(Thanks to Christopher Carter Smith for inspiring this one through his Campfire Effect.)
What pain have you had that you don’t want others to have?
When I was a child, I didn’t feel like I was loved for who I was, but only for what I did.
I became a straight-A overachiever. I never felt like I could be or do enough, so I started having social anxiety and panic attacks.
With meditation and other deep personal work, I eventually learned not only to manage my anxiety, but also to get in touch with a deeper part of myself, a part that I could see had more value than anything external could give me.
That recognition helped me realize that each one of us has infinite value. And that each one of us has an inner genius, if only we have the courage to let it out.
I saw that I could help others avoid the pain that I had felt so intensely for so long.
Today, my purpose is seeing possibilities in others that they don’t see in themselves. And helping them live into those possibilities.
What is your purpose?
If you want to be part of a group that is learning to identify and live from their purpose, and looking to create ease and abundance by aligning to that purpose, contact me and I will let you know more.