Compliments of the New Year! 2017 promises to be the year when many people are going to break the yoke of bondage from lack. Lack of what, you may ask. It could be lack of money, lack of good relationships, lack of self – love, lack of good direction or lack of a vision.
The shift from lack to abundance will not however, miraculously happen. As they say, faith without works is dead. So while you may have entered 2017 in a spiritual bubble and armed with prophesies of how great your life could be. The next step in actualizing this abundance is taking action. In my book: From Vision to Action – How to Live Your Purpose and Find Healing – I talk about how one needs to act on their vision.
This involves getting requisite knowledge, physically doing something profitable, investing in your growth, ministry, career or business. These practical action steps will catapult you from that position of lack or emptiness into the cloud of abundance. So rather than serving yourself pity – pies and thinking “Life is hard” try doing something to change your situation.
I am living testimony of the results of persistent search for knowledge and financial investment in programs that have equipped me to be able to start living my purpose and healing my life while making a living. Yes, the God who commissions you, also provides the resources you need but you need to take action by exercising choice and free will. As you take action, more doors begin to open, your knowledge expands and you also start seeing the blocks that have been keeping you stuck in that desperate situation and miracles start manifesting. I for one am not going to stop at anything to turn all the stones that lead to abundance in my life.
I am offering a 90 Day Purpose Discovery training for that woman who is tired of going from place to place to try and find an outlet from her life’s challenges. That woman who is serious about working on her issues, investing in her personal development and shifting from current positon of sadness to abundant joy. I want to work with women who are committed to taking the necessary steps for connecting with their purpose.
I have since discovered that a lot of our challenges as women originate from not knowing who we really are or trying to fit into other people’s models. In the Women’s Healing and Empowerment Club you will be able to:
Mosline Farawu is a writer of spiritual and intellectual articles with a bias toward women's issues. She lives in Zimbabwe, Africa and is a mother, wife and career woman. She aspires to become a successful coach and counsellor to other women.