By doing what we love (not what we are compelled to do) we can now start making a difference in the world… Because the more we get to know ourselves from the inside the more we will like who we are and what we do - no longer driven by compulsion we can now ‘do’ life with purpose. When we realise and accept that love lives inside of us, we can do what we love outside’ without the need for validation… When we do what we love rather than chase what makes us temporarily happy, we will be better at what we do because when there is genuine enthusiasm we will naturally give it our best.

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There is absolutely nothing wrong with dreaming. After all, many great success stories started out as dreams (I’ve been called a ‘dreamer’ most of my life, which I now see as a blessing). In fact, dreaming and planning (having some kind of aim) is an essential part of living and growing - a child without a dream becomes an adult without a purpose, aimlessly wandering through life - bored and unsatisfied. Dreams prevent us from becoming complacent, unmotivated, resentful and cynical. Dreams drive us forward and can absolutely help reduce stress, anxiety and depression! But to realise our dreams it’s important to know our purpose and to know our purpose, we must get to know ourselves - to understand our values as not to compromise ourselves (or others) along the way.

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Change is the only constant in life, so we better get used to it. White-knuckling it through life is hardly inspirational, let alone joyful. When we use our power to accept the Law of Change we can use our power to accept and face any changes that come our way, as the wheel of life continues to silently turn. And it will keep turning. It will keep moving. Learning to roll with it prevents us from being run over or left behind. Resistance causes pain and refusing to let go stunts our growth, it suffocates us because it keeps us boxed in. Seeing life as an adventure rather than a fearful duty allows us to engage our many other inner powers so we can travel light.

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In a circus, every action of the artist is an act. Those artists, or acrobats, are able to mould their bodies as they want, how they want and for as long as they want: that is a talent! A talent that without lots of practice may be mediocre rather than amazing. It’s the same with our own inner talents (we each have many that mostly lay dormant deep within).

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