Have you noticed that some people just seem to be lucky and “fall into” having an amazing life. Like, I mean, literally an amazing life.
By contrast, have you struggled to make things work in life, or to get your basic needs met, when others have stuff just land in their lap seemingly out of thin air?!
For years I couldn’t understand how that happened to people and I would tie myself up in knots trying to work out why these things happened to them and not to me.
A neighbour of mine gave me a clue and even though…
Although it may be slightly uncomfortable for some of my spiritual peeps to admit it, many of them do actually want to be successful in business.
Many of us don’t know how to make that happen though, and that’s the part that trips us up.
It’s true for everybody, that if we want to have a successful business then it’s imperative that we see ourselves as successful first. Anything less than that, will only yield less than that.
This can be challenging if we feel and believe ourselves to be “less than”, or “unworthy” in some way and particularly if…
Lots of my spiritually minded clients tell me that “money is not important to them” or that “they don’t want lots of money”.
Later in our conversation, they’ll tell me that they’re: “stuck in their business or in life and if they had more money they could do something different and it would all be better”.
Basically, they’re saying that they “wish they had more money to do the things they need to do”.
Do you see what I’m seeing here?
On the one hand they don’t care for money but on the other hand they want it……
Many people have a love/hate relationship with money.
It’s one of the subjects that people get very uncomfortable with and statistically is the subject that causes more arguments between couples than any other.
Women would happily tell you how many designer handbags they have (do the math!), but they would never dream of telling you how much money they have in their bank account.
And if they are the proud owner of a Hermes — well…. we all know what that means! …
What does it take to create a new version of yourself?
Have you ever tried to change your image…. but failed to sustain the change longer than a week?
Have you bought a few nice new outfits thinking that if you just wore the right clothes then you could be somebody else — carry a whole different persona and become a new version of yourself.
We’ve probably all done that once or twice… Well, I certainly have.
Sometimes it takes a while to find out “who we really are” on the inside. We go out and explore new avenues of…
Have you ever seen yourself in a vision that looked so amazing and felt so real, that you wondered how you were ever going to pull it off?
I have. Many times.
It usually happens in response to me asking a question, something like: What am I really here for? or What’s my highest potential?
I see these visions in my dream-state or in meditations and quantum visions. They act as signposts along my path and they’re a very important part of me achieving my goals.
We all need these signposts. Without them we don’t know where we’re heading…
Have you given up on yourself?
Maybe you have and you haven’t even realised it.
You’d be surprised if you knew how many amazing healers and lightworkers have told me over the years, that they’re just waiting for the right time.
I always ask them: “The right time for what?”
The right time… to be amazing; to help people; to share your gifts and talents with the world; to be of service, to do what you came here to do…? The right time for what exactly?
They usually have no answer. …
I get where you’re at.
I searched for years to find my Soul Purpose.
I think I was expecting some huge light bulb moment when a whole vision would open up and I’d instantly know everything I needed to know about what I was here to do.
Maybe it’s like that for some people, but it certainly wasn’t like that for me!
I also believed that once I found my Soul Purpose that everything in my life would suddenly become amazing. I didn’t realise that really, it would be just a starting point.
My “knowing” came in stages. Little snippets…
In my experience, when I discover new information that is shocking to me, there’s always a period of unrest that follows. Mostly unrest within myself because I’m uncomfortable with what I’ve just found out and with what will need to happen next.
The same has been true, when I make a decision to change something in my life that will massively take me out of my comfort zone. I think a period of unrest is almost inevitable.
In these situations, the status quo that I had been holding on to begins to dissolve — sometimes gradually and other times rapidly…
I’d bet, that we all go through an identity crisis at some point in our life.
We ask ourselves things like: Who am I? What am I supposed to be doing with my life? What should I be doing next?
We ask the questions, but very often we don’t stop to listen for answers. Especially for those answers that need to come from somewhere beyond our mental mind or from deep within us.
Instead we answer ourselves quickly from inside our own head. With answers that we know already. But this doesn’t leave much room for growth, because it’s highly…