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ThePowerOfSelfEVOLution with KarenLoveLee

Sharing #GiftsOfWisdom with YOU, allowing your BRILLIANCE to shine! “From Suicide To Self-Love To Purpose,” #ThePowerOfSelfEVOLution healed Karen Love Lee’s life from chronic depression, self-hatred, self-sabotage and double suicide...The death of her youngest sister in 2006, and Karen’s own suicide attempt in 2008. Desperately searching for “The Meaning of Life,” since early childhood, Karen finally magnetized her Divine Calling along her journey of SELF-Realization...#EmpoweringYOU by listening, living, and learning vicariously through tragedy to triumphant stories of #Courage #Perseverance #DivineIntervention #BlindFaith #IndomitableWill #RealRawRelatable #Compelling #Vulnerable #Confronting #Freeing #Rewarding #Magical #OwnYourGenius

DISCLAIMER: Karen Love Lee's soul/sole purpose is to empower human beings through her personal experiences and what transformed her own life.


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Aug 8, 2017

Definition of 'regret': feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity).

Ever suffer from a physical ailment or injury that hinders or stops you from doing what you love? My knee gives out for the first time ever in my life, unconsciously triggering deep-seated regret of not fulfilling upon my most passionate gift, and dreams of dance stardom! All hidden in the subconscious mind with no awareness until I have to face the harsh reality that I can't teach my dance class, as a volunteer, empowering recovering female drug addicts and felons for I'm devastated to say the least. Without my ability to dance for my heart & soul, I feel empty & depressed...Feeling like someone or something  is lost creates feelings of regret, fear, sorrow, sadness. This inner turmoil runs deep ~ all the way back to early childhood, where all "Dis-Ease," disease stems from. The great news is that if we deal with the invisible disempowering debilitating emotions, especially from childhood, I absolutely believe, because I've done it over and over again---we can heal mental, emotional and physical pain. Disclaimer: we must catch it in time, before it too late! The more conscious we are to understand ourselves, the more sustainable power we have for a happy, healthy and miraculous life!!!!! 

"We cannot heal what we cannot feel." ~ John Bradshaw, Author of 'Healing the Shame that Binds You."