Undistinguished ways of being…


“Spending your life fixing yourself only leads to finding more things to fix and you ain’t broken. What if you could just embody a new way of operating so that hundreds of beliefs left at a time?
Jennifer Hough


Do you have unidentified embodied habits that drive the bus of your life?

Until we understand what it is to embody our way of operating in alignment with the laws of life, life is just a series of fix-it actions.

Embodied old, automatic operating systems disappear when the entire operating system is aligned with thriving. So, instead of fixing what doesn’t work, we actually come to a life frequency more aligned with how consciousness works. Those old patterns simply cannot exist anymore as they don’t match our new way of plugging into life.

A recent incident with my family is a great example. There are clues how to permanently get out of doing ‘the work’ of fixing our protective identities, or working so hard on repatterning.

Spending your life fixing yourself only leads to finding more things to fix and you ain’t broken!

What if you could just embody a new way of operating so that hundreds of beliefs left at a time?

I’m so grateful for this recent little incident with Dad and my sisters that I’m sharing all about it with you in the 10-min video above. Give it a watch and see if it resonates, or maybe even frees you a little?

With love,
Jennifer
xoxoxo


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