Find Your PurposeThere’s a power arising up calling us into ignition. We feel a renewed need to untangle our beliefs, clear our conscience and release ourselves. Old patterns no longer feel appropriate. We feel compelled to be on our unique journey taking us to our calling, finding true purpose in everything we do. Motivation no longer matters to us here, what’s meant to be is all that really matters, inspiration is our beacon of light, asking us to follow it, to trust in the present moment, to enjoy being committed to our worthy cause. Here, we feel our choices come from a deliberate consciousness empowering us with a full sense of noble purpose. Meaning and significance makes us fearless. Without faltering our gifts, while fostering our sovereignty, we get on the destiny train.

Do you live on purpose?

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6. John Denver GardenAlthough there are many ways to experience the highs of a heart-connection, all of them are transitory. But, it’s not losing heart that creates ongoing difficulties.

Being unaware that we’ve lost our heart leaves us stuck in disconnection. With awareness we have choices. We can continue our disconnected behavior or we can stop and reconnect.

There are many ways to center and balance. It might be as simple as taking a deep breath (or 2, or 3 or more). Whatever it takes to drain away tension, return to serenity, and shift our energy to compassion and learning is what each of us must find for ourselves.


When you’ve lost your heart-connection what do you do to regain it?

(If you have not found ways to re-center yourself try asking others what they do, or try such things as a formal meditation, writing in a journal, engaging in a physical activity, sitting and listening to a favorite piece of calming music, playing with your pet, or dancing in rhythm to music that centers you.).

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