Richmond, VA – Some people never develop self-esteem because they believe the world is happening to them; they never suspect that they might have something to do with it. As a holistic nurse practitioner specializing in hospice, Myra Lovvorn saw firsthand how low self-esteem can lead a person toward a premature end.
Myra is the founder of SUPPOSE, where she offers her clients a path to change their subconscious beliefs and boost their self-esteem.
“SUPPOSE stands for the “Subconscious Understands the Powerful Perception of Self Esteem,” says Myra. “Our whole life is about figuring out who we are and what we are, and we gauge it by comparing ourselves to other people. I believe you have everything you need at your disposal, you just need to learn to access it and unlock it.”
To improve our self-esteem, we need to change our existing beliefs. In addition to her skills as a holistic nurse practitioner, Myra is an instructor and facilitator of PSYCH-K®, a unique modality that helps us change the subconscious beliefs that perpetuate our old habits of thinking and behavior. She has achieved remarkable results.
“What I love about PSYCH-K is that it asks permission of our higher self and our subconscious mind.”
For more information on Myra Lovvorn, visit https://www.supposellc.com
The Heart of Hospice: Core Competencies for Reclaiming the Mystery is available on Amazon