Hope: Your Calling. Your Passion.
Knowing your calling. The picture above is of two girls chatting. I am using the girls, because today I remember my sister and I as little girls. One summer day we had an early morning discussion as to what we were going to do and become when we grew up. She was 9 and I was 5.
The Backdrop Radiating Perfect Health: Creating for Balance.
You know, to this day, I never remembered what my sister said! It may have been my way of not wanting to envy her for her choices, nor be her. Instead, I was mindful that I needed to discover my own choice, my own calling, my own passion. I do, however, remember what I said. I said that I wanted to be a singer and a missionary. I loved music and singing, and I loved saving people.
Hope: “Do Your Calling” (Oprah)
I am a singer, and I have sung aroung the world, and around these United States as a musical performer on both stage and in film. Now, I have decided to work on the other side of my calling- the missionary side. Hence, The Blog. Voila! I believe in the power of the written word as a form of expression and expanation through information.
Continue with me in the final week of this 21-Day challenge. Week-3. Day-4. Creating and tapping into the Well of Hope & Well-Being. Remember, to mediate each evening at 9pm. Your time zone. Wherever you are. 15 -20 minutes. Here is Day 18’s link – “Being Passionate for Balance.” Sanskrit: प्रतिभा (creativity) and धर्म (Dharma-Purpose or Nia). Mantra: Om Vardhanam Namah. Meaning: My life is in harmony with cosmic law. Centering thought: “I live my life with passion and enthusiasm.” Namaste. #Calling #Fun #Balanced #Uncertainty #Healthy #Intuition #Vata #Pitta #Kapha #Om #Breathe #Connected #Hope #Family #Creativity #Passion