Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A new day, a new way to shift the blues, a new course!

Dear Friends,

It's a very happy day here. I've put the finishing touches on my new, self-paced E-Course and it's ready to go!

I'm excited and I'm wondering if this program is for YOU.

What To Do When You Are Feeling Blue:

30 Days of Insights and Practices to Change the “Hue” of Your Life

Just in time to beat the holiday blues—or whatever reason you might feel sad. Hormones. Money woes. Concerns about your kids or your health. Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Sadness is perfectly normal, you know. We all experience it now and then, some of us more than others. Yet, there is very good news about sadness. There is a way through it, a path that actually leads to greater self-awareness.

I know about sadness. I’ve experienced it many times in my life and still do on occasion. But instead of it ruling my life, I now know what to do with it. Sadness does not need to paralyze us. In fact, properly framed, it can serve as a powerful catalyst for clarity and growth. I am eager to share with you the powerful practices I've used—and still use—to move beyond daily bouts of sadness. 

That is the purpose of my dynamic new, 30-day e-course, “What To Do When You’re Feeling Blue”: to show you, firsthand, how to navigate sadness; how you can guide it, instead of it steering you; how you can work with it to bring joyful new experiences into your life; and, ultimately, how to move beyond it, so it won’t affect you in the same way ever again. 30 days, 30, Practices, to change your life! Self-paced relief when you need it most. 

One empowering, uplifting Lesson/practice sent to your Inbox each day.
With 30 days of practice, I guarantee you can create a new habit of gladness—no matter what is happening in your life. I'd love to show you how.


Lisa (Mommy Mystic) said...

Sounds wonderful Jan, I just tweeted it and will try and FB it at some point (need to spread out my shares so as not to be too annoying:-)

Jan Lundy said...

Lisa, thank you for sharing this out there. I'd love for many women to be helped by it. Sadness is so paralyzing unless we truly know how to respond to it and reorient ourselves- which is what our very first Lesson is about. Appreciate you!