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Often when people start out on a true spiritual path, their lives fall apart. Here’s why, and how you can use the catalyst you’re given for spiritual growth.
The term “passion” can be misleading because you might only experience gentle nudges in the direction of something that’s largely unknown to you when you’re in the beginning stages of discovering your life purpose. Here is how and why to take the leap to follow your passion.
Being spiritual doesn’t mean being a pushover. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Nasty online comment got your goat? Watch this.
A lot of people want to get out there and live a bigger life. Perhaps you want to figure out your life purpose and live into that. But many people have fears that are holding them back because they’re afraid of the judgement and negative opinions of others. So how do you get over worrying […]
Not knowing your life purpose is one of the biggest blocks to finding peace and happiness in life. Watch this video to learn the 3-step process to discovering your life purpose.
At some point in life, many of us wake up with this feeling of, “Is this it? Is this all there is to life? There’s got to be more here.” You feel unsettled. Maybe even depressed or desperate. You might feel an emptiness or an aching, a longing for something unfathomable, or for a life […]
There’s a somewhat famous quote that goes like this: “I say, follow your bliss and don’t be afraid, and doors will open where you didn’t know they were going to be.” — Joseph Campbell This quote makes it sound so simple, so deceptively easy. Let’s say your bliss is crocheting ear muffs for gerbils. Will […]
I literally could not believe I failed yet again; I was in complete denial. People would ask me how the book was coming, and I’d tell them I was working on it…and I would actually believe it was true—when I hadn’t touched the manuscript in over a month. Then something would happen to remind me, “Oh […]