Are you a person who got started late? With...a meaningful job? family? children? travel? spirituality? There are many ways people consider themselves to be 'late bloomers'. ( And late can be ANY age: I have people in their 20's think it is 'too late to....'.)
I am a late bloomer. I wanted to go into the Peace Corps at a young age but I was too insecure, lacking confidence...maturity. Finally, at the age of 49 I had a nightmare in which I, at 49, was strangling a much younger me. I was startled into sitting up in bed and almost sensing the tightness around my neck!
A friend said to me: "What dreams did you have when you were young that you 'strangled'. The very first thing that came to mind was that I 'strangled' my dream of joining the Peace Corps.
That was December 1997. On March 1st of 1998 I sent in my Peace Corps application and after a long and arduous process, was accepted on Halloween, 1998. At the age of 50. In June of 1999 I traveled to join other Peace Corps volunteers going to work and live in Belize, Central America.
So...again: what dreams did you 'strangle'? What is your heart's desire? What is your soul calling you to do? How do you live a 'life of no regret'?
I am starting a class called It's Never Too Late to Bloom April 6th! Four weeks...working with other women who also have not....??? See the flyer below!
I am a catalyst for others, helping people continue, over their entire life span - preconception,
conception, in the womb and after - to grow, learn, heal so that each person can live their deepest longings.
This is my passion and purpose.
Adventurer, lover of beauty, seeking clarity, harmony & balance. Compassionate. Just. Fair. Grateful. Hugely grateful.
ONE more time: HUGELY GRATEFUL.