It’s Never too Late to REWRITE our Childhood Stories
June 21 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
$25 for the Workshop
$35 for the Workshop and a copy of Lysa’s book I Cried. And People Loved Me Anyway.
As a follow-up to the Sunday lesson, Lysa Allman-Baldwin will be presenting a special workshop: “It’s Never too Late to REWRITE our Childhood Stories.” When it comes to our childhood, whether we say it was “good” or perhaps “bad,” the interpretations we made about the events and situations during that time have a profound effect and play an integral role in how we navigate through life as adults. As such, the subconscious beliefs through which we filter all of our life experiences sometimes operate us from the shadows, instead of us operating them.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to:
- Tap into your childhood to uncover the core issues of the triggers that keep sabotaging you
- Acknowledge, listen to, and support your younger self from the position of your older, wiser self
- More closely examine your old childhood stories in order to separate “fact from fiction”
- Step out into the world in a greater way that supports living a passionate life filled with authenticity and purpose
Give yourself a gift by attending this special workshop!
I Cried. And People Loved Me Anyway. The story of how, due to a successive series of events, one woman’s life completely fell apart. And she was, literally, ready to check out. No longer able to maintain the subconscious façades she had built up since childhood, the master of coverups she had become shattered into bits and she was left with no idea who she really was. But through faith, prayer, self-forgiveness, and a lot of unconditional love—of herself and from others—she moved from the depths of despair to living a truly authentic life filled with passion and purpose.