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Relax, Let Go, and Thrive: Suggestion for Busy People

Posted: February 12, 2019 at 7:07 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Janet G. Nestor, author, licensed counselor and Founder of the Center of Well-Being and expert in energy healing and relaxation strategies joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Janet G. Nestor discuss the following:

  1. Can busy people with a business, a home and family really relax and enjoy life?
  2. Give us a mental picture of someone that appears to be thriving in all areas of their life.
  3. You say that inner peacefulness exists within everyone. Is there research that proves that?
  4. You have A Daily Wellness Routine outlined in your book. Can you give us a brief idea of what that is and why you have included it? How does it help the individual who is already overloaded with things to do? 
  5. Would you give us your best suggestion for quieting our minds, letting go of stress, Thriving! 

Janet G. Nestor is an author, licensed counselor, and expert in energy healing and relaxation strategies, who is regularly interviewed about mindful living and inner peacefulness. Her deep connection and ability to communicate with Spirit are the foundations of her all her work. It is through our increasing ability to understand what life is, knowing it is more than what we can see, touch, and hear, that we become more effective communicators and succeed in making positive life changes.

In her individual work with her clients, and in her classes, she emphasizes allowing ourselves to learn and grow at our own speed. From the place of now, we live each day, one day at a time, leaving self-criticism and judgment behind. In this non-judgmental, compassionate atmosphere, healing occurs, whether it is mental, emotional, spiritual, or physical, and whether it is the healing of ourselves, our family, our community, or our world.

Janet’s first book, Pathways to Wholeness was updated and republished in 2018. Her most recent book, Revolutionize Your Health: How to Take Back Your Body’s Power to Heal and co-authored by Cornelia Merk is available soon on Amazon. As natural-born intuitive, Janet had a profound life-enhancing spiritual experience when she penned messages from Yeshua, in her book, Yeshua: One Hundred Meaningful Messages for Messengers. Her other works are Nurturing Wellness through Radical Self-Care, and an eBook entitled Embracing Your Joy. She has also contributed to four books by other authors and participated in five collaborative books that have all become best sellers. In 2017 and 2018, Janet was recognized by Richtopia as one of the top 200 most influential authors in the world.

Janet maintains a private practice where her ability to communicate with Spirit  underpins her holistic counseling, spiritual coaching, and soul art, which are drawings of the soul complete with a detailed reading for her clients.  She also connects mothers, fathers, children, and friends with their loved ones who have passed into spirit, providing an extremely validating and healing experience. She intuitively views a person’s energy field and creates bespoken drawings that automatically bring calm and balance.  She is a master teacher for those wishing to take the journey into self-awareness and mindful living.

To schedule an in-person appoint or via telephone, Skype, Zoom, or FaceTime, or to schedule speaking engagements for radio, webinars, for your group or organization, please click http://mindfulpathways.com/contact

Website: mindfulpathways.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/janetgnestor
Twitter: @JanetNestor


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