LOVE YOUR BODY
love your life 2022!
Have you been experiencing increased stress over the last few years?
It's not uncommon to feel anxious and overwhelmed right now. You're not alone. Everyone is going through some kind of lesson, but you maybe self sabotaging your health and happiness which is likely leading you to feel stuck. Are you ready to learn why?
Surprising Ways You're Sabotaging Yourself
To cope with stress, anxiety and overwhelm.....
You emotionally eat which never truly brings you peace.
You have one too many cocktails which only clouds your judgement.
You keep yourself busy which leaves you feeling depleted at the end of the day.
You check out with TV, social media, or video games which leaves you feeling disconnected from the person you want to be.
Self sabotage disconnects you from your body and your soul.
- Your mind is busy, so it's difficult to hear your soul self.
- You perpetually feel tired because your nervous system is on overdrive and in a constant state of effort.
- You ignore your own needs and sadness and resentment brew within.
- You're always beating yourself up and caught up in what other people think.
- You set goals for yourself to be better and continuously fall short.
- Everything repeats.
Now you feel stuck, your body is exhausted and you wonder will things ever change?
To shift out of hard and into easy with your well-being this 2022 you'll want to
learn how to...
This Fall 2022
Imagine being in flow....
You've arrived at a feeling of being free to enjoy your body and your life.
You feel at peace within because you feel at home within the skin you're in.
You're free from self sabotaging thought patterns and behaviors and you have more energy to focus on developing yourself and your gifts.
You feel deeply connected to your body, aligned with your intuition and on your soul path because your stress, worry and pressure have dissolved.
You've quieted your inner critic and feel more in control of making healthy choices, mind body and spirit.
You're looking at your reflection in the mirror and you love what you see, because you know how beautiful you truly are from the inside out.
I'm Elizabeth Tripp
and to this day I remember when I accepted I would
never be beautiful
I was 13 years old and had arrived at my middle school locker. When I unlocked the combo and opened the door I froze. On a loose leaf piece a paper a hand drawn picture of a school bus floated down to the floor. In bold letters the words "Elizabeth you're as big as a bus..” glared back at me.
My heart sank while the sound of teenage boys snickering behind me became louder a sharp pain ran through my chest, and I thought to myself “why am I so ugly?”
With tears streaming down my face that was the moment I accepted I would never be beautiful.
For 17 years the sound of these boys laughing at me haunted me. Every mirror I looked into, every job interview I went on, and every relationship I got into, I couldn’t escape from the voice inside my head that told me I was nothing but as big as a bus.
From that day forward my thirteen year old me decided I had to be thin.
Thin was beautiful. It was sexy. It meant I was desirable and therefore worthy of other people’s love and attention.
Being bigger was bad. It meant I was in need of fixing, that I was lazy and that I wasn’t acceptable.
But isn’t this the standard of beauty we’ve all grown up measuring ourselves up against?
As a thirteen year old I started to think, If i’m going to fit in here, I have to be something I'm not, because being me is never going to be enough.
From the age of
thirteen to thirty
I spent over two hundred thousand dollars on schooling, workout videos, gym memberships, personal trainers, diet pills, cook books, and supplements only to hop on the scale after a weekend of letting loose and feel angry and ashamed by the number reflected back to me.
Standing at 5’ 6’’ tall and 140 pounds I was convinced I was never going to be good enough, but some how I would rope myself into another strict eating plan and exercise routine only to give up weeks later because I couldn’t sustain the pressure and rigidity.
The expectation I had set for myself was so high that I was convinced I was only capable of failing. To deal with the disappointment, I did what I knew. I stuffed my feelings with chips, cookies, or booze.
This cycle lasted up until the spring of 2016 when everything about my health and well-being felt hard. Leading up to that point my personal power had reached a zero. I had been dumped for the second time in eight years and my self confidence was at an all time low. I was a chronic people pleaser who was terrified of what other people thought of me, because I thought their opinion mattered more than what I thought about myself.
It got to the point where
“what is the point of carrying on if this is the way it was going to be?”
But as fate would have it, the Universe had different plans for me. In the Fall of 2015 a friend introduced me to a spiritual teacher whose gentle but powerful coaching helped me understand the deeper why to all the hopelessness I felt.
The day I met my coach, I began my journey to loving my body and my life. Over a short period of time I let go of the picture of the bus and the sounds of laughter that had haunted me and opened myself up to understand from a much deeper level how bright and brilliant of a light I truly am.
I fell in love with myself and for the first time in 25 years
I felt beautiful
and it wasn’t this fleeting feeling of being beautiful either, it was a long lasting shiny kind of beautiful and that’s when I stopped binge drinking, restrictive eating, and stress eating and effortlessly returned back to my true self.
Learning to love my body transformed my life as I shifted out of feeling like my well-being was hard to easy and being fit and in shape became effortless.
My confidence became irresistible and my personal power soared. I reconnected with my gifts to see, hear and communicate with spirit, and in the Summer of 2016, I became a pro at saying no and decided to quit my 9-5 and open my own transformational coaching practice so I could help people love their body and their life too.
In less than four years, I grew a 6 figure business and along the way helped transformed the lives of hundreds of people.
Loving my body became a powerful gateway to discover my purpose and without hard work or sacrifice design a lifestyle I love, and this is exactly why I created the group coaching program “Love Your Body, Love Your Life”.
I am ready to guide you to turn self sabotaging beliefs and behaviors with your body into radical self acceptance so in 40 days or less you feel amazingly healthy and you radiate with pure joy because...
you love yourself and your life
more than you ever have before.
"What I know now is that I am beautiful. I know it without pride or uncertainty. I know I am beautiful the same way I know that I breathe. I just am. When I began working with Elizabeth, I was sure I was ugly. I was sure my body was nearly useless, even though I was in a gym five days a week (sometimes doubling up with two workouts in a day) That has all changed now. Now, I've uncovered not only my beauty, but my power."
- Client L.F.
What you will experience
in your new flow state...
- Engaging conversation, journaling exercises, guided meditations, and hands on energy work.
- A sacred and intimate virtual setting where you meet spiritual curious and like-minded individuals who like you are seeking alternative solutions to their well-being.
- Weekly assignments and opportunities to interact in our private Facebook community to network, and build your confidence.
- 16 + hours of LIVE coaching
- Three 1:1 hour-long private coaching calls.
- Receive direct communication with spirit guides and past loved ones.
love your body
love your life!
Date: Every Saturday from Sept. 17th - 18th
TIME: 10 AM - 5 PM EST
Exchange: $497 (Reg. $597)
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