Living from your Heart

When we allow ourselves to exist truly and fully,
we sting the world with our vision and challenge it with our own way of being.”

~ Thomas Moore


In today’s world everything is shifting. What once worked works no more. What was secure in the past is now on shaky ground.The rules have changed; the very ground beneath us moves.

How do we find our way amidst all this change? How do we know what’s “right?” What “works?”

It is no longer possible to live a life based on what the outside world tells us as that shifts from moment to moment. As old forms and our old roles and rules crumble we need to invent, dream, create a new way of being built on a foundation of self. No authority, book or teacher can resolve our problems or teach us how to live, but there are tools that have been used successfully and these you can learn and prove for yourself.

Are you ready to create the life you want?

Is it time for your life to reflects what’s important to you?

Often we’ve spent our lives doing what we think we ‘should’ be doing, doing what’s expected of us by family, culture, and others believing this is the way to peace and happiness. One morning we wake up with a vague uneasiness. It hasn’t worked quite the way we were told it would. We decide it’s time. Time to live by the beat of our own drum, to follow our own dreams, to blaze our own trail…. But how? What are the dreams? Where is the trail?

For so long we have blindly followed what was in front of us that we don’t know the way to our dreams, or even if they still exist.

There is an art to finding our way back.

You can have a life that expresses who you are, one that is rich in meaning and purpose, and gives you the satisfaction you’ve been seeking.

People are doing it all the time. If it sounds intriguing .

read on.

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“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