Oprah and Marianne Williamson: Our Deepest Fear and Why We’re Obsessed with Success


Dear Friends, 

Have you ever felt that it’s much harder to live half-arsed than to really show up?

In my life, when I don’t do things like exercise, getting enough rest, eating well — I feel like I have a leak in my energetic boat.

However, one of the most draining things I can do is pretend to be small. This can come in the form of thinking I’m not good enough, trying to keep others happy or not following my heart.

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure…
Your playing small does not serve the world…
As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.”

~ Marianne Williamson 

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Marianne Williamson talks about how playing small disempowers us, makes us afraid of offending others — and perpetuates the myth of celebrity culture.

I’m deeply honoured to be hosting a one-day workshop with Marianne Williamson in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

In this powerful one-day workshop you’ll learn: 

  • How love, compassion and forgiveness are not just words or symbols – but transformational tools for your relationships
  • How to free yourself from limiting beliefs regarding food, body image and physical intimacy
  • Why your relationship to your body is primary to your spiritual journey
  • How to cultivate self-love to create a deep and abiding sense of inner peace

May this daylong workshop return us to the truth in our hearts — and allow your own truth to shine!

I hope you can join us.

Warmly, Jono

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