Many people base their self-worth on what others think. It can be scary to change something about yourself or break harmful patterns because of the fear of what others will think of you, even if it’s for your own highest good. We are all unique and oftentimes, we don’t recognize the power we truly have because this fear that we won’t be accepted holds us back.
In this episode of From Survivor to Thriver, we sat down with special guest Kerri Hummingbird to talk about how we can finally break those patterns, stop trying to find our validation in other people, accept our differences, and start loving and fully embracing our true selves.
Kerri Hummingbird, Soul Guide and host of Soul Nectar Show, is also the #1 international best-selling author of “The Second Wave: Transcending the Human Drama” and the award-winning best-selling book “Awakening to Me: One Woman’s Journey to Self-Love” which describes the early years of her spiritual awakening.
Kerri has over 30 years of experience in leading by inspiration and a special passion for reconnecting people to the guidance of our Mother Earth. She mentors women to rewrite the story of their lives through inner transformation, connection to essence, remembrance of purpose, and realignment to authenticity and truth.
She also inspires people to lead their lives wide awake with an authenticity, passion, and purpose that positively impacts others while catalyzing mind shifts that transform life challenges into gifts of wisdom.
In today’s episode we cover:
We hope you enjoyed this conversation with Kerri as much as we did. If you are interested in learning more from Kerri, make sure to check out her books here or tune into the Soul Nectar Show!
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“Acceptance is the greatest gift we can give others or ourselves.” -Kerri
“None of us need permission from anyone to do anything.” -Erik
“Many of us don’t understand our power.” -Marc