Live Life without Limits
Heroic Leadership. The level for the last holdout. The final release to what’s holding me from being all that I can be. That leads to a life of abundance in wealth and health and to a life that’s alive with emotion and involvement.
Opening up to discover what is really one’s mission as a person here on earth. Or simply finding out what is one life’s purpose is.
Having seen this, it makes life work for myself so that I can better contribute to others. Resulting in a life fully lived and fulfilled.
Level 3 is called “Heroic Leadership.” Aptly it is also “Let Go and Let God.” To let go and flow and trust where life leads you letting God do its work on you.
But Level 3 only works for those:
-who feel their life is not complete and want their life completed
-who know that even with all the successes, there is a still something missing
-who are stuck in all aspects of their square with nowhere to go but with an inertia to break the wall
-who are willing to risk and to further explore what’s in store for them in the unknown.
My Heroic Class 3 taught me to use my talent (which I recognize) and my leadership (which I have not fully applied yet/ which need not be overtly manifested) as my contribution to this world. Using them opens me further to a world of abundance in all aspects.
That a life that is based on my life purpose is the course that is the easiest to take and the most fulfilling. The world is out there for the taking and for sharing.
I feel good, oh I feel so good, ugh!
Heroic Class 3
Nov. 27-Dec 3, 1995
I’ve been with PSI since I was a kid and I’ve always been thankful for it. Once timid and naive, it has taught me to be confident and to love myself. PSI has seen me through the worst times of my life - a car accident where I lost my mom and brother, an early failed marriage which left me a single mom to two boys and jump-starting and surviving a different career from my life long dream. Staffing, training to be a coach and life coaching has been a good avenue to give and receive love. And in the process I’ve gained a lot of great friends! I’m happy to have experienced Heroic Leadership Class 16 and overcome all fears with my ex boyfriend, Mikey-Mikey-Mike.
I wish my kids can all experience this.
Jennifer Roc Jove Guasis
May I humbly share a piece of me being a PSI grad. Before I took the basic seminar in July 1994, I was too confused about myself due to verbal conditioning of my family and teachers versus the friends & colleagues I've met when I finished college.
As if I don't have a confidence to do what is unique but good for many people. I thought of being compared to others tagged as superior. When I express myself, some quote me as "mayabang". When I do something worthy, some say "paimpress"...and many more.
What is always left in my mind after the Basic Seminar is "I AM", which drives me away from fear of being myself. Learning & unlearning became easy. Indeed, I can say PSI is my family, though I am not always there physically during events. It's a good thing there is Facebook.