Tuesday, 11 October 2011

A transformational roadmap for bringing your lifestyle into alignment with your deepest Self

Do you find yourself rushing from one thing to another, over-booked, over-busy and over-buying just because you have no time to focus on what really matters in your life? Yes? This offers you a transformational roadmap for bringing your lifestyle into alignment with your deepest Self, creating a feeling of personal ease, as well as a better relationship with the planet. The truth is that we all want to be happy, satisfied with our lives, fully alive and contributing. But does the stuff of our daily life - our things, our consumption, our relationships, our commitments - give us the happiness we want? When the answer is no (and it is all too often) we keep trying to adjust our stuff - get more of it, get rid of it, get over it, get ahead - in order to become happy. In a culture of information overload, hyper-consumerism and uber-connected lifestyles, most of us feel a certain amount of stress in regards to our material possessions, our bodies, our livelihoods and even our relationships. Much of our creative genius - our real potential - is oftentimes squandered, sidelined or blocked. And it doesn't have to be that way. You'll gain a new way to relate to your money, time and stuff as well as understand how much is enough of anything, what really makes you happy and how to expand your options for having what you TRULY want. You may find out that what you truly want is more - or less - or different from - what you now believe you want. You'll never know without looking. You will also have fun discovering multiple strategies for having what you truly want, and feel confident about your capacity to keep having what you want well into the future. http://su.pr/2y1zvh

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Nancy Ashley

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