will be difficult to give or receive love as an adult. The most important thing to remember as you learn to love is 1. Healing it takes time 2. Love is a verb so you need tools 3. You are not alone and 4. You can’t heal alone! In this live stream, June shares 20 ways to manifest more love with the support of her ‘Living in Love’ online monthly program.