People who are moved by faith and a hope for their future become resourceful. They do not let their circumstances keep them from succeeding. To move forward with such great faith, one must have a mind that speaks to them the way that God intended!

This is what I love so much about Godly Anchoring! This is a technique that we use here at YKI coaching as one of our methods to reprogram the mind to think faithfully with boldness!

I have many clients that are in pain because their mind is not working for them in their favor. A mind that works the way God intended is a mind that hears God’s voice continually! Can you imagine a mind like that? I can because mine does speak to me that way. God continually tells me I am loved, powerful, confident and so much more! God reveals to me beautiful things throughout my day! It’s an amazing and powerful way to live!

“My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. I give them eternal life, and they will never perish, and no one will snatch them out of my hand.”- John 10:27-29 ESV

I want to share with you this Godly Anchoring technique on Thursday morning! Even if you are unable to join us 10-11am PST, still sign up if you haven’t yet, as you will have access to all the professionally recorded videos giving you the great skills you need to change your life!

How is your mind working? Is it telling you beautiful and lovely things throughout your day or is it tormenting you? Do you know someone that is currently being tormented by their mind? Having doubts? Feeling discouraged? Please forward this life-giving email to them so they can join us! Let me tell you, it is worth it!

I look forward to seeing you online Thursday morning 10-11am PST or interacting with you via email if you are unable to join!

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