Laughter was heard ringing through the streets as humans emerged from their homes... They had spent several weeks away from each other, in separation and isolation, and now they were finally allowed to come out, and yet something was different.
They were completely happy for the first time in a long time, and they joined hands with their neighbors and they laughed.
Happy, Grateful and Free...
The world looked different than it did before, it was like nothing they had ever seen before. Stunning colors swept the land and there was beauty that was beyond comprehension.
The New Earth was here.
Humanity had gone through a collective dark night of the soul, many tears were shed for what had been happening on Earth, and they could now finally see the Truth.
The Truth was that they were all one, and there was no separation. They no longer had anything to fear, as fear itself was merely an illusion.
An illusion that was so strong, and so convincing,...
As humans, we are going to fail, we are going to fall flat on our faces many times, and it's going to be messy.
We are perfect in the knowledge that we aren't perfect, we are going to make mistakes, and that is okay, that is just part of the journey called life.
When we do make a mistake, or "fail" at something, the single best thing we can do for ourselves is to learn to have compassion, grace, and understanding. This is when we give space to allow our true self to emerge from the deepest depths within us.
Your true self is hiding within you, and wants to come out and play, but cannot do so when we are overly critical & hard on ourselves, we don't give that higher aspect of us a chance to grow.
When we learn to treat ourselves in the same way you would a small child, that is when we flourish beyond our wildest dreams.
Failure is a part of the human experience, making mistakes is a part of the learning process, and that is absolutely okay! Failure gives you a great opportunity...
I am a big dreamer, I always have been and always will be, but what I have realized is that not everyone is like that. Not everyone has a dream, and I find that rather... Sad.
My favorite thing to ask people is "what is your dream life?" and I am rather surprised by how many people simply stare back as though I just asked them some complicated math equation.
It's not a trick question, I'm simply wondering what their dream life is, what makes them get out of bed in the morning, what makes them go to the job they actually hate, what makes them do the things they do?
If you aren't doing something in alignment with your dreams in life, then what are you doing it for?
For myself, I worked for many years at a little breakfast cafe, serving bacon and eggs type thing, coffee and toast to hundreds of people each day. It was long days, I made good money because I was good at what I did. But the whole time, I had a much bigger dream that I was working towards.
I would go home after my long 8...
When I was a teenager, I was rather observant, and I would always watch the adults and how they lived their lives. The thing I remember reflecting on was that they weren't living very great lives, in fact, I realized they were actually living pretty awful lives, without intention, purpose, meaning or true connection with others.
It was almost as if they were sorta just drifting through life, unaware of what they were doing, or how wonderful their lives could truly be if they just would take some time to actually think about what it was they truly wanted for their lives.
Years later, this has become my mission here, and that is to help others to create a life that they love, a life of their wildest dreams.
So I started my own coaching business- World Dreamerz and started to form my mission statement which is:
"Our mission is to bring forth the human potential, sparking the gifts and talents that are innate to the human being, and using that intuitive nature to create a life...