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Thu, Jul 20, 2017, 9:00 AM – Sat, Jul 22, 2017, 6:00 PM MDT
WHAT DO YOU REALLY WANT?
Deep down, all of us want basically the same things: We want to have thriving healthy relationships. We want to feel healthy, sexy, and energetic. We want to have the money to enjoy life. We want to feel like we’re making a contribution and living our purpose every day. We want to feel loved and to feel happy. We want to “have it all.” We want to live a LIMITLESS LIFE.
Yet, despite our desires, many feel limited, stuck and struggling in many areas of their life. Based on statistics, MOST people are unhappy in their relationships, frustrated, unsatisfied in their jobs, and struggling--financially burdened by debt and unable to live the life they want.
If you’re ready to escape the LIMITS that have been holding you back, this breakthrough event has been strategically designed to teach you the MINDSET and SKILLSET required to live a LIMITLESS LIFE.
The secret to living a limitless life is by becoming an unconditional being—Imagine no conditions set on your ability to live and create.
You were born to create your ideal life. You deserve to have it all. This is your divine Birthright!
In order to create that life however, you must learn how to breakthrough the top limiting beliefs that have been holding you back, including some of the popular lies like:
- I'm not good enough
- No one loves me
- I can't afford it
- I don't deserve it
- I'm not worthy
- I can't change
- It's too much risk
- I'm too fat
- I can't do it
- It's not my nature
- I don't have energy
- I'm too scared
These false beliefs contribute to your paradigm. They limit all of life’s outcomes. Unchallenged, your limited belief system will produce shame, guilt, depression, fear, anger, frustration, chronic health issues, and lack in everything you desire.
The only hope to achieve your dreams is to retrain your brain. We must learn to have our minds work for us rather than against us in living the life we want.
Teens 16-18 years may register and attend if accompanied by a parent.