Don't Die With Your Soul's Song Inside You!

Each one of us has our own role in the tapestry of the Whole that we are all a part of. It is only our fear and the Invisible Barriers that has blocked our soul or essence from being able to express itself through us freely. Each one of us has a unique song to be sung and shared with the world. We in the West, haven't been conditioned to know this truth, but in tribes in Africa, they are. In certain tribes, when a woman is pregnant she goes out into the wilderness with her girlfriends and they pray and meditate together until they hear the song of the child within her womb. They recognize that every soul has its own SoulPrint, like a fingerprint, that emanates out and expresses its unique tone, message and purpose. So what is your SoulPrint and what does it want to express through you?

If you could live the life of your heart and soul's desire; if you were not held back by fear, worries of money, limiting beliefs or these Invisible Blocks, how would your life be right now? Don't be like so many in the graveyard who passed before they got to sing their Soul's Song, like my mom did, and I almost did, before I received my second chance. What would your life look like, that when you're on the other side, your soul shouts out in excitement, "Wow, now that was a life well-lived! I fully lived out my heart's intention and sang my soul's song!"?

Are you ready to connect back into your SoulPrint and start singing its song? Are you ready to Live A Limitless Life? If so, start the journey by signing up for my free gift above!

Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else's life.
Don’t be trapped by dogma- which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.
Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice.
And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
They somehow already know what you truly want to become.
Everything else is secondary.”

Keep Alive The Dream In The Heart

As long as a person has a dream in their heart, they cannot lose the significance of living. Men cannot continue long to live if the dream in the heart has perished. It is then that they stop hoping, stop looking, and the last embers of their anticipations fade away.

The dream in the heart is the outlet. It is one with the living water welling up from the very springs of Being, nourishing and sustaining all of life. Where there is no dream, the life becomes a swamp, a dreary dead place and, deep within, a person's heart begins to rot. The dream need not be some great and overwhelming plan; it need not be a dramatic picture of what might or must be someday; it need not be a concrete outpouring of a world-shaking possibility of sure fulfillment. Such may be important for some. But it is not in these grand ways that the dream nourishes life. The dream is the quiet persistence in the heart that enables a person to ride out the storms of their churning experiences. It is the exciting whisper moving through the aisles of a person's spirit answering the monotony of days of dull routine. It is the ever-recurring melody in the midst of the broken harmony and harsh discords of human conflict. It is the touch of significance which highlights the ordinary experience, the common event.

The dream is no outward thing. It does not take its rise from the environment in which one moves or functions. It lives in the inward parts, it is deep within. Keep alive the dream; for as long as a person has a dream in their heart, they cannot lose the significance of living.

~ Dr. Howard Thurman

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