Do you feel envious of people who have always known what they wanted to be/do?
Do you want more fulfillment, meaning and joy in your life?
If you're nodding "yes," then keep reading.
Do you spend time each week doing something you feel you were "meant to do?"
Do you know what activities can help pull you out of a funk?
Do you have a community of people who share with, support
and encourage you
in your activities?
If you're answering "no," then you're in the right place.
I know these questions well.
These questions used to keep me awake at night.
These questions are the ones I tossed around for years before I discovered my own heart's true path.
These questions, I know, distress plenty of other women who believe there's more to life than their current day-to-day grind. These questions are why I have developed the Heart's Path Discovery Sessions.
To discover my own heart's true path, I let go of these unhelpful outside-of-me questions and started listening within, to my own heart. I recorded what I was uncovering within my heart. I studied my heart's patterns. I connected with others whose hearts are similar to mine.
Because my own journey has made such a huge difference in my life, I want others to experience their own journeys to discovering and living their own hearts' true paths. I want to share what I know with you.
Your unique answers abide in your own heart.
You are in charge of deciding to set out toward your heart's true path.
You are the only one who can discover what you are "meant to do."
You are the one who can learn what activities can help pull you out of a funk.
You can create greater fulfillment and more meaning and joy in your own life.
You're invited to begin your own journey.
If you're a local Minnesotan, consider joining other Heart's Path Explorers in the upcoming in-person Heart's Path Discovery Sessions, which begin May 4. Learn more here. And if you're interested in receiving notifications about future online or in-person Heart’s Path Discovery Sessions, click here.
Join us! Make the most of your life!
What is missing from many of our days is a true sense that we are enjoying the lives we are living. It is difficult to experience moments of happiness if we are not aware of what it is we genuinely love.
—Sarah Ban Breathnach, Simple Abundance