Struggle … or opportunity?

As the year nears a close, many of us are facing challenges whether in terms of physical health, finances, relationships or our career. The opportunity is to resolve any unfinished business before we move into the new era.

How do you approach your challenges? Do you see them as struggles…or spiritual lessons, an opportunity to learn and grow?

These past six months, my challenge/opportunity has been supporting loved ones move through major health issues. Looking back on other life challenges, I see that often they’ve been a catalyst for change. Girded into action, we can discover a quality or positive skill-set that allows us to stand strong in ourself…and from that we may find a sense of purpose.

Of course, when we understand our archetypal energy, we know that we have what we need to deal with any challenge….that the gifts of our archetypes are there to enhance and support us.

If you’re struggling right now, take a look at our 12 week Archetypes Mentoring programme to see if its something you’d like to work with to understand and empower your self.

Contact me when you’re ready to let go of the struggle and transform your life!

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