Self love

Embrace self-love through poetry and SFT taps in this episode, unlocking compassion and healing within.


In this captivating episode of the Daily Rejuvenation series on Jenuine Healing Down Under, hosts Marvin Schneider and world renowned energy healer invite you into their tranquil outdoor office for a profound exploration of self-love. This session stands out as a heartfelt invitation to delve into the depths of self-compassion and understanding. Opening with a poignant poem delivered by Jen, written during a moment of personal despair and questioning, the episode unfolds as a gentle yet powerful journey towards self-acceptance and love. The poem acts as a mirror, reflecting the common struggle of recognizing one’s own worth and beauty in a world that often makes us question it.

Following the poem, Jen and Marvin guide you through a series of Spiritual Freedom Technique (SFT) taps aimed at removing barriers to self-love. These taps serve as a therapeutic tool, designed to release the blockages that prevent you from fully embracing your intrinsic value and compassion for yourself. The episode is not just about learning to love yourself but also about understanding how self-love can transform your vibratory rate and facilitate a deeper connection with the collective consciousness. This practice is presented as a pathway to healing, empowerment, and ultimately, a more fulfilling life.

The episode also highlights the transformative power of poetry, with Jen discussing her poetry book, Jenuine Poetry for Life, as a resource for listeners seeking vibrational change. Through this discussion, Jen emphasizes how engaging with poetry can be a form of spiritual practice, allowing you to access profound insights and emotional healing without undergoing the traumas yourself. This Daily Rejuvenation episode is imbued with the love and dedication Jen and Marvin have for your healing journey, offering a profound experience that resonates with anyone looking to deepen their self-love and navigate life with greater compassion and understanding.

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