What’s Up with You?

If you read my first post, you know a little bit about who I am. Now, I invite you to tell me something about you, including what made you click on this blog. Perhaps you are one for whom I’m writing, or maybe you are just curious. Either way, I’m happy you are here.

By the way, I’m still learning about how to use WordPress. I love to make things look beautiful, and gradually I will try to work some magic on this blog. But for now, it’s all about the basics as far as appearance goes.

Who am I writing for?

If you are experiencing a life change, such as retirement, a divorce, or what used to be called a mid-life crisis, or have (sadly) lost a loved one, or the kids have moved out, and now suddenly life is vastly different from what it used to be, I’m writing for you. Because some of that has happened to me. Because when life becomes vastly different, questions arise. What to do? How to feel? How to get happy or satisfied or contented, or interested again? How to get un-bored?

If you are wondering who you are or why you are here, I am writing for you, because that used to be me. If you are a lifelong learner, like me, and are considering next steps, I’m writing for you. Because my journey might help you along yours.

A Crooked Path Toward Home

Perhaps you can relate to my experience. As I mentioned before, I’ve always been interested in the practical application of occult knowledge, and began my search as a teen-ager. As fascinating as that was, life got in the way for a while. There was art school, then getting married just a few months before graduating – not because I wanted to, but because my husband wanted to (more about that in another post). Anyway, I worked for the first five years of our marriage, including up to the seventh month of my subsequent pregnancy, so there was little time for pursuing my passion.

After our son was born and my husband had received his Master’s degree, we moved on to his first job as a college art instructor. That was when I became a stay-at-home mother and began studying the occult sciences again, reading everything I could find and practicing the arts of numerology, Tarot, astrology, and palmistry. I was in hog heaven.

Four years later, I was a divorced single mother back in the work force, pursuing my passion part-time. During the next ten years I received my training in psychic perception, spiritual development, leadership training, and became certified as a counselor. I presented lectures and workshops locally and in a territory from Ohio to the east coast and from Maine to Virginia.

Eventually, I began the career of my dreams; my own teaching and counseling business. I loved helping people become their best selves, and at the same time, I felt there was something missing in the direction of my own life.

The Missing Piece

That’s when I discovered Chaldean numerology and learned how to use it to reveal my life purpose. It was a life-changing experience. I felt as if I had come home, and for the first time in my life I felt comfortable with who I am. From that day forward, my journey was about creating the life I could love, allowing the expression of my uniqueness little by little, day by day, and sharing what I learned with others.

My clients were profoundly affected when they were introduced to their life purpose. Their healing was deep and rapid. They felt more self-acceptance and self-confidence than ever before as they saw their opportunities in the road ahead and began to understand the experiences of the past. Best of all, they began to allow themselves the fulfillment they always longed for.

One of the most important things I’ve learned from Chaldean numerology is that all of us are here for a purpose, and for most of us that purpose is hidden in our subconscious mind. If we pay attention to our deepest interests and allow our heart to lead us to activities that make us happy, our purpose emerges from our subconscious and guides us toward fulfillment. Unfortunately, society gets in the way too often and we forget that we have a purpose, or we postpone fulfillment until the kids are grown, until retirement, or until something else happens to release us from the treadmill we are running on.

That’s why I wrote my book, Who Are You? What Are You Doing Here? Where Are You Going? which teaches you how to discover your life purpose using the letters of your birth name and the numbers of your birth date. In the last chapter, Final Thoughts, you will discover a process that instantly resolves emotional issues. Imagine yourself free of issues such as the fear of flying, nervousness about asking for a raise, or feeling not good enough. While it’s important to get help with emotional issues, there are ways to heal ourselves, too, and this is one of the best self-healing processes I know.

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By liveyourpurposeloveyourlife

I'm a retired soul-centered psychotherapist. Along with doing research and art work, I want to share with you some ideas that may help you on your journey through life.