Is this you??

  Are you going through your life feeling like something is missing? You have everything you need; a job, kids, a loving husband, a house… you know you “should” be happy, but some part of the puzzle feels like it is missing.   You just don’t feel fulfilled in your life. Perhaps you are able to label these feelings as depression or anxiety, or you may just feel “blah” most the time and can’t be bothered to even find a label for it.   When you look around everyone else seems to have it all together and then you start to compare yourself to them. You don’t feel good enough, you feel different. You start judging yourself and feel alone.   Alone in that you have no one that you can REALLY talk to. Really say how you feel without being judged or criticized.   Maybe you feel angry but not sure why. That anger starts to play out with you yelling at the kids, being resentful of your husband or your mother. Maybe it’s their fault you feel like this?   And don’t even get me started on “you time”. How can you possibly have time for you when you’re juggling your work, family, your husband, the house AND the dog. You spend your life running around after everyone else, you’re needs aren’t being met… you may have even forgotten what your needs are.   Maybe all of the above stress is having a physical impact on you as well; you’re back has started to hurt, your shoulders aren’t as flexible, you have migraines or menstrual problems or you just lack energy and want to sleep all the time. OR Have you kids grown up and the role of mother is no longer a primary focus for you? What now? What do you like to do?   Can you even remember what you like to do? It’s been such a long time since you’ve had a second to yourself and now that you do you feel alone, forgotten, sad.   Sound familiar?   We’ll I’ll let you in on a little secret. You’re not alone. There are 100’s of other women out there that are feeling just like you are and there is a way you can feel better.   My name is Maiya Kenny and I can teach you tools that will help you to feel more in control, help you realize that you do have choices in life, that you don’t have to keep going the way you are now.   I can’t give you a miracle pill that is suddenly going to make your life perfect and stop every “bad” thing from happening. But I can show you how you can move forward so that you aren’t impacted by other people’s thoughts and actions like you were before.   I can show you that there is another way of living and it’s fun, it’s joyful, it’s empowering and will bring happiness back into your world.   In my courses…   You’ll meet other women who you will be able to totally relate to. We don’t just squash down your feelings and tell you to live with them. We share them, we face them and we let them go so that we can feel lighter and ready to conquer the world.   This isn’t a counseling session; I don’t want you to remain dependant on me. I want you to step out of your story, to get better, to heal, to be happy. One of my clients once said: “You’ve done more for me in one session than years of counseling.”   When you attend one of my courses, you’ll feel like you’ve come home, like you’ve found your tribe, your family.   We have conversations that we can’t have with our families in a safe and non-judgmental space, allowing us to let go of the negativity that is holding us back.   When I teach, I share with you my authentic self. We laugh, we cry but best of all we learn a technique called ThetaHealing which is a tool you’ll take away to implement into your daily life to help you change.   Plus after you’ve attended one of my classes you become a part of the beautiful community that currently exists here at Healing Steps so that you have support moving forward and can keep the momentum of change going.   Sound good? Are you ready to join us for the next course? Click here to find out more details.  


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We hear that word bandied around but what does it actually mean? It means taking ownership of your decisions, your words, your actions, and all the consequences that come as a result. It means acknowledging the role you play in both the successes and failures

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The importance of loving yourself

“The fundamental problem that most patients face is the inability to love themselves.” Bernie Siegel MD

I remember reading his book Love, Medicine and Miracles back at the end of the ’80’s and it resonated so deeply with me, something shifted inside.

Women of my generation have been taught to be perfectionists

We were taught that we need to be all things to all people

We were taught that to do something for ourselves,

to think of ourself was selfish … the very worst sin you could commit it seemed

Then you had people screaming that women can have it all

You could have children, be a mother AND have a high powered job

You could do anything and everything a man could do

What happened as a result of those high expectations was a generation of women who exhausted their bodies and their spirits trying to pack in all that they thought they were supposed to do

Be the 1950’s housewife with the perfect home & perfectly behaved children
and at the same time compete with men in the corporate world.

What an unsustainable, insurmountable goal that was!

In order to attempt to juggle all those balls in the air women had to sublimate their own needs to the needs of others.

When that happens our emotions have to shout louder and louder in order to get out attention

and because there is no time or space to focus on ourselves, plus we’ve been taught that to do so is wrong
thoughts and emotions get pushed further and further down
and that’s when the physical symptoms begin

[I read that martyrs experience chronic resentment – that was so me when my children were younger!]

When you look at this very simplified explanation you can see the problems this created,

both in my generation and the generations to follow.

Each generation tries to rebalance the wrongs they felt the previous generation inflicted upon them

I see the same things manifesting in my clients,
each generation having their own set of issues
and most of them say they feel stuck.

At the crux of all of it is the need
to be seen and heard, to be validated and acknowledged

and how quick the turnaround and change begins when that happens!

Focusing on yourself is not selfish,
experiencing pleasure is not selfish,
they are both crucial for vibrant health!

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Money is the Root of All Evil …

Did you hear that when you were growing up? Perhaps you heard ….. ‘Money doesn’t grow on trees’, ‘we can’t afford it’, ‘I don’t know how we’re going to pay these bills’, ‘you need money to make money’, ‘you have to work hard to earn

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