I often find people calling who want to learn their purpose in their lifetime. Who want to know if they are on the 'right' or 'their' path.
I always wonder if as a culture we put too much emphasis on this idea. If you don't know your purpose, what does that mean to you? Will you be a better person if you do know? IF you do know, will you make any changes in how you live, what you do?
And as to path, if we are paying attention, don't we sort of 'know' intuitively when we are on
the right or wrong path?
This is one article I found that I liked about this question that might help you:
I love the colors in fall. Look at these leaves. Endings. And, we sometimes forget, beginnings!
What are you ending? Can you end it consciously? Putting something to rest? Completing something - almost anything - in a healthy way?
Several years ago I realized I did not do endings well. In my family people tended to just walk away. And even if they did not physically walk away, they left through chaos, fighting, alcohol, addictions. There are really many, many ways people can leave.
I think I left inside although my body was often present. I really went into 'Freeze'...deer caught in the headlights. Not realizing for years and years what I was doing. And then wondering why relationships did not work out. And of course, I was doing a lot of 'trauma bonding' so I found people who would match me in an unhealthy way.
When I got this and began to do healing around freeze I began to understand how bad I was at endings! Now I very seldom go into 'freeze' and if I feel it starting in my body - my hands tingle - I can orient myself, ground myself and come back to a calm ventral state.
Now I can end things pretty well and in healthy ways and actually look forward to beginnings without all the energetic 'baggage' I carried for years!
If you want help with your endings and beginnings, let's talk. I offer free 30 minute consultations: text or call 360-432-1236 to schedule!
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.