Empowered! It’s such a buzz word! You hear it everywhere. So, what does that even mean? To live an empowered Life? Living from empowerment? Being empowered?

Well, here’s my two cents worth:

My definition of empowered living is acknowledging our power to direct the basic framework with the guidance of our power team…The Universe, (God, Source Energy, The Creator, Big Daddy,) your angels, and guides. This means you get to participate in moving forward rather than just holding on and hoping for the best.

Wouldn’t it be great if it were possible to heal a lifetime in a moment?!  Unless Enlightenment strikes us, the other option is finding a process that works, employing a little focused effort to clear one pattern at a time, and doing it over and over for each pattern we have.

In fact, this is what I propose: that we can clear an entire pattern in one sitting, and that we effectively work on just one pattern at a time.

By clear I mean resolve, change, remove, heal and in some cases re-pattern an entire pattern of belief, thought and behavior you no longer wish to have. 

By one sitting, I mean, change an entire pattern in one dedicated session. 
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In the sacred Hindu text, The Bhagavad Gita, Sri Krishna says to his disciple, Arjuna, “It is better to strive in one’s own dharma than to succeed in the dharma of another. Nothing is ever lost in following one’s own dharma. But competition in another’s dharma breeds fear and insecurity.”

In translation, “dharma” equates to purpose, the path that a person walks which is most in alignment with him- or herself and what he or she came here to do. So, the above passage could also be translated, “It’s better to live in your own purpose than to succeed in someone else’s.”

What does this have to do with creating wealth? Everything!