Guidance for one in the healing arts

John has been working in the healing arts for many years and feels he is at at a crossroad in life.  He says, “I would like to get more clear on my life purpose and direction. Am I to continue along my present path and studies or is it time for me to take that next step and move in a different direction? I often think about being an inspirational speaker and the idea of writing a book to inspire others to live more fulfilling lives keeps coming up.I have a growing business in the wellness sector and I love to learn about the spirit-mind- body connections.  Somehow I feel I am meant to serve a greater purpose.”

Why do you not see the great purpose in your whole existence, my dear one?  This wanting to serve a greater purpose, you’ve been doing it.  You are serving a greatest purpose every second of your path.  You are an amazing being that has helped more than you have any idea about.  As to getting out of it, it is very hard to change when one truly finds yourself feeling good about helping others find their way. To speak about it is a good idea. Yes, go for it.  To write about it?  Absolutely.  Do all of these things and more.

But more important for you is the need to find a place that refills you.  You, in fact, get very drained from just your life’s path.  Not so much that it’s making you ill, but sometimes you get lost in the needs of others, compared to the needs of you.   And you are very important.  I don’t mean that you should deny all those other beings their time with you.  But find a place to replenish where you can be in harmony with your world.  For harmony I believe is your very essence.  That is why you help people so easily; you can step into the world almost like a chameleon.  You change form and help them.  Speak about it.  Go for all of these avenues.  But most of all find time for you.

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  1. Annabelle June 22, 2010 at 8:50 am - Reply

    Hello. I would like to ask my guides if they could establish a louder voice when they speak with me. I no longer fear the voice and am ready to hear it. I am open to receiving messages.

    Love and Light,

    Annabelle

  2. AJ Adams June 22, 2010 at 2:15 pm - Reply

    I am wondering about how to handle an issue with my husband. We are in a transitionary time right now. I have just graduated college, a task that took me several of our adult years to finish. The student loans are substantial, and we have a small honeymoon period before I have to start to pay for them. My husband is nervous over money. I fear he is starting to resent me because he doesn’t think I will be able to bring in enough money, and therefore we will be financially stressed. I plan to start a business. Neither of us know where funding will come from to start the business, but I really feel like everything will be okay. He was raised in a family where “stability” was getting a traditional 9-5 job working for someone else, sitting behind a desk in front of a computer. That would be so stifling to me. I was suffocate. He is a dear man. A wonderful husband and father. My best friend. I don’t want to disappoint him, but I will not be pushed into a job like that and abandon my dreams. He says he understands and he supports me, but his behavior doesn’t indicate that. He’s short with me, we’re starting to fight over ridiculous things. I don’t want to walk on egg shells, and I don’t want him to be stressed. What can I tell him to ease the tension?

    Thank you so much for your insight. Many blessings.

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