How to Achieve Your Life Purpose and be all that you came here to be

Free Spirits – monthly meetings

Free Spirits Monthly Meetings

- how to enhance your life

Free Spirits

Free Spirits

- taking back your power

Sacred Circle – workshop

SACRED CIRCLE – WORKSHOP We are unique individuals and we are all one. Interconnected by an energy sea of consciousness. Affected by the wider systems that we belong to; family, work systems, cultural systems, media. Called the collective Consciousness. We are healing these systems as we heal ourselves; contributing to global transformation. Healing doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with us. Healing is about wholeness and evolution. Jung referred to ‘collective problems’ showing up in millions of individual psyches. We can feel less alone, if we know we are working things out together. Sacred circle invites us to bring any issues to light. So that we can see, experience and explore our ways of managing life. Providing the opportunity for freedom and resolution, to restore our natural flow of love.

Growing into the Light

Growing into the Light

- the art of co-creation

Does Your Work Make You Happy?

What is the real difference between “work” and “a job”? You labor at both of them. You could make money at both of them. But there’s a real difference! A job only pays the rent. After that, it might have no further meaning to you. But your life’s work feels really worth doing – it is fulfilling and makes a very difference to other people. It’s all meaning, whether it makes money or not.

“Meaning” is a very big word, a lot tougher to unpack than “job” or even “work.”

What do you think makes work meaningful? Do you want your work to be meaningful like Mother Teresa’s work with lepers? Or Einstein’s theory of relativity? Will you save the world from destruction or create an illuminating work of art? Or do you have to make millions of dollars? Inside most of us is the feeling that truly meaningful work has to be on a giant scale, or has to lead to a kind of worldly “greatness,” like an Olympic medal. Find out what kinds of thoughts come into your mind about that phrase “meaningful work.”

Take out a piece of paper and write down as much as you can about what you think the world calls “meaningful work.” If you wish, name some people whose lives seem especially significant and explain why you think so. Ask yourself what makes work really worthy? Don’t worry if anyone else would agree with you. You can’t make a mistake here. Now read what you’ve written. Do your thoughts resemble this?

“Meaningful work has to do some good in this world. It has to help mankind in some way.” Or this: “To be meaningful your efforts have to make a splash. You have to be successful. No matter what the field.” Or: “I think people who have meaningful work are totally driven. They can’t eat or sleep because they have discovered something, like Columbus, or Newton, or they have a huge vision, like Beethoven.” Or: “Well, I think the world finds it meaningful to do your best: have a family and a home and a good job. Be a pillar of the community.”

Many people think they have no problem with meaningful work, that they are thrilled if they can find anything to make themselves happy – but how fulfilling is that work? Every time they worry that they could get trapped in some kind of work they don’t really care about, they are dealing with the problem of meaningfulness. In the back of their minds is the thought that, somehow, they have to make a contribution to something, be acknowledged, do something that matters – or they are just wasting their lives.

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Free Spirits – monthly meetings

Free Spirits Monthly Meetings

- how to enhance your life

Free Spirits

Free Spirits

- taking back your power

Sacred Circle – workshop

SACRED CIRCLE – WORKSHOP We are unique individuals and we are all one. Interconnected by an energy sea of consciousness. Affected by the wider systems that we belong to; family, work systems, cultural systems, media. Called the collective Consciousness. We are healing these systems as we heal ourselves; contributing to global transformation. Healing doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with us. Healing is about wholeness and evolution. Jung referred to ‘collective problems’ showing up in millions of individual psyches. We can feel less alone, if we know we are working things out together. Sacred circle invites us to bring any issues to light. So that we can see, experience and explore our ways of managing life. Providing the opportunity for freedom and resolution, to restore our natural flow of love.

Growing into the Light

Growing into the Light

- the art of co-creation

Robert Mason

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