What does personal fulfillment mean to you?
With so much focus, these days, on things that are external to our selves: tech, business, networking and success, I’m redirecting the conversation back to you and your connection with yourself. Consider this: Have you achieved the success you wanted, but still feel like there’s something missing? Has religion disappointed you, yet you know there’s more to life than what you can see, touch, or feel? Does contentment always seem to be just outside your reach? Do you have “surviving” down so well that you’ve left no room for the unknown to work it’s magic?
Do you trust your intuition?
Coming at this differently: Do you believe that you’re guided in life by something greater than yourself that has your best interest at heart? And that following this guidance will reveal the fullest expression of yourself—and a life worth living? Not a life that others want for you, but one your soul knows belongs to you?
Begin exactly where you are.
Perhaps you’ve tried following your intuition, but felt blocked—especially in certain areas of your life. Join the club. So many of us are disconnected from our own inner knowing. Yet, whether you’ve trusted your intuition your entire life or never, your life is a reflection of the choices you’ve made.
Whether you’re a beginner at following your intuition or a seasoned pro and want to deepen your self-awareness, I can help. I call the tenets of my work The Goodness Framework for Living. It provides the answers to four basic questions from which we can live our life. They’re the tentative hypotheses you’ll explore as we work together, so you can see how they’re true for you. The questions are: Who am I; Where am I; Why am I here; and What must I do.
Trusting Your Intuition with Gail Harris