Have you ever wondered WHY you’re here on earth? Do you know who you truly are?
Never mind your fears, your insecurities or the things that you do or do not have.
I’m not asking about your gender, your nationality, your age or what you do for a living.
What I'm asking is: Who are you really and have you ever asked yourself or been inquisitive enough to find out?
These are hard yet essential questions for those who want to truly get to know themselves. To get to know the YOU that was born into this world before being conditioned by your external environment, upbringing and the media.
Finding your life's purpose comes from getting to know your true nature. It is a process of self-development that is enjoyable and fulfilling.
According to research, we make 35,000 decisions per day. When our conscious mind is in thought we are controlled by our subconscious which is a program that is instilled in us from our 3rd trimester to age 7. Imagine learning how to reprogram your mind and dissolve the limiting beliefs that stop you from using the higher faculties of yourself. Imagine every decision you make being as simple as, will this take me toward or further away from achieving my Dharma (my purpose in life)?
Natalie will facilitate the 4 hour Dharma workshop using the tools and techniques of yoga, visualization, pranayama, self-inquiry, journaling, personal development exercises and meditation.
Expect to leave with:
A newfound sense of clarity, ensuring that you are living your potential.
A Sankalpa that is aligned with your Dharma as well as ways to set ongoing suitable Sankalpas (intentions) to continuously fulfill your smaller yet significant desires, leading you directly toward your Dharma.
A meditation practice to take home for continued inspiration.
A clear understanding of the Science behind Yoga, Meditation, The Creation Equation, Dharma, and Sankalpa
*Spaces for Cultivating Purpose are strictly limited. Invest in yourself by acquiring the knowledge and necessary skills to live a life of fulfillment.
“If you are to have fulfillment and, perhaps more importantly if you are to sustain it even while living in a world that is not wholly dedicated to your happiness and security, you will have to develop a way to approach life skillfully.”