You’ve done what you’re supposed to…
You’ve followed the rules…
You’ve taken care of business…
You’ve taken care of everyone…
you’ve lost yourself.
Is it your turn yet?
Are you ready to create the life your heart longs for?
Is it time for a lifestyle that reflects what you love and value?
If so, it’s time to come home -
to your heart.
On my life journey I started out with the belief that if I could take care of everyone and everything else I would be taken care of, and I’d finally have the space and time to be and do what was important to me. I was mistaken.
By not taking care of and listening to myself, the voice of who I was and what my heart wanted got lost in the clamor of daily needs, obligations, wanting to please and wanting to make others happy. The saddest part is that not only did I miss my heart’s delight, but the world missed receiving my gifts as well.
You see, I believe that each of us came into this world with a gift to share and that gift is wrapped up in what brings us joy. But most of us spend our lives, twisting and turning to fit into what we believe is the approved, successful, proper way of being; leaving our gifts buried under our obligations, fears and beliefs.
I feel an urgency right now. As the world goes through so many changes I believe the gifts of each of us are needed more than ever; because the gifts that come from within us are more creative, expansive and able to solve the problems we face than anything we can contribute based on our training, degrees or titles. If ever there was a time to be the essence of who we are, to express what we know in our heart, to share our gifts – it’s now.
If this touches a place deep inside of you, that’s your heart. It’s awake and alive, and ready and willing to take the lead and bring you to a new way of living – read on.
“You truly have a gift for listening and giving fine-tuned advice. Talking with you was like talking with an old best friend who really knew me. I feel like an inner light switch has been turned on and illuminated what I’ve been ignoring for so long.”
~ Rya, Florida