Even if you’ve tried positive thinking, affirmations, and mindfulness...
...and you’re still feeling overwhelmed, hopeless, and unworthy.
Even if you’ve accepted that this is “just the way it is.”
That you can’t change, and that the negative voice in your head (you know, the one that tells you you’re not “good enough,” or “smart enough” or “XYZ enough”) is here to stay.
That you’ll always feel hopeless, and lack a sense of purpose.
Even IF all of the above is true...
Something else is possible.
What if the “problem” isn’t you?
What if you don’t have to change anything about who you are to find the joy you’ve been looking for?
What if things didn’t have to be so HARD all of the time?
The need for perfection is killing us.
Everywhere we look, we see the people around us showing a curated highlight reel of their lives.
This endless need for perfection – whether it be the perfect job, house, body, car, handbag, outfit, spouse, or otherwise – is leading to an epidemic of people feeling an overwhelming sense of despair that their own life isn’t “good enough.” Or worse: that they aren’t enough.
But what if you are already enough?
Are you willing to believe that you are the gift the world needs, just the way you are?
Did you know: many health experts, including the World Health Organization, have warned of a decline in the collective mental health of our global society, as a result of the events of 2020?
our new initiative of spreading hope and relief.
In light of the fear and uncertainty present in our world, many Access Bars® facilitators and practitioners around the world are offering free Access Bars sessions during September and October, to provide hope and relief to those who need it.
Some of the facilitators and practitioners who offer these sessions have overcome their own mental health struggles and feelings of not being “enough,” and have joined in this powerful initiative.
2238 Dundas St W #215,
( Wholistic Care Center)
Toronto, ON M6R 1X3 Canada
4 min walk
S/E of DUNDAS ST W STATION
(between Keele and Landsdowne Stations)