Our values determine what’s important to us. They drive our beliefs, our behaviors and our decision making. And they play a large role in the growth and long term success of our ventures. When we live in congruence with what matters most we can place emphasis on and move towards the fulfillment of our life mission.
Research has shown that the most successful entrepreneurs and leaders have lived through some of the most horrific adversity. Coping mechanisms, survival strategies and behaviors that stem from traumatic life experiences often help us develop a particular drive that can yield tremendous success.
The three ring circus of thoughts in our mind can stir up a flurry of emotion that disrupts the nervous system, weakens the immune response, creates inflammation and shows up as a multitude of symptoms in the body ...
Taking big leaps in your venture requires great risk, exposure and uncertainty. Especially when you’re mission driven there’s an emotional vulnerability intrinsically linked to this risk. To share your vision is to allow yourself to be seen. This raw honesty is foundational to not only your purpose but your bottom line.
What if the only difference between possibility & reality is perspective?
Our destiny is our destiny. We get to decide if it's our greater or lesser destiny. It's not the struggles along the way that define us, but how we respond to each obstacle along the way. We can turn them into stepping stones to live into the fulfillment of our mission on this planet.
There is a part of me and you so deep that no storm can take it away. When we are aligned with this truth, and the wisdom of its guiding force, our business can become a force for good and help us know ourselves more deeply.
Sahaja (Sanskrit: sahaja), means “co-emergent; spontaneously or naturally born together.”
Sahaja is the expression of spirit and matter as one - a ritual union of the feminine and masculine principles. Sahaja practices arose in Bengal during the 8th century among Buddhist Yogis called Sahajiya Siddhas.