I’d like to take a moment to dedicate this blog to one of my dear Soul friends – whose ex-boyfriend unexpectedly died of a cause unrelated to Covid-19 three weeks ago, the heartache was shared and very real – and to you, if you’ve lost a loved one during the pandemic.
I extend my sincere condolences to you.
Losing someone is always a challenging life event – especially when it’s unexpected.
Whatever your beliefs around life and the pandemic, one thing is for sure, death will eventually touch us all, just as it will come for all of us. And I’m not saying this to negate the impact it has on all of us. I’m saying this as a reminder to those of us who are alive and healthy.
Death is a reminder to take the time to pause and reflect on your life.
Reflecting on questions such as:
Am I living out my best possible life?
Or a more existential one such as:
Am I living out my Soul’s highest purpose?
Inquiring like this can help us create a life with more meaning and purpose.
A life you’re excited to wake up to and ready to let go of when the time comes.
These questions can be overwhelming to confront alone, and without a structure.
When I help my clients tackle these questions for themselves, we follow a set process to break the big questions down into manageable steps.
Together, we can help you
- Get clarity around what you really want
- Cultivate a positive mindset
- Develop a deep connection with yourself
- Turn your fears into action
- Trust and surrender to what is …
These are the steps I teach and use to support my clients in getting clear about what their heart truly desires.
The truth is, our lives continue whether or not there’s a virus and pandemic.
Life doesn’t stop and say, let’s wait until society returns back to normal and then we’ll start again.
Life just happens whether you choose to participate in it or not.
So, what will you choose?
A life you create, or one that just seems to happen to you?
Inspiring YOU to Live a Life you LOVE!