CHP's Mission Statement

Dear Friends, 

I believe the mission of  The Center for Human Potential should be clearly one of reaching for love.  How does this sound? Mission Statement:  To love each individual we touch through our programs and services and teach them to do the same thing, creating a domino effect that permeates throughout the world, freeing humanity and celebrating our one-ness. I love the simplicity of this!  Our connection
to one another is love.  How easy it is to forget this!  

I feel like crying right now because I am so grateful for this awareness.  When I reach for control, fear settles in, and love leaves.  I have been feeling fearful lately.  I fear that I am inadequate to do what I feel is expected of me.  I know I'm meant to do something of importance because I can feel it.  But what if I am too ego-centered and can't get out of my own way?  What if I believe that I don't have enough energy to do all of this?

I tend to look at my flaws, and I need to break this habit.  In other words, what if I'm too worried of what others think of me?  Like right now, I'm wondering if anyone who is reading this will think I'm a poor leader because I'm admitting I have all of these faults and insecurities.  Well, that is who I am right now.  I realize that I'm writing this more for myself than anyone else. 

I choose not to worry about what you think of me and hope that you know my intentions spring from love.  I pray for the strength to see my light and honor it.  I pray for the courage to love myself with all of my defects.  I pray the same for you. 

PS:  If you’re really serious about creating your most magnificent life, click on the attached to see if you qualify for a discovery session: http://www.harmonyharbor.com/discovery-session

PSS:  Do you have friends and family that are also interested in creating their own destinies of joy and freedom?  Send them to: http://www.harmonyharbor.com/news-register  

Peace & Blessings, 


Angie Monko