Our Ancestry - Our biggest Resources
Today is the 41st anniversary of my father's death. I have cried for him enough, I don't need to cry anymore. It is so easy and so natural to get caught up in our own conflicts and not even notice it. In fact, we often identify with them.
Healing is not theoretical, it is an experience.
As I sit here honoring and respecting my father by seeing his soul and potential through the tools and methods I work with people every day, I realize that it is up to me to transcend our limiting ancestral lines. Not only for ourselves, our family, our nation, but for the benefit of all humanity. It is a universal responsibility that ensures our survival. There will be no peace, no true prosperity as long as we are not at peace with our ancestry and our ancestors look upon us with goodwill.
It is an absolute illusion to believe that we can leave our ancestry behind. Nothing could be further from the truth.
And now I ask you, where do you hold back from living your true destiny because your parents did not make it this far in their lives, or because you have to rebel against them?
Where do you put your light under a bushel so that no one feels they have been put on the spot?
Where do you limit your success, your prosperity and the abundance that would be possible in your life, out of misunderstood love and loyalty to those who came before you?
Where do you carry unresolved conflicts of your ancestors into your business, into your stores, into your team and to your customers, from which productivity and effectiveness suffer?
Where do you not transform the lives of many more people because of your unconscious entanglements and negative beliefs of your family?
Where don't you allow yourself to sell more of what heals the world because you believe that you are different from your parents and have to fend for yourself?
Where do you make less money because you don't know how to be whole in your body and feel safe during a sales conversation?
Where do you identify with the conflicts that your parents, your grandparents and all those who came before them carry within themselves and contribute to the status quo instead of challenging it?
Where do you carry unresolved conflicts of your ancestors into your business, into your stores, into your team, and to your customers, from which productivity and effectiveness suffer? is really going wrong and you want to see the whole picture instead of just parts of it. Then I can give you the missing link. Simply send me a message.