Igniting a Vision

I frequently stumble a bit when people ask me what I do. It's not as simple as, "I teach meditation," or "I help people feel better by showing them how to dramatically reduce the amount of toxic crap they put in or on their bodies," or "I'm a mystic." 

You see, many people have no idea what energy work is, how active meditation is different than any other meditation, why essential oils are so dang amazing, how to take their nutrition (and therefore their physical energy) to a new level, or how a chakra can affect their feelings. Yes, I can help you take better care of your mind, your body, and your spirit...and it's not a one-size-fits-all thing.

Maybe you're like the princess with the pea under her mattress, and a reading would show you why it feels like armor and that the kitchen sink is under there all of a sudden. Maybe you want to sleep better, or feel more vibrant, or feel calmer. Maybe you don't know exactly what you want, you just know it's not whatever it is you're experiencing right now.

I've been toying around with different job descriptions, and it really comes down to one simple thing: sometimes we all need a little help seeing what's possible.

I help people ignite visions within themselves.

That's it, in a nutshell. Being a daring spirit means being connected with that little spark of divinity or creativity or spirit or cosmic energy or whatever you call it. Being a daring spirit means being unapologetic in our pursuit of the things that light us up and then shining that light out into the world. Being a daring spirit means operating under the assumption that the Universe is a powerful co-creator and wants us have the information we need to fully engage with that creativity.

What you do with that information is not my business. That's between you and the Universe. Our passion here, and our job, is to help you learn to see it. We help you ignite the vision within yourself. If you're ready to kick things up a notch, pick one of our programs or get a reading. Ignite a vision.

And notice what happens.

Barbara HolbrookComment