Everything we do leaves clues…
Often when we are going through an experience of change, transformation and awakening, it's hard to see the benefit immediately. Sometimes it can take a day, a month, a year or longer, but at some stage we get to see the gifts and see there were always clues.
I was inspired to write this blog, '7 clues to inspire your path to GREATNESS', as I came across a paper I wrote whilst on my intensive 12-month journey in 2008 studying a program, The Mystic Way. A combination of many modalities largely focused on Psychotherapy, Jungian philosophy and Archetypal principles. Or so I thought! In reality it was to turn me inside out and tip me upside down! I am beyond grateful for what I experienced for reasons I will share in the following words.
To put this into context I have shared an excerpt of my paper below, which I think you will find somewhat raw and relatable on some level. Within these words are so many clues leading me to my calling and purpose as I think you will see.
Summary of the 7 clues that follow:
Clue 1 - Don’t take on what ‘the experts’ say as gospel
Clue 2 - Everything we do leads somewhere
Clue 3 - The ego versus the spiritual ego, same driver different costume!
Clue 4 - Without the compass you have no direction
Clue 5 - You get loved up
Clue 6 - Get messy
Clue 7 - The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek. (click read more to continue...)
About the Author
Lara Wilson lives in Melbourne Australia. Her passion is to educate, inspire and empower you towards creating the life you love, in your GREATNESS. As a Warrior for Greatness, Lara shares insights as a speaker, writer, facilitator, trainer and change agent.
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