Inspiration takes many forms and shapes. It’s a universal force that every human being strives to access. Just as there are no two snowflakes alike, so it is for the inspiration that may overtake each one of us. For some it’s about choosing a particular path as you wait for your life to take on a particular shape; to find out if you are capable of fulfilling your own most cherished dreams. For others it might be as simple as chasing a curious itch or a lifelong wanting of being, doing or having. Whatever it is for you, we want to help you take a step in the direction of igniting it and then living fully into it.
What We Cover:
The definition and origins of the word inspiration
Living life from the spiritual side: What does that mean?
Why is living an inspired life important for all human beings?
How Mark and Aries each began living an inspired life. A chapter of their personal stories
An awareness of an evolving consciousness after wanting a change
Inspired living through a life planning model developed by George Kinder
The need for spiritual grounding after a crisis hit
Tools that helped moving through a period of disconnection from Spirit
Meditation as practice to get in touch with your spiritual self
Being aware when change is needed and how to deal with that
What’s the itch and boredom about? Being curious
Change, growth and risk-taking
The energy needed to really move through something
Listening to your inner being
The pathway to live an inspired life
How the unexamined life is not worth living
Our feelings as our barometer to determine what is right for each of us
Underlying themes to living an inspired life
Change agents and discovering who you are and why you are here
Looking at what inspires you and asking, “Is that a business, a project or a hobby?”
Exercises to reflect on your life
Conscious Evolution by Barbara Marx Hubbard
A Theory of Everything by Ken Wilber
The Power of Intention by Wayne Dyer
The Kinder Institute and the Registered Life Planner Certification
Elon Musk: When the need to do something is greater than the fear of doing it!
“Brave Heart:” Leadership and living an inspired life