You have imagined what your life would be like if you weren't so afraid of being yourself for too long.
You're ready, I can feel it. Because if you weren't, you wouldn't be here. You are ready for this.
This is where you transform from insecure, closed off, and afraid to the vulnerable, confident, and brave individual God destined you to be.
I was there once too. I spent most of my life with zero confidence, low self-esteem, and hustling for my worth with little to show for it. I lived from a place of fear that I'd never be good enough. No one would ever accept me as I am, I thought, because I never felt I fit in anywhere.
I would try, oh how I tried! I looked the part, I played the roles, and I bought all the right things but inside my soul was crushed. I pushed it down as far as I could to avoid criticism for being different or even being noticed. I believed the very parts of myself that made me, me - were incomplete and undesirable.
All the gifts I'd been given from God were unused and abandoned. My life was cluttered with stuff I didn't need, activities I didn't like, lies I'd held onto as truth, and deep unhealed psychological wounds.
So many opportunities were lost because of fear that my 'baggage' would be too much for people. I lived a careful life to not leave the box I felt other's put me in, but in reality I created the box which imprisoned me.
Then one day I heard God say in my spirit, "The gifts you have I gave you for a reason. Stop hiding them from the world."
When I started the minimalism journey I was surprised how it not only changed my home and schedule, but how I felt a new freedom - a soul freedom - to just be. As I cleared out my home, my head cleared. I found a new confidence in my simplicity, as if it were the key to unlock my soul from the chains of hustle for my self-worth.
That's exactly why I created Soul Deep Simplicity.
What you'll get from Soul Deep Simplicity
Soul Deep Simplicity is designed to walk you though three areas that our soul loses in the cluttered life:
After the clutter is cleared our souls are exposed and raw from years of rejection and abandonment. Life focused on status and material things or people pleasing and comparisons erodes our ability to settle into our soul's core of being vulnerable and confident in who we truly are.
There is a way to come back to yourself - to restore your God knitted soul to it's purpose.
This course is for you if....
This course is for you if you've struggled with self-confidence, shame, hustling for your worthiness, and overwhelmed by living up to the standards of our society.
If you are looking for yourself, the you underneath your stuff, then this course will guide you though the areas that steal your confidence and ability to connect with who you are.
If you are wondering how all of this simple living can bring you close to God, to your purpose, and your identity in Him, this course is based on Biblical truths and provides a scripture study in each lesson.
You were made on purpose with a purpose. Don't let one more day go by unsure of who you are, what you are meant to do, and how to find your confidence in a simple life.
You will receive:
Minimalism has always been a spiritual process for me, because it was how I discovered God put specific gifts inside my soul and they had been covered by all the clutter in my life. Simplifying the physical and non physical in my life transformed my insecure and fearful soul into a beautiful work in progress through vulnerable confidence and acceptance of my identity.
I think it can do the same for you!
Enroll today and get instant access to every lesson and resource.
Lisa writes to encourage and inspire a simple life of love, purpose, joy, and presence by pursing minimalism, intentional living, faith, and gratitude.
She is a stay at home wife and mom who loves Jesus, is passionate about becoming her best self through simplicity, and helping others find their way through their stuff and into their soul.
Lisa blogs at http://simpleandsoul.com and lives in Southern California. She's originally from the Pacific Northwest.