Posts Tagged awakening souls

7 Tips to Transition Into Your Life’s Purpose

Someone asked me a question which is worth answering in details.

“When you left Canada and moved to Spain did you worked there as a programmer, didn’t you?  How did you changed from a programmer job to be a coach? Did you start it next to your job and then quit from your job, or you quit from your job and then started to work on your coaching business? When did you realize that you want to be a coach? I’d just like to see some real example how one changes.” – Enikö

Excellent question. When I left Canada to move to Spain, yes, I got a job as a computer programmer. I have been working for many companies around the world including L’Oreal in Paris and CGI in Montreal. That paid very well: $2000 every single week. The job in Paris paid even more. So you may be wondering why and how I made that switch. Excellent question.

Back then, I was studying from Rion Freeberg as my first mentor. After working a year in Paris, I went 9 months in Thailand as I could pay a round-trip ticket and live a whole year there for $10k everything included. I met with Rion Freeberg, and as we were talking about dating, sexuality and feminine energy while riding an elephant, he made me realize that I was saying things that he never said and that none of the other teachers in the industry ever said. He made me realize that if I didn’t …Read More

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7 Reasons Money Is Important For Awakening Souls

In the article 21 Traits of an Awakening Soul, many commentators of the original article mentioned that they had difficulty with money. One of the main reason they mentioned is that Awakening Souls tend to see money as dirty, corrupt and useless. Yet, this poor relationship with money brings a lot of suffering. Let’s explore 7 reasons why money is important for awakening souls. If you don’t value money in itself, you must at least value the outcome it brings into your life.

1. Money is power, and you cannot do good without power

Let’s face it. Money gives you access to resources and access to people. It allows you to get, have or achieve anything you want or anything you need, especially since you can always hire others to do what you can’t do on your own. If you want to help orphan children, for example, perhaps you can help 2, 5 or even 10 children on your own, but you will need money to give support on any significant scale.

Money is power, and is neither good nor bad. It’s what you do with it that makes it either good or bad, and you need it to have a significant positive impact in your community or in the world. Also, here’s the reason charitable organizations fail to improve the state of the world. They provide value out of donations, and can only do so much until they run out of money. It is not scalable. If, however, they could solve specific problems while generating a …Read More

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