What if you could live the life you've always dreamed of? Many of us will never come to grips with who we really are in our lifetime. We are hemmed in and conflicted by a myriad of differing opinions and standards about who we should be, what we should achieve, and how we should be living. Do we ever stop and think about what we actually want, what would bring us our greatest joy so we can live for and as our true selves?
Going Home starts the journey from that inauthentic life we are living now to our true selves and that best of all places: Our heart of hearts, our soul, our eternal light - our core of steel. When we get there, we will understand at a very visceral, fundamental level what we want to do with our lives. And that, at the end of the day, is the point.
If you have ever wondered if you are: In the right course of study, in the right job, earning enough, with the right person or making the right decision. Wonder no more.
You are about to begin to free yourself from: Being unsatisfied when you reach your goals, second-guessing yourself at every step, feeling lost and alone, or crippling fears.
You will: Find out what your true and best dreams are, determine what you have to do to achieve them, take control of your emotions and reach joy, defeat the hidden agendas that trip you up, find and change the beliefs that are keeping you down, add up all the parts of you to make sense and work together and achieve all that you have laid out for yourself with ease.
Know that "miracles" are effortless and natural and what you can be achieving right now. Your Core of Steel is the strong, resilient being inside of you. Uncover that tensile strength!
What was most disappointing about Penni Mannas Diefendorf’s story?
Nothing new or revolutionary was shared in the book, far to may cliches used, very predictable