Rising Like a Phoenix - Full Out and On My Terms!

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So, how did this phoenix rise from the ash to fly full out and on her terms? I contribute my flight to my commitment to personal growth and empowerment and three powerfully life-transforming discoveries:
Life Purpose: Discovering Life Purpose woke me up. I discovered what I had been looking for all my life... ME! Aligned with my strengths and talents, doing what I was here to do—boldly expressing my unique voice in service to the world—brought passion, peace, direction and fulfillment to my life. Life Purpose is my guide for aligning the essence of who I am in the world with my purpose for being here—a catalyst for transformation. Human Design: Human Design rocked the foundation of my world. It revealed my truth through a blueprint of my DNA. I discovered my type as an Emotional Manifesting Generator, a description I desperately tried to deny for most of my life. I am energetic, intense, emotional and moody, and I frequently change directions. My life role is empowering others to feel their emotions and move in the direction of new dreams. Human Design is my instruction manual for being The Rebel Belle in her boldest voice of self-expression! Personal Magic: Personal Magic confirmed the experience of my life – cycles of change, self-examination and leaving people and things in the dust! My Personal Magic is Phoenix Magic, the power to transform, reform outworn structures and create by transforming energy. YES, this described the magical essence of me—in power, rather than out of power. Personal Magic is not what I do, it IS who I am. Personal Magic is the essence of my spirit. Folks, this was (and is) my path of personal empowerment, freedom and bold self-expression. And, these were a few of the tools that rocked my journey. How’s yours? Are you living your passion? Have you found your purpose? Are you sharing your boldest voice of self-expression with the world, full out and on your terms? Come fly with me!

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