“The hardest times to choose love are the very times when you can most grow spiritually. In fact, they are the only times you can grow spiritually!”
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I am sharing a sneak preview of my healing journey and book in development.
Beyond offering a glimpse at “my story,” I feel compelled to share that I made a divinely guided choice after my diagnosis to live from love versus fear. That choice led me to honor my mind, body and spirit in new ways.
I continue to deepen my sense of love, and coach, teach and show up in relationships from that foundation. Sometimes, I make mistakes in this laboratory of life, but I continue to be a willing learner, more consciously practicing authentically loving behaviors.
I believe at the end of life, for whatever its duration may be, that the greatest “accomplishment” is knowing that we have loved and are loved.
Getting to Italy is still one of my bucket list items, but at the top of my vision board now is my mantra on choosing to live from love.
I hope you enjoy my short video, and if you feel inspired to post a comment or share it with someone it may help, I would be most grateful:
P.S.—For more details about healing from cancer, click here.
Gail Kauranen Jones is an intuitive coach, gifted wordsmith and inspiring teacher who has been leading others through transformation for more than twenty years. She is the author of two books, Cancer as a Love Story: Developing the Mindset for Living, and To Hell and Back…Healing Your Way through Transition. Both books were met with rave reviews on Amazon and elsewhere.
She recently appeared as a guest “worthiness coach” on CBS TV’s award-winning talk show The Doctors and on Sirius FM Radio. Her articles and “tips” on worthiness have also appeared several times in Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper.
She has taught many leading-edge workshops at top spas and wellness centers. She now leads Zoom group coaching programs and is a guest speaker at many related events.
Gail lives a passionate and simple life writing, hiking, connecting in meaningful ways, aligning in joyful collaboration and thriving in nature.