What is your purpose and how do you find it if you don't think you
know what it is?
answer may come from a small voice that tugs at your heart when
you first awaken and softly whispers, "If only I could..."
or "If money was no object, I would..."
inspires you to jump out of bed in the morning, whatever you are
excited to spend time doing, or whatever you feel really passionate
about probably has something to do with your purpose.
conversely, as Royce Morales, founder of PLA,
states, "Whatever your worst fear, your biggest 'weakness,'
or your primary life issue could also very likely be your biggest
strength, and ultimately part of your purpose."
have a unique format in which to live your purpose. Defining your
purpose is about exploring and experiencing ways to rediscover what
that form is meant to be.
willingness to be in total trust, fully on that quest, will allow
you to learn many life-lessons and will eventually bring you the
biggest rewards your life has to offer you.
The New Feminine Power
They know you can sense the potential of your extraordinary life…
If you’re successful, creative and desire to fully become your authentic self and contribute your gifts and talents to creating the future of our world, then you’re already infused with the energy of the new feminine archetype that’s emerging on the planet.
You also may desire deeper experiences of intimacy and connection, ecstatic aliveness, to be able give of yourself as a profound self-expression rather than self-sacrifice, to have a foundation of profound wellbeing, abundance and support, and to experience a sense of belonging and partnership with others who share this same path and destiny.
And yet, in spite of this juicy potential, there’s still a gap between how your life is showing up and the possibilities you sense within. The good news is this: the reason for the gap is not personal to you—it’s a collective problem for us as women. For the power we’ve been cultivating has primarily been masculine in nature, and doesn’t give us access to creating those things we most care about as women. Things such as love, wellbeing, a sense of belonging, ecstatic aliveness, high creativity and social transformation.
As transformative educators with over thirty years of experience between them, having worked with thousands of women, Katherine Woodward Thomas, MA, MFT and Claire Zammit, PhD (c) have discovered the practical tools and skills that give women access to a new kind of creative, inspiring and transformative power. They call it “The New Feminine Power”.