You Might Want to Read This One

Hi all,

You may notice that there are some themes here in these blog posts.  The topic of bringing about what we want in our lives into our realities.  I know that many of you may read that sentence and think, yeah, yeah, I have heard that stuff before!  I know! I thought that too for a long time.  I finally realized what I had been doing to myself through my negative thinking (particularly in my workplace).  It had manifested through a pattern of jobs with similar issues... It was partly me, and partly my workplaces.  Yes, most modern workplaces are not there to help us fulfill our innermost dreams (well, with the exception of those innovative and forward-thinking places - mostly out on the West Coast, but there are even a couple right here in Portland that are working on it - a few nonprofits even!). Doreen Virtue has a great free video series on abundance you can check out here that addresses this.

But most of us have some kind of idea (opening a B&B, teaching kids to farm, writing a book, whatever it may be!) we have toyed with doing at some point in our lives - right?  Are you thinking of that thing right now?  If you're not actively working towards that dream, I may have a hunch as to why.  It likely happened a long time ago:  someone told you that thing wouldn't make you money, or wasn't practical, or other people could do it better than you, or were more experienced, or educated, or smarter.  It was a belief that was instilled in you - probably that person was just trying to help be safe, protected and secure.  But that limiting belief has likely been with you for years, and includes the voice of the "inner critic." It took me quite a while to identify, and separate from, my inner critic... and now I can see when it creeps up.. and I push it aside (for the most part).

That limiting belief is no longer serving you.  Things have changed.  The world doesn't work like it  used to anymore - back when your parents or their parents grew up.  We are in a new era of a "connection economy" (check out this video from Seth Godin) where ANYONE can start anything - the internet has revolutionized start-up ideas.  And there is a bartering system in place.  And it's only going to grow.  Now's the time for you to add your skills, your ideas, to the mix.

So many of you may be thinking that you'd like some additional ideas on how to actually go about doing this. Well, for starters, you can ask the universe/God/guides/Source energy to help you and guide you. I tried doing that, just to see what happened, and was blown away.

I know that you also may be thinking, I just don't know if this stuff can work for me and HOW exactly it will work.  I felt that way too and was hungry for someone to help me with my particular situation.  All the books and videos and podcasts I'd been absorbing were great, but I couldn't figure out how to apply them to my own life.  I hired a coach who helped me, and started the process.  It took some work. But it was worth it.

A possible solution:  I am going to be putting out a series of videos, webinars (some for FREE some not for free), and an online course where you can have live guidance sessions and resources, tools and all that good stuff (especially for those of you halfway across the world who I know may be itching for this!).  Plus some interviews with inspiring people that I personally admire! You can get all this as well as other stuff that you'll be able to actually IMPLEMENT in your lives by getting on my email list at my website: www.soulfulworkconsulting.com .  Why, you ask?  This is my life's purpose:  to share widely what I have learned, studied, researched, and channeled (yes, I did just write that) so you can benefit as well. 

I think it could possibly change your life like it has mine.  For real.

In good thoughts and more..

Rachel

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Rachel White

A spiritual counselor, intuitive coach and writer, Rachel Horton White founded Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting in January 2016 to support those searching for true purpose and fulfillment in their lives. Along with individual coaching, Rachel shares in the world a podcast of interviews with inspirational figures and guided meditations, a blog of musings, workshops with private groups and in workplaces, and interactive online courses. She taught American Government at a local community college in Portland, Maine, and was an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher in Guadalajara, Mexico. With a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Wellesley College and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia, Rachel claims her true education came from studying abroad in Dakar, Senegal in college. Rachel is also an amateur dream analyzer, piano player, traveler, outdoor enthusiast, Tarot reader, yogi, writer/painter-of-sorts. Her most important and blessed roles of all came in her early 30s, as wife to an incredible man and mother, guide and pal to two energetic, bright-eyed, young children in Portland, Maine. A spiritual counselor, intuitive coach and writer, Rachel Horton White founded Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting in January 2016 to support those searching for true purpose and fulfillment in their lives. Along with individual coaching, Rachel shares in the world a podcast of interviews with inspirational figures and guided meditations, a blog of musings, workshops with private groups and in workplaces, and interactive online courses. She taught American Government at a local community college in Portland, Maine, and was an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher in Guadalajara, Mexico. With a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Wellesley College and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia, Rachel claims her true education came from studying abroad in Dakar, Senegal in college. Rachel is also an amateur dream analyzer, piano player, traveler, outdoor enthusiast, Tarot reader, yogi, writer/painter-of-sorts. Her most important and blessed roles of all came in her early 30s, as wife to an incredible man and mother, guide and pal to two energetic, bright-eyed, young children in Portland, Maine.