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How to Stop "Seeking" and Instead Finally Feel "Found".

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The lastest "trend" in the personal development world seems to be some variation on "I am not your guru, YOU are". YAY!  Fully grasping this is when the reins finally get handed to each of us, and we can stop living by all the bumber-sticker slogans and "get self-actualized quick" ideas that have been super popular over the last 3 decades. Not that any of those were bad, per se, they were simply evolutionary steps along the journey. And now we find ourselves at an exciting place: This is where, should we choose to, we can throw off the shackles of rote "way to be" quotes that limit us and instead FULLY STEP into the autonomy and freedom we're meant to experience as creative beings. 

Over last couple of weeks, I've been noticing a major increase in my awareness of the "rules" I live by that many would consider "healthy" but I had been using against myself. Any of these sound familiar? "Let go, Let God", "If it's meant to be, it will be", "Don't worry that you didn't get the outcome you wanted, the Universe has even BETTER plans for you", etc, etc. And if you're this side of suicidal then perhaps these are still useful. BUT if you habitually use them as excuses to give up your goals for yourself, take control of your own life in order to bring into fruition the lifestyle, relationships, health and impact that you want to have in the world, then THEY ARE NO LONGER SERVING YOU.

Ready to stop using personal development catch-phrases and spiritual thought-systems to LIMIT YOURSELF and make excuses for why you don't have the life you (secretly) want to have? 

Join us this week as we get into the nuts and bolts of putting away your spiritual suitcase and settling into experiencing the life you came here to have. (Boob jobs and riches totally welcome) *grins*

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