A lot of us humans want to know what our soul purpose is in life. This is especially true when so many of us feel like we are not fulfilling that purpose, especially when it comes to our careers. This can lead to a feeling of frustration, sadness and perpetual discontent.
When we quiet our minds and tap into our hearts, we connect with our souls. Our souls know why we are here in this lifetime and what mission we set out to work on! Taking steps toward fulfilling our soul’s purpose can bring us great joy, fulfillment and a contentedness that we are achieving what our inner selves truly desire and know is right for us.
In this workshop, you will learn how to tap into what your soul longs for you to be doing, whether it is doing intuitive work, making art or music, working with children/animals, being in nature, or something else altogether!
Together we will:
Learn about our soul’s purpose in each lifetime, especially as it is laid out in the Akashic Records (the dimension that holds information about our soul purposes), and how this connects with our free will to make independent choices
Learn about the law of vibration (law of attraction) and we can consciously use this as a Divine Law to co-create our lives
Experience a guided meditation to meet your future self
Write down your vision for your future, putting out a positive vibration into the universe for what you seek!
Sunday, October 13th, 2019, 1-2 pm at the Mind Body Spirit Festival at the Hilton Garden Inn in Freeport, Maine. $20/person. Please save your spot in advance by registering here.
Bringing the spiritual into the real world, Rachel Horton White helps people to release negative patterns and trust their inner knowing, with practical tools like mindfulness, energy and intuition exercises, to find peace, joy and fulfillment in their lives. Through her work in Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting, Rachel has written articles for worldwide publications such as Wake Up World, Om Times and Elephant Journal and has a podcast called The Courageous Path. Rachel is a life coach, hypnotherapist, mindfulness teacher, intuitive reader and tree-hugger. With a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Wellesley College and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia, Rachel studied Integrative Healing Arts at the Southwest Institute for Healing Arts. She still claims her most powerful education came from studying abroad in Dakar, Senegal. Her greatest teachers these days are her two bright-eyed, energetic children in Portland, Maine.