The search for your life’s meaning and purpose is important. Here I have collated a list of the products and services I used to help me to really get to know myself, discover my unique gifts and talents, and identify what is most important to me. Doing so allowed me to pinpoint my main driving force and reason for living.
What could your life look like if it was centred around the things that are most meaningful to you? The resources in this section provided me with an understanding of the theory and practise of intention setting. I discovered practical tools to develop a clear vision for my life that felt real and tangible. This made me feel excited and inspired, and finally gave my life direction.
Working through the resources listed below I felt inspired to take an emotional inventory of my life. Then I began eliminating the things – people, places, objects and activities – from my life that didn’t reflect me or make me feel good about myself. Releasing these things, I immediately felt more upbeat and a sense of liberation.
When it came to designing a life that expressed who I was, I didn’t know where to start. I was living a life that could be considered fashionably conventional, but lacked real personality and individuality. In other words, my life reflected who I thought I should be rather than expressing who I really was.
The resources below contain information and highly effective exercises that taught me enormous amounts about myself. They helped me discover and rediscover the people, places, objects and activities that brought me joy and inspired me. These materials will help you discover the things you really love and give you the steps to incorporate them into your life.
I was slowly but surely becoming more in alignment with the type of person I aspired to become and the life I wished to experience. However, certain circumstances still triggered old emotions and dysfunctional patterns of behaviour, despite my best efforts to change.
I learnt that the key to real change lay in reprogramming the subconscious mind. Here is a list of the resources that can help you understand more about the power of the subconscious mind, and allow you to quickly and effectively reprogram your subconscious beliefs.
Theoretically there was nothing holding me back. I knew my life’s purpose. I’d eliminated the things that no longer served me. I’d begun living in alignment with the vision of who I wished to become. I’d reprogrammed my subconscious mind to support the type of life I wanted to experience. I’d overcome my fears and negative thought patterns. However, I was hitting road block after road block when trying to force the direction of my life, instead of allowing things to unfold naturally.
The resources below helped me understand that there is an innate intelligence communicating with us at all times. Pointing us in the right direction. I learnt that this intelligence speaks to us through the things that catch our attention. Intrigue us. Arouse our curiosity. Evokes excitement and inspires us.
When we follow the things that entice and inspire us, meaningful coincidences and synchronicities present themselves. We don’t need to push or open any doors, we just need to look for the signs and walk through the doors that open.
Below are resources to help you understand life’s omnipotent language and follow its compass. They will give you the tools to identify and interpret the signs that are all around you, and the messages you receive so that you can act on them.
One of the hardest lessons I needed to learn was to ‘let go’ of the outcome. It’s difficult, especially when you finally identify what it is that you want and you can almost touch it and taste it.
Using the resources I reference here, I found practical steps that I could take which allowed me to relax and detach. When I completely surrendered, what I desired (or something even better) found me, usually in the most unexpected way. The more I trust in this process, the more I enjoy life and more my life flows.
These resources will help you master the art of surrender and letting go.
I found it essential to have someone who I trusted that I could turn to when the going got tough. A spiritual mentor who understood the journey I was on and could talk to, to give me clarity and advice. I highly recommend engaging the services of a mentor.
When selecting a mentor, I suggest using not only use your intellect, but more importantly your intuition. Their skills are important, however I would suggest that you also assess their integrity and the way they live their life. In other words do they walk their talk? It’s also important to consider the following questions. Are they professional? Are they impartial? Do they empower you? Do you resonate with them, and their philosophies and teachings?
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