Heart to Heart: Confused About My Life Purpose

Heart to Heart: Confused about my life purpose By Laurie Martin Community Contributor Thursday, March 1, 2012 Dear Laurie, Recently, I have been wondering what my life purpose is. What am I meant to be doing? I thought I knew, but I struggle with doubt and insecurity. I know you can’t answer these questions for me through this column, but I was wondering, when you work with clients who are…

Heart to Heart column in Naples Daily News

Dear Laurie, I took a wonderful workshop with you recently in Maryland and was wondering if you can give me a mantra to help me in my life. What word or phase would you give me? Thank you Laurie! Rachel Dear Rachel, I remember who you are, sweet lady. My mantra for you is, “I remember who I am.” Remember your beautiful divinity, your eternal divine essence. Remember you are…

Something to be Proud of – Your Emotional Wealth

Happy New Year! We have all gone through different size life transitions, personal challenges and much spiritual growth. I personally thank you! As each of us does our personal growth work we are raising our vibration another octave higher and with this increase we are assisting with the increase of raising the earth’s vibration. Thank you for all you have endured and for staying aligned to love, trust and faith!…

Truth and Accountability is Helping You and Our Planet!

I’m excited for my new personal accountability challenge! Everything we do either has a positive or negative effect on our world. And, now even more, our world needs our help! It’s time to really step it up. It’s encouraging to know that my own daily actions can help our world. Taking accountability is a representation of “truth” and “right action” which impacts the frequency of the collective consciousness and our…

Give Yourself a Self-Care Week

Sick of hearing all of the negative news everywhere you turn? Worrying about your home, daily needs and our world affairs can be a little stressful too.  Take a week off from watching the news, reading the newspaper and engaging in conversations that make your blood boil or worrying about your parents. Instead, give yourself a “self-care” week. During this week, engage in conversations with people that are a positive influence in…