Friday, September 28, 2007

Creating harmony with your purpose in life

Aloha y'all,

Many of the people who experience high levels of success in their careers say there is an alignment between what they do and who they are.

They manage to attain that "magical integration" of their purpose in life with what they do in their jobs.

... and that's one reason I posted the "Four Core Questions" on the Huna Ohana yesterday.

The search for your purpose is important ... but for many people, it's no easy task.

Many of us spend our lifetimes searching for our true purpose. We all seek meaning in life. Yet finding and easily living what that is can be elusive.

Look ... regardless of our spiritual or philosophical beliefs, most people agree that when we act in alignment with our values, strengths, and talents you have a sense of heightened energy and flow.

This brings us back to HARMONY.

... when your purpose is aligned with your vocation, you become more driven and motivated in your life.


For people to really excel in their work, they need more than just ambition. Satisfying goals, attaining numbers, receiving rewards and compensation, and attaining status is rarely enough.

You must be "connected" and totally in-harmony with tour core values and intrinsic motivators in order to be truly fulfilled.

We will go through all the tools you need to easily find your direction at the upcoming training.

"Know Thyself"

The mid-career phase may also be a time for a wise update to your self-knowledge.


In order to achieve alignment, integration, and harmony between who you are and what you do you need to have a solid grasp on what lies within.

As the inscription on the ancient Greek Oracle of Delphi says, "Know thyself."

For those of you ready for next month's Ho'oponopono Training ... be sure to honestly answer the "Four Core Questions" for yourself and send them to me privately so we can get you where you want to be ...

... living your life you love how you choose to live it ... in every aspect of life!

This is NOT some "one-size-fits-all" training ... we're keeping it down to a small group in an intimate setting, custom-made for you.

Insight into who you are and what you value can come from many sources.


© 2007 Rev. James Vinson Wingo, DD

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