If you keep waiting for the ground to become more fertile BEFORE you are able to:
★ Connect with your vision, desired direction, and path to your success.
★ Make the commitment towards your goals and aspirations.
★ Invest in your business and take the inspired action to ground and create.
★ Show up in your creations consistently and with commitment.
As a spiritual woman I was surprised when I realised that the peace promoted by various practices and spiritual techniques, was never really what i truly wanted. What I wanted really in essence was to creatively fulfill myself and allow the fire that burns inside of me to do so whilst I danced in the flame.
Since starting my Soul Streaming Alchemy Coaching business last year and taking the plunge to say a big YES to channeling and grounding my gifts in the world, I became massively intrigued in understanding the big WHY that lead me to want to create programs so passionately through my work as a coach.
When it comes to creating and expressing our soul's work it's not grace and beauty and elegance and flow and ease at all times. there are ups and downs and ambivalent in betweens and moments of chaos interspersed with moments of true love and service.
It isn’t necessary to know everything about ourselves;
human beings weren’t made solely to go in search of wisdom,
but also to plough the land, wait for rain, plant the wheat,
harvest the grain, make the bread. ‘Paulo Coelho’.
I recently created a guide on 5 ways to earn money through your passions & gifts for aspiring soul preneurs and people with fire in their belly who are unsure as to how to best channel their energy in the world. (If you wish to access this guide you can do so here).
I was inspired to write this blog after having come across the phenomenon of people choosing to pack up their bags and move to new lands for exploration and adventure, to find a new life that will hopefully be more promising and will help us find a place in the world.
Ive just come back from having the first appointment with my new optometrist. As someone who's stuck with the same optometrist for over 20 years, having received overall a pretty descent and smooth service, I hadn't anticipated how tricky it would prove to find a new one.
Having given birth to my son when I was 35, I find myself grateful for not having been a younger mum. I notice through the challenges of trying to balance motherhood with work and life, that an older age is definitely an advantage to being a parent, that outweighs the challenges, i.e lower energy levels, etc.
Man this poem really nails it for me, so im gonna let it do all the talking..