When you look into the mirror, what do you see? Best-selling author, Bridget Cook saw love. Like many of us Bridget struggled to please others, overachieving without regard to the gifts she had to offer the world. On the brink of life or death, Bridget experienced the miracle of self-love and understood how discovering her humanness could transform her life. Her story appears with 37 others in a Chicken Soup anthology written with Lisa Nichols, called Living Proof: Celebrating the Gifts that Come Wrapped in Sandpaper.
Bridget talks about other transformational stories, such as the national best-selling Shattered Silence, the Untold Story of a Serial Killer’s Daughter, the Melissa G. Moore story. The common theme is how society limits us with expectations of who we should be. And how we allow this outside pressure to hold us back from awakening to the freedom and joy we feel when we live our life on purpose.
There are many more revelations in this intimate conversation. Dr. Nancy and Bridget share their experiences at the Genshai Mastery Retreat where Dr. Nancy first heard Bridget’s story and how Bridget’s work with gangs in Denver and others formed her belief that no one is broken. We are all whole and can awaken to being our own miracle.