In the Soul Flow, we’ll explore what the Celtic tradition calls soul-forgetfulness. Perhaps you’ve forgotten who you are and what you know – personally and collectively in the deepest part of yourself. In this flow, you’ll listen to and befriend your soul, treating it as sacred. Using your imagination is one way of reawakening your soul.
What makes your heart sing?
What have you forgotten that you used to love doing?
The grief journey has many lessons and one of the biggest ones is answering the question, who am I now? While it may seem daunting, this can be an opportunity for renewal and reinvention. If you allow yourself time in the soul flow – that transitional space between loss and possibility – then your dormant gifts will have room to develop as never before.
You’ll clear the path to carry out your soul mission with grace and effectiveness. Your soul is connected to three divine essences: to the divine, to all collective unconscious wisdom, and to your soul path – past, present, and future.
Grief encourages change from within; often reawakening forgotten values and creativity, perhaps for the first time. There are infinite possibilities awaiting your discovery. In the Soul Flow, we’ll look at roles you play, emerging identities, your strengths, as well as the legacy you want to leave.
Are there parts of yourself that are emerging or you’re rediscovering that you’d forgotten about?
We each have a part to play in this universe, we are part of the whole. You develop your gifts, and I develop mine, to further human evolution. For you have what I need, and I have what you need. We need each other.
In the Soul Flow, I’ll help you write a new life for yourself. We’ll review your path – what are you most proud of? What obstacles have you overcome? What have been the happiest of times? What legacy have you already left behind? What else do you want to do with the time you have left?
Within every person there’s a seed of wisdom. Let’s define your wisdom.
Develop your gifts to serve the world, the greater good.