Asking the Right QuestionAugust 15, 2013
Emotional BaggageAugust 15, 2013
Original Post August 17, 2011
Lately I have been encouraged to set a mission statement, which is really a declaration of intention. I did some brainstorming and then set it aside until I had more time and inspiration to continue. A few nights later I woke up at 1 a.m. and heard my mission statement swimming around in my awareness. I dashed to get pen and paper to record what was clearly given to me. This is what I heard:
“I am an emotional alchemist. I help people transform their limiting beliefs and perceptions, their pain & suffering, to find more peace. This process lovingly opens One to a fuller expression of their True Self.”
This is my mission statement.
Much of what I clear with my clients is on a subconscious or body level. Often people are unaware that they are carrying these energetic blockages. As people begin to clear their issues, they often find a deeper awareness of their true self, a sense of confidence and empowerment. I help people feel lighter.
Most marketing experts advise you to have a clear niche or market target, with a very specific focus or goal. That idea was very hard for me—so many people need some assistance. I have decided to bend the rules. Until I am “told” otherwise, I will keep my mission statement as I was given.