Ester will share at both the 9:15 and 11:15 services her wisdom on Recovery, Rediscovery and Reawakening of the Soul! You are not broken or damaged. There is nothing missing in you – and there is nothing that can be added to you. Your healing is in the remembering of what has been forgotten, the rediscovery of what has been lost, and the awakening to who you are as an expression of the Divine! After a light lunch ($5) stay for her amazing workshop on relationships and staying conscious in your primary partnership!
This workshop will take the participants on an inward journey of rediscovering and embodying the perfection that lies within all of us, and that draws our ideal relationships from a place of empowerment, wholeness and inner fulfillment.
- Identify self-sabotaging beliefs and patterns that recreate the same painful relationships over and over again.
- Surrender to a power greater than yourself (which is the Reality of who you are), all beliefs and patterns based in unworthiness, fear, shame and not-enoughness
- Self-forgiveness and forgiveness of past relationships
- Emotional Freedom Technique (tapping) on deeply embedded memories, beliefs, traumas and patterns.
- Recreate your ideal partnerships through the power of your imagination.
“Something new and powerful cannot emerge from old dis-empowering beliefs and habits. We cannot continue to think the same thoughts and do the same things, while expecting different results. We must change what is not working. We must allow the Universe to heal us at our core, and from a place of transformation and wholeness, recreate our lives.” Please join Ester in this powerful workshop!
Ester will also be available for individual appointments on Monday, August 8th. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Ester Nicholson, author and teacher uses her broad experience in Spiritual Principle and 12-Step as the core of her powerful healing technology: “Soul Recovery – Conscious Coupling,” the process that Ester developed to heal herself of the identity and dependence patterns that underlie unfulfilled relationships.
Ester Nicholson is the author of Soul Recovery – 12 Keys to Healing Dependence. She is a teacher, healer, recording artist and former-addict who brings her incredible journey of transformation to a practical curriculum—addressing the causes and effects of dependence as they occur in contemporary living. Ms. Nicholson infuses the 12-Step process with added spiritual concepts and teachings that transform the treatment of dependence, addiction, crisis living and suffering—through her articles, seminars, soul-nurturing music and riveting keynote speaking appearances.
A gifted vocal artist in her own right, Nicholson’s musical career includes tours with Rod Stewart and Bette Midler—and appearances on such television shows as Oprah, The Tonight Show, The View, Good Morning America and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Soul Recovery. Ester Nicholson survived the ravages of addiction to discover something truly extraordinary: How to transform dependence into power. Her Soul Recovery teaching is one that speaks not only to those who have faced dependence to drugs or alcohol, but is applicable for anyone who has lost connection with their spiritual “center” and finds themselves experiencing outsized fear, compulsive behavior or a deep sense of unworthiness—or in Ester’s words: a “disconnection from the Soul within.”
Soul Recovery lives at the nexus of the 12 Steps of Recovery and oft-considered “spiritual” concepts and practices including: meditation, life transforming inner child and forgiveness work, and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) or “Tapping.” “The intersection between a spiritual sense of wholeness and the accountability of the 12-Step process is where the rubber meets the road, and where true and permanent healing can take place,” Ester recently said in an interview.Ester’s story of addiction and recovery was recently aired in a 30-minute feature presentation on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Her appearance on Super Soul Sunday’s “In Deep Shift” clearly touched a nerve for those who are looking for answers to the challenges of dependence-related behaviors and the scourge of addiction. “We are collectively standing at a ʻrecovery momentʼ in our history—with challenges that face us on so many levels. As a people, as businesses, as educators and as organizations, we are at a point where we need to re-think, re-tool and re-engineer our future. For me, that suggests a basis in straight talk, back-to-our-roots thinking, and embracing a future that is consistent with foundational principles common to all of us.” – Ester Nicholson –