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The soul is the sum total of all you are, your past experiences and your potential future as well as the now. The soul resides in your energy field and your heart acts as the gateway which feels and breathes. It is the intuitive knowing deep inside you. It is your soul’s purpose in life to strive for growth and freedom. The purpose of your life is to grow in spirit.When we are clear of our soul’s intention we learn to live with paradox and to look at polarity through a new lens. Instead of feeling conflicted by the tension of opposites, such as right and wrong; doing and being, we learn to accept the inherent paradox because we can see how it serves the whole.

If you find the soul, you will find the most wonderful part of yourself and your life becomes truly magical.

We are each born with many unique talents and gifts, treasures waiting to be discovered. Our challenge is to find the real from the fake. Life is our teacher as are the many people who will come and go in our lives to help or hinder our way but all of them have something to teach us and the experiences are opportunities for learning and growth.

  • From one teacher to another.
  • From one learner to another.
  • These resources are offered to light your way.

Complete the free passion test a simple exercise for a powerful way to discover your passions, the things that really matter in your life. This test will give you a detailed analysis of where you are right now in living your passions. Please visit thepassiontest.com.

Through powerful anecdotes, lessons from brain science and tools for self assessment Rick Smith shows how with the right amount of passion, determination and three simple steps anyone can make the leap to a more successful and fulfilling life. Go take the leap test at leapbuilder.com.

Take a moment to visit this site it contains the gift of inspiration!
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“We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time.”
T .S. Eliot – The Four Quartets