Spirit

SPIRIT

What are you passionate about?  What gets your juices flowing, your blood pumping and makes you feel alive everyday to live your life to the fullest?  Are you living your life on purpose and with purpose?  Or are you in the category with millions of others who feel they are running a rat race, hamster on the wheel or the road to nowhere…For What, and To What End, you say?!

Many times clients feel they are stuck in a rut or continue to dig themselves in a deeper and deeper hole and can’t seem to get themselves out. Then one day they look back on their life after all these years and ask, “How did I get here, I thought my life would be different,  What happened???  All their hopes, dreams and aspirations seem to be just that…a fantasy.  What if your dreams even after many years can and will become your reality?  Would that be of interest to you?  That’s right!  It’s never too late until you’re 6 feet under.  Don’t let your music die within you!  Play as a child, begin to play that music, beat that drum to sound of your own internal tune,  blow that horn, dance as though you don’t care who’s watching, sing upon the roof tops like you do in your shower!  Inspiration is often fleeting for people, but it doesn’t have to be this way.  You can truly do and be whatever you want yourself to be!  Ask yourself, what truly inspires you and go after it–there’s nothing stopping you except you! The word SPIRIT comes from INSPIRE meaning breathe into.  Begin breathing life into who and what you truly are.  Believe in it, have the courage and conviction to follow it and never take no for answer on your path to your purpose. If you want Optimal Counselor to help you find your purpose no longer will you have to wait to exhale, no more holding your breath for wishing, hoping, and praying for “it” to happen.  You will be taking in the grandest life with every breath you inspire. Your friends Body and Mind will thank you for it.

“The secrete of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm.” – Aldous Huxley