When we have a sense of purpose and meaning, getting out of bed in the morning, even when we’re far from ‘morning people’ brings a sense of joy.
Dr Lissa Rankin, in Mind Over Medicine, writes about how toxic work environments (including feeling like what we’re doing doesn’t matter or, worse, is harmful) can shorten our life and healthspans.
Meaningful work can lengthen both.
Have you forgotten how to connect (maybe you’ve not yet learned how to) with that expansive, joyful part of yourself – your Self / Higher Self / Miraculous Self or whatever you want to call that part of you that’s beyond limitations of our egos?
To have that greater perspective, no matter what’s going on in your life, that helps you when you’re feeling stuck, that welcomes synchronicity and miracles?
I wouldn’t be doing this work or living this life if I hadn’t had some major curve balls in my 20s (looking back, long before then – I just resisted it for ages).
Over the years, I’ve learned to create more space – using meditation and other tools – to connect with my own inner wisdom.
I love helping clients, students and members of the online programme connect with their own inner wisdom.
All my work is collaborative so the choice about the direction we take and tools you learn is entirely up to you.
The fact that you’re even reading this, allowing yourself to dream bigger and knowing you can improve things is a big step.
Find out more about how I’ve helped some people HERE