You Are Love
and nothing is too much
for Love to bear.
“As you realize yourself to be the greatest source of love and fulfillment you could ever know, and as I do the same, it lets the rest of life off the hook.
In the light of your bright and brave self-love, our entire world rests easier.”
“Life is a flawed and fumbling precious work of art, crafted from grit and grime and grace, overflowing in apology and forgiveness.”
“What if every single time we are triggered, and every mistake we make is an invitation for self-compassion; an invitation to be merciful with ourselves?
What if the very presence of reactivity—either inside of us, or coming at us—can be a dharma bell for compassion?”
- What in this moment of your life remains unlived?
- What have you been postponing?
- What thanks remain unspoken?
- What parts remain unreconciled or unloved?
- What remains in the shadow of shame and unworthiness?
- What will it take to come all the way home to loving yourself?
When we receive true support for meeting within us that which we have habitually resisted meeting, profound release, self-embrace and radical life-transformation can occur.
“Jesua’s presence is a testimonial in itself. In dedicating her life to love, to truth, to awakening, she is the walking, breathing, giving extension of that commitment.
When she shines her light on you, you know you have been seen in the truth of your being.“
— Toni, intuitive, teacher & poet, Fort Bragg, CA
“When I am looking for sober clarity and sweet inspiration, I turn to Jesua.
She breaks open my heart; illuminating how every moment, no matter how difficult, is fodder for growth, part of our holy human curriculum.
Jesua is a teacher for this modern era, a guide for these troubling times when we must ask ourselves how to live an awakened life in the midst of so much that seems to be going wrong.”
—Sylvia Benito, wealth manager, author and medicine woman, Miami, FL
“Jesua is a truly extraordinary woman— a bright shining star, leading the way Home. She teaches as she lives: with clarity, intelligence, heart and humor…”
— Gangaji, world-renowned spiritual teacher and author
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