Have you ever thought about what it might be like to finally have the life you’ve always dreamed?
I thought I had that life until one day I lost my son, then my marriage, and my life as I knew it…and the castle walls fell to the ground. I thought I could never be happy again…but there was something inside of me that wouldn’t let my spirit die. It helped me develop a plan and specific steps to reclaim my life… and it’s even greater than I ever imagined!
Are you wondering if this is your time to have a greater life? Maybe you’re still struggling from the loss of someone you loved. Maybe your marriage failed and your finances collapsed… or perhaps you’ve just never felt fulfilled or worthy. Well…you’re just about to discover the missing link.
Are you ready to say goodbye to limiting beliefs from your past? Do you want to discover your hidden talents and spend your days doing something you love? Are you ready to emerge as the woman you always wanted to be?
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I’m declaring 2015 as the year of the Emerging Woman. It excites me as I begin to discover and define myself as “emerging.” I can hardly wait to wake up each morning to continue the process. I know it’s happening because it almost hurts to stay the same. By struggling to keep things the same, it restricts the possibilities of my tomorrow because I can only see the point of reference I have today.
That must be exactly how a butterfly feels just before she breaks free of her cocoon… or the baby chick, before she cracks the shell to freedom. They have no idea what the new world is like-they just know it’s waiting and they must emerge, no matter what.
That feeling happens to me every time I’m about to break out of an old pattern, an old life, and an old way of being. My thoughts become almost chaotic, and once the breakthrough happens, there’s a feeling of knowing this is what it was meant to, be all along.
That’s how I felt just before I wrote my book, “How to Survive the Worst that can Happen.” I resisted it for a long time. I feared delving into my sorrow in the loss of my son, but a voice inside of me kept calling, “do it, and it will change your life forever. It’s your legacy to help others.” That voice was right.
The word “emerging” is an adjective that comes from the core verb “emerge.” See if you can relate to any of these definitions in the dictionary:
- To rise and come forth into view
- Become apparent, important, or prominent.
- This one excites me most of all because it is relevant to my life: Recover (to emerge) from or survive a difficult or demanding situation.
The emerging woman is the lure of becoming something more, yet something that was always meant to be. [read full article]