Finding Your Path

Okay, let’s recap where we’ve come from up to this point. You set a goal(s). You’ve identified whom you admire, and made a list of what it is you admire about them. You understand that what you admire about them is true about you. You started asking why these things are true about you.

Now, let me ask you a few (okay, several) questions –

Is there something on the list that surprised you about yourself?

What special gifts or talents do you have?

Are you using them now? If not, why not?

Is there something in your list that brings you joy?

What aspect of you brings the most joy to others?

Is there something you’ve always wanted to do?

What is it?

Why aren’t you doing it?

Do you feel you’re on the right path?

If not, looking at your answers, do you think you know what your path is?

Don’t just read these questions and answer them in your mind. Write down your answers.

You may notice some emotions coming up when you answer these questions. It’s not only important to allow yourself to feel whatever comes up, but acknowledge that you’re feeling them.

In my private practice, when I do this exercise with someone, a lot of times they start crying. If you find yourself crying, just allow it to happen. Doing so signals your RAS that you are letting go of the pain that’s keeping you stuck, that you’ve received the message. It’s time for the messenger to leave.

It’s time to shift your focus to abundance and prosperity.

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