Free Intuition Training: Do the Opposite and Find Your Purpose
I first realized I was “different” when I was eight.
My sister, best friend and I were outside playing. My friend nonchalantly mentioned, “Did you know that XXX’s Daddy died?” I immediately heard a “voice” say, “He died of liver disease” which I repeated to my sister and best friend.
Later I told my mother that XXX’s Daddy had died of “liver disease.”
I recall my mother’s reaction as she demanded I tell her, “Who told you that?”
It was clear she was angry that I knew this which, I didn’t understand. I tried to tell her that I just “knew” but she wouldn’t believe me. She kept asking who told me?
She thought I was lying which upset me but I didn’t know what to say. I didn’t know who spoke to me in my mind? It was very confusing to an 8 year old.
I also understand now that back then people didn’t talk about alcoholism. It was taboo. My mother wasn’t so much angry at my “knowing” as she was worried about me going around the neighborhood saying that this man had died of “liver disease.”
Now I know that “voice” was my intuition. At 8 years old I had never heard that word. All I knew was that there was something different about me and how I got information that my mother thought was “wrong” so clearly it must be, right?
This started my life long struggle with trusting and following my intuition.
When I began my journey of sharing how listening to my intuition would impact my life five years ago (January 9th was PbI’s 5 year anniversary) I had no idea where I was headed.
My plan was to do the “opposite” of what I had been doing my entire life and chronicle how it affected me in my new blog: Powered by Intuition (which was originally called Mystic Musings & Meditations).
By 2010 I’d had enough of making the wrong decisions and being unhappy. I decided that from that moment on I would listen to my intuition for every single solitary decision I made.
I had gone into the wrong career, studied the wrong subject in college, married the wrong person, not gone on all the adventures I dreamed of like living in Europe and on and on and as a result I was stuck in a life I didn’t like at all. I realized that the problem was that I hadn’t followed my heart–my intuition. I had listened to other people for fear of making mistakes, being wrong and done what I thought “rational” and “sensible” people did instead.
Following my intuition from now on would be own my experiment of “doing the opposite.”
If you’re a Seinfeld fan you might recall the episode where George Costanza decides to do the exact opposite of what he’d been doing his whole life. He realized that every decision he made in his life had been wrong so, he does the opposite and and his life turns around.
So how has five years of following my intuition turned out?
Pretty good. The more I followed my intuition the more great things came into my life.
Of course, there were time I ignored it and made mistakes but every mistake only made it easier to listen the next time.
It led to my becoming a published best-selling author, speaker and mentor teaching others how to find their purpose and how to create a lifestyle business like mine around their purpose if they so choose.
Teaching others how to follow their intuition to create lives of meaning and purpose by living “The Intuition Principle” deeply fulfills me and is what makes me the happiest.
So here’s to five years of intuition led living!
To celebrate this milestone I’d like to give something special to the Powered by Intuition community.
I’m offering a Free Three Week Class to help you get clear on what your intuition is telling you. I’ll share how I got here and how you can get here too! There will be tons of time to ask your questions and it will be great fun spending time together.
Enroll in the free class to learn: How to interpret what your intuition is saying, create your big life vision around it and how to take action to MAKE 2015 THE YEAR YOU CHANGE YOUR LIFE BY DOING THE OPPOSITE TOO!
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Setting New Year Resolutions
by Brendan Baker
I absolutely love this time of year. I like to call it the season of dreams. It’s when most people take a step back, reflect on their life and check-in with their inner-self to see whether they are living their most inspirational life.
Unfortunately, most people realise that they are not living their most inspirational life and realise that something needs to change in order for them to move forward. The great thing is, the New Year is full of possibility and so New Year resolutions kick in to get them back on track and move them forward to their most inspirational life. The thing is, this energy, commitment and focus on their goals normally only lasts a couple of weeks as other priorities start to come in again and take over.
Does this sound like you?
Well, you’re not alone. It happens to most people. And there are some common reasons why this happens.
To ensure you set yourself up for success in 2014, you want to avoid these 5 mistakes people make when creating and pursuing their New Year resolutions.
Mistake #1: Your New Year Resolution is Not Linked with Your Values
Believe it or not, most New Year resolutions are not achieved because it’s not important to you. You might be thinking this sounds a little strange, as otherwise why would you be setting the resolution in the first place?
Simply put, it’s most likely that you don’t value what you’re trying to achieve with your New Year resolution as much as what you value in other areas of your life. That’s why you spend your time and energy on doing those other things.
As an example, you might have set a resolution to lose weight. However, this may not be a high core value for yourself. At least, there will be other values that you have which are higher than your value for losing weight. If this is the case, ask yourself why you have set this New Year resolution? If it’s because of social stigma, friends or family etc, realise that it’s not actually of value to you but of value to others.
For New Year resolutions to stick, you need to value them. To get around this, ask yourself the question ‘how can this serve me in other areas of my life’? This can lead you to gain awareness that losing weight might actually have its advantages in other areas of your life in which you do value more highly.
Mistake #2: Your New Year Resolution is Not Written Down
One of the most common mistakes that people make when it comes to setting New Year resolutions is that they don’t write them down.
The simple act of writing down your New Year resolutions can do wonders for your focus and motivation. Writing down your resolutions will force you to structure and organise your thoughts and commit to something in the physical form.
Having it written down can act as a stronger, visual reminder of what it is that you are trying to achieve.
Mistake #3: Your New Year Resolution Has No Action Plan
When setting New Year resolutions, most people set the goal but they don’t take the time to work out how they are actually going to achieve it.
Knowing the end game is just a part of the battle. Unfortunately, I need to break some news to you… you do actually need to take action and make it happen. The first part to this is creating your step-by-step plan on achieving your New Year resolution.
When you have a plan mapped out, make sure you actually schedule it in your diary and commit to it. Make it a habit to work towards your New Year resolution. It will be hard at first but it will always become and more motivating as you progress, get used to the process and start to see results.
Mistake #4: Your New Year Resolution Has No Time-Frame
Another mistake that most people make when setting New Year resolutions is that they do not set a specific time-frame to realise it.
New Year resolutions are just like goals. They need a time-frame to be completed in. When no given time-frame is involved, you will have the opportunity to procrastinate and put off achieving your resolution.
Make sure you set yourself a time-frame to realise your New Year resolution and this should be a clear part of your plan.
Mistake #5: Your Don’t Have the Support You Need to Fulfill Your New Year Resolution
When you’re battling something alone and don’t have the support of others, it can be very hard work.
Surrounding yourself with the right people (being those individuals who are also passionate and interested in what you are trying to achieve), this can have a massive effect on your overall success. These people will hold you accountable to a higher standard, they will motivate you and push you towards reaching your goals.
Thinking about your own New Year resolutions, who in your life will have the biggest positively impact to your success and how can you engage with them more frequently?
This is the season of dreams. Ensure that the dream becomes reality by avoiding the 5 key mistakes above.
What can you do differently this year to ensure you remain focused, committed and motivated in achieving success? Have questions for Brendan? Leave a comment.
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Brendan Baker helps people who feel stuck doing work they don’t like start to make a difference and an income doing what they love. He writes over at The Start of Happiness and has created the Launch Your Life Academy to support people gain clarity of their goals in life and stay focused and motivated in achieving them. Feeling stuck? Check out Brendan’s new course here.
What’s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do. –Bob Dylan
What matters most money or happiness?
Do you fear following to your intuition to do what you love? Are you unsure as to whether, “the money will follow?”
“There comes a time when you ought to start doing what you want. Take a job that you love. You will jump out of bed in the morning. I think you are out of your mind if you keep taking jobs that you don’t like because you think it will look good on your resume. Isn’t that a little like saving up sex for your old age?”
Watch this inspiring video narrated by Steven Jobs & Alan Watts. You may change your mind:
Steve Jobs – Alan Watts – Follow Your Heart from Ahmet Ersöz on Vimeo.
Each day we are bombarded with information telling us to “go after our dreams” but, our fear of letting go of security stops us.
The reality is that we need food, shelter and access to healthcare, all of which require money, in order to survive.
So, how do you start living the life you dream of while still “surviving in the real world?”
Warren Buffett has some terrific advice for young people just beginning their career journey:
“I tell college students to take the job you would take if you were independently wealthy.” –Warren Buffet
What if you are not just starting out? What if you have a mortgage, family and piles of bills to pay each month?
Is there any way to create a fulfilling life without making money the focus of your life?
How to let your intuition nudge you toward happiness and put money in perspective:
1. Realize that “money” is not the problem. Money is only an exchange of energy. Years ago people exchanged goods and services in order to survive. It’s much more convenient to pull paper money out of your pocket than a goat.
“When I chased after money, I never had enough. When I got my life on purpose and focused on giving of myself and everything that arrived into my life, then I was prosperous.” –Wayne Dyer
2. The grass is always greener on the other side. If we don’t have money we soon find out we need it to survive and acquire the basic necessities in life. And when we do have money, many times we are doing jobs we don’t like. Neither extreme is healthy.
“There is only one class in the community that things more about money than the rich, and that is the poor. the poor can think of nothing else.” –Oscar Wilde
3. Come to terms with the fact that you do need money to survive in the physical world. Endeavor to find a job you can do without getting an ulcer over having to face it day after day.
“Do not hire a man who does your work for money, but him who does it for love of it.” –Henry David Thoreau
4. To find the job or to create one that you love you must begin to allow your intuition to guide you. If you learn how to listen to your own inner wisdom it will guide step by step each day toward making decisions in the direction of greater happiness and fulfillment.
Use this intuitive barometer to make all your decisions: If you feel energized and enthused by something – it’s a yes! If you feel dread and drained of energy just thinking about something – that’s a big NO GO!
Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art. –Andy Warhol.
5. Make time to meditate every day. Go within to listen to your inner voice. Only by listening to this inner guidance – your intuition – will you know what steps to take to move your life back on the track of greater fulfillment.
“I insist on a lot of time being spent, almost every day, to just sit and think. That is very uncommon in American business. I read and think. So I do more reading and thinking, and make less impulse decisions than most people in business. I do it because I like this kind of life.” –Warren Buffett
6. Before making any decisions, taking a new job or otherwise, ask yourself if this action is moving you in the direction of more fulfillment in your life or away from it? If it moves you further away from happiness and fulfillment, allow yourself 48 hours to review your decision before committing to it.
There is no class so pitiably wretched as that which possesses money and nothing else. –Andrew Carnegie
7. Accept that sometimes you will make decisions based on your pocketbook because you need to pay the bills. As long as the majority of the decisions you make in life lead you toward greater fulfillment and happiness, rather than in the single-minded pursuit of money and security, that’s fine and as it should be.
“It is a kind of spiritual snobbery that makes people think they can be happy without money. –Albert Camus
Have you allowed your intuition to lead you or has money been a driving force behind your career choices?
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“To realize ones destiny is a person’s only obligation.” –Paulo Coelho
You’ve done everything the experts say.
You’ve read books, taken personality tests, and filled in the worksheets.
And yet you still feel lost.
They say “follow your passion” and you would do it… if you knew what they were.
Today I want to share with you how I discovered my dream. I want you to learn from my experience so you can begin discovering your dream today.
Three years ago, I was lost too.
I had no idea what to do with my life.
I tried it all.
But in the end I still didn’t know what to do.
It’s scary, right? Especially when you feel like you’ve done everything – and you still aren’t seeing results.
Looking in All The Wrong Places
I was spending so much time trying to figure out my passion that I wasn’t actually paying attention to my own life. My nose was stuck in a book, I was lost in my thoughts, I was struggling.
The problem is that we can learn a million strategies to discover our passion but if we don’t actually take the time to apply it then it take us no where.
Using Daily Experiences to Discover A Dream
Hi there. My name is Izzy.
I’m about to turn 30 in a few months. I used to be a teacher in America.
In my 4th year teaching it looked like I had it made – I was getting my masters degree, moving up the ladder and would soon be running my own school… One problem: I hated everything I was doing.
So I started to do some intense soul searching.
I read books, talked to loved ones, took personality tests and even paid for expert advice. Initially, nothing seemed to help.
But there was one simple problem: I wasn’t paying attention to my day to day life. I was so depressed that I was blind to the world in front of me.
Eventually, I realized the only way to figure this thing out – is to actually start paying attention to each day.
And guest what! It worked.
I discovered my dream: to become a ninja…
Sounds, crazy right?
Some dude is talking about a being a ninja. Let me explain:
This isn’t just any dream – it’s a childhood dream. So, according to my 8 year old brain a ninja does the following 3 things:
1. Lives in a far away land.
2. Trains extensively in martial arts.
3. Challenges the traditional rules of work and life.
So over the course of 3 years I have turned my dream into a reality.
I quit my job, I moved to Japan, and train extensively in martial arts. I work just enough to cover my expenses.
I share this as evidence that what I am about to share with you works.
Each of the 8 strategies I share below has contributed to the discovery of my dream.
I hope with all of my heart they can do the same for you.
8 Ways To Use Daily Experiences to Identify Your Dreams
1. Listen to Your Conversations
When I talked with people I started to notice how it impacted my mood. When I discussed travel and martial arts I would get excited. I started to pay closer attention to this.
Topics that excite you or bother you can be key indicators for your dreams.
2. What Makes You Jealous
In particular when I was struggling in my day to day life I would get jealous of other people. But it was interesting to see who I was jealous of. I noticed I was most jealous of people who “had the freedom to travel”. Hinting to me that this was very important.
Jealousy is a very powerful emotion because it tells you that someone has something that you want but do not have.
3. Carry a Thought Journal
I started to carry a journal everywhere. Basically any ideas, or insights would be written down. On Sunday I would review what I wrote. This always triggered deeper reflections. These reflections started to open doors to explore what I truly wanted out of my life.
4. Keep an Emotional Time Log
I started to write down my emotions at each hour of the day. I used my journal for this. This was powerful because I started to notice patterns. Things that excited me and made he happy hinted at my dreams and passions.
This is a truly amazing activity. It can help you identify things that are leading to your positive emotions and negative emotions.
5. Hang out with positive people.
After using an emotional log to track my emotions I started to realize that my friends and peers had a huge impact on me. So I made an active effort to be around people that “excited” me. The more I was around these people the more my sense of possibility increased. This was critical because the pursuit of a dream requires a huge sense of possibility.
Optimistic people will encourage your dreams and expand your sense of possibility.
6. Keep a Daily Log of All Activities (with rankings)
After I had done the emotional log for a while I decided to switch gears. I started tracking my daily activities. This included everything from meetings, martial arts, teaching math, science, picking up groceries, and hanging out with friends.
After each activity I gave it a score from 1 to 10 (10 being “I loved it!”). I did this for one week. I then looked it over at the end of the week and used it to help me better understand which activities I enjoyed the most.
7. Develop a daily gratitude list and look it over once a week.
Every night before I went to sleep I wrote down 5 things I appreciated. Then I looked at my list once per week. The crazy thing is that I kept on being appreciative of the same things – this was powerful because it helped me discover those things I truly enjoyed. Once again, this hints at your dreams and passions.
8. Write down every “I just wish I could…” statement in your head.
When I was battling through the depression I would often say statements in my head that started with “I wish I just could…”. Eventually, I realized it could be powerful to write these down. Here are the two biggest statements I made –
“I wish I could just live in a foreign country and not do this stupid job.”
“I wish I could just train in martial arts full time.”
I wrote these down – and started to ask the question: how can I do this?
Eventually I discovered exactly how to do it.
Some Final Thoughts
Each and every day is an opportunity to move closer towards your dreams. But this can only happen if you become an active participant in your world. I share each of these 8 strategies in hopes that you can start applying them to your life immediately.
Discovering your dream is not something that just magically happens. It takes time but by listening to yourself and the world around you – you can make it happen .
I hope today you begin the discovery of your dream. What steps do you find most useful to discover your dream?
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Who is Izmael Arkin?
Izzy is a crazy dude. He quit his job as a teacher to pursue his childhood dream: to become a ninja. He now lives in Japan where he trains in martial arts extensively. Check out Izzy’s Ninja Tool Kit – books and tools to help you follow your dreams. You can read more about Izzy’s journey at The 30 Year Old Ninja,
Coming Back to Life Ecourse – Interview with my dear friend, Jodi Chapman
Jodi please tell us about yourself.
I am an inspirational writer. I am definitely evidence that our lives can change drastically once we make our minds up and begin to leap toward our dreams. For now, I’ll say that I write the blog Soul Speak, and I am so grateful for the loving community there. I also co-wrote (with my amazing husband, Dan Teck) the bestselling Soulful Journals series – 11 writing-prompt books that make getting to know yourself fun. I am the author of the upcoming book, Coming Back to Life: How An Unlikely Friend Helped Me Reclaim My True Spirit, which is what my new ecourse is based on.
What inspired you to create the Coming Back to Life Ecourse?
Two years ago, I was in a very different place. I was feeling lost and numb and completely disconnected from my soul and from all of life. Like so many of us, I was living my life on auto-pilot. I was alive in the sense that my body was functioning – my heart was beating, and I was getting up each day and going to work, but I wasn’t REALLY living. I was just going through the motions – sleepwalking through life – and I wasn’t even aware of it.
And it’s not like this numbing out happened overnight – it happened gradually over a period of many years. Throughout my life, when something or someone hurt me, it felt like a little part of me left. I’ve always been a sensitive soul, and sometimes it was just easier to retreat rather than feel the pain.
I also have lived most of my life feeling afraid and stepping back rather than leaping when I was called to take a chance. Also, I had spent several years in survival mode – struggling to get by financially, and I if I did realize that I was numb and needed to wake up and start living, I would’ve seen this as frivolous and not a great way to make sure all the bills were paid. So all of these pains and fears and struggles piled up on top of each other – creating a dark cloud over my heart. It was just easier to go to sleep and not think about it or feel any of it.
Two years ago, all of the struggles in my life came to a head – my husband and I had to move under very stressful and surprising circumstances, we were having a hard time staying passionate about our struggling gift business, we were drowning in bills with no light that we could see at the end of the tunnel, and we had just lost two people who meant a lot to us. So we were grieving and trying to put our life back together at the same time.
All I wanted to do was crawl into my bed, pull the covers up, and wake up when everything was better again. I didn’t know how I was going to keep going.
That’s when the helping hand came.
My loved one who had just died began communicating with me from the other side. He was my childhood sweetheart, and we hadn’t spoken in almost 20 years. I was definitely not open to this sort of thing at all, so it took an entire year of him sending me signs and me asking for more signs and on and on before we finally could get to work. And once we did, my entire world opened up. He helped me see that being here on Earth is such a beautiful gift – a gift that we have chosen to be a part of. He helped me see that I wasn’t really living. And he helped me wake up and step back into my life again.
Our journey together has been life-changing for me. Everything changed – all because I now saw things through a different lens. I now know that my time here is precious, and I can choose to come back to life. We all can.
That’s why I created this course. I was given this beautiful gift, and I didn’t want to keep it all to myself. I want to be the helping hand for anyone who wanted to start living again and wasn’t sure how to do it.
Can you tell us about the Coming Back to Life Ecourse? Who is it for?
The Coming Back to Life Ecourse begins on 10/1 and lasts for 6 weeks. It’s a helping hand, a set of concrete tools, and a loving support system all wrapped up into one heartfelt course!
This course is for those of us who have ever felt disconnected from life – from our soul. It’s for those of us who have felt our light dimming. It’s for those of us who know that there is more to life than simply getting through the day.
This course is for those of us who are ready to plug back into this magical universe, reconnect with our soul, and open our hearts again. It’s for those of us who are no longer willing to just “get by” and sleepwalk through our days. It’s for those of us who are ready – truly ready – to start living fully.
If you’re ready to:
- live fully and love fully.
- take responsibility for your life.
- push past your fears & reach your dreams.
- forgive, let go, and move forward.
- see the world with childlike wonder.
- reconnect with your soul.
- believe in miracles again.
- open up to this amazing universe.
- join a community of loving souls.
- be completely authentic and vulnerable (in a good way).
- join a course that comes from the heart and soul.
…then this course is for you!
What can someone expect to learn from this course, and how will it change their life?
I do want to mention that this course can’t change your life unless you are willing to change the way you are living your life. You have to be open to it and you have to be willing to put in the work. That may sound harsh, but it’s the truth. I have read tons of self-help books throughout my life and was always disappointed when nothing changed. Well, it was because I simply read the book but didn’t apply any of the teachings to my own life. I read them like I would read a novel – simply for enjoyment rather than to learn and REALLY change and grow.
If you sign up for this course and simply watch the videos and read through the workbook but don’t apply any of the exercises to your own life, I’m sure you will enjoy everything but I would bet that nothing in your life will change. You have to make the choice to take action. You have to be so fed up with your current way of living that you are honestly ready to make a change. And if you are, then this course really can help you. It’s based on what I went through in my own life, so I know that it works.
Once you decide to wake up and start living fully, you will begin to examine why you stopped living and then you get to figure out how to heal from that, forgive yourself and anyone else that needs to be forgiven, open up to the universe, and begin embracing your life again.
And no, it’s not always as easy as this makes it sound. But once you begin and once you feel that glimmer of hope again – that feeling that you probably haven’t felt in a really long time – you won’t want to turn around. You’ll want to keep moving toward the light. I guarantee it. This course will start you on a beautiful journey that you will continue for the rest of your life.
Who are some of the contributors?
A complete list of the 35+ contributors can be seen here, but here is a short list of some of the souls who share their heart inside the course:
My beautiful husband, Dan Teck http://www.halfwayupthemountain.com,
Kristine Carlson (Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff Series) http://www.kristinecarlson.com
Jen Louden (The Woman’s Comfort Book) http://www.jenniferlouden.com
Linda Joy (Aspire Magazine) http://www.aspiremag.net
Amanda Oaks (Kind Over Matter) http://www.kindovermatter.com
Angela Artemis (Powered by Intuition) http://www.poweredbyintuition.com
+ so many more!
What do you hope that people will take away after completing the course?
I want them to see that there is another way to live. I want them to really know that we have a choice – we truly don’t have to go through life simply going through the motions and just getting through the day. There is an entire universe out there that we are only just beginning to tap into. Our soul is connected to such a beautiful world – and waking up is the key to experiencing this way of life.
What bonuses are you offering to enrollees?
I’m thrilled to offer over $150 in wonderful bonus gifts, which you’ll receive immediately after joining!
1. Entire Soulful Journals Ebook Series – $65 Value!
I co-wrote this popular series with my husband, Dan Teck. It contains 11 books to help you get in touch with yourself and live your best life. The topics include gratitude, soulful journaling, healing through transitions, two books for couples, two books for teens, manifesting your ideal life, and keeping your commitments.
2. Emotional Awareness Workbook – $20 Value!
My friend, Dominee Wyrick has created this beautiful workbook to help you get in touch with your emotions. It’s completely free when you register!
3. The Intuition Principle Guided Meditations – $10 Value!
My wonderful friend, Angela Artemis is giving you 3 guided meditations from her brand new album of 14 guided meditations when you register! They are designed to help you connect with your soul, find your passion and discover your purpose in life.
4. Best Affirmations Workbook – $27.95 Value!
My friend, Scott Armstrong, is offering his Best Affirmations Workbook when you register! I have this program and can personally say that it’s a wonderful tool to help you use affirmations to change your thoughts, which will lead to changing your life!
5. The Bold Living Guides – $19.99 Value!
My friend, Barrie Davenport from Live Bold and Bloom is offering her popular Bold Living Guides for free when you register!
The Bold Living Guides include six essential areas for self-improvement: Self-Awareness and Personal Growth; Passion and Purpose; Positive Change and Simple Productivity; A Healthy Lifestyle for Mind, Body, and Spirit; Amazing Relationships; and Professional and Financial Well-Being. It’s a beautiful, helpful guide!
6. 3 Issues of Sprout Online Magazine – $18 Value!
Created by my friend, Amanda Fall, Sprout online magazine uplifts and inspires through color, beauty, and meaning! Each issue explores soul-stirring themes, planting seeds of hope and healing. Receive 3 back issues of your choice for free when you register!
7. Flying by the Seat of My Soul Ebook – $13 Value!
My friend, Tess Marshall, has written this uplifting book that will inspire you to live more passionately and pursue your heart’s desire with more conviction! It’s yours for free when you register!
All of these are FREE and available immediately after you register for the ecourse!
Where can people find out more?
Please go to the Coming Back to Life page: http://www.jodichapman.com/coming-back-to-life-ecourse/
You will learn all about the course, including each week’s content, a detailed description of all that you’ll receive in the course, and a complete list of contributors!
Jodi Chapman is the founder of Soul Speak and an inspirational writer. Please visit her website to learn more about the upcoming course: Coming Back to Life.
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