“Do What You Love”

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I have been reading the book “Creating Money” by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer. It’s a great book and I’m learning a lot. I highly recommend it! But there is still a part of me that is resisting the paradigm shift; resisting giving myself the full permission to do what I love.

“Many of you shun the path of your greatest creativity, joy, and aliveness, thinking that you will not be able to make enough money from it. We want to help you believe that you can have an abundance of money doing what you love to do; we want you to recognize that you do not have to stay in jobs that do not serve you.”-Creating Money


I am even ok with accepting another part time job or even better, a business opportunity while I continue building my practice as an Energy Healer. But I feel quite stuck in my current part time job. I have applied to a few other jobs but nothing seemed to feel quite right or have the pay rate I was looking for.

I discovered that there is a Thai Massage class being held in OCNJ during the week when my family will be there. It is $800 for a 50 hour training. This more than the amount of money I typically make in two weeks currently. But I was so excited when I saw the class listing. I am letting it soak in to determine whether it was a passing excitement or a sign from my higher self to follow through and sign up for the class. As of right now, I really feel called to do it! I just mentioned it to my manager to request off for that week.

I just got off the phone with a patron that stayed on the phone for 45 minutes. I was very patient but near the end I had to show a little bit of impatience in my voice. He was an older man asking various questions about the free concerts this weekend. During the phone call, I closed my eyes and I could feel something happening in my psyche. It made me wish that I could send him healing energy and have a genuine conversation with him. Since I am here at the call center, I have to stick to the guidelines of giving out information regarding the tickets and performances. It’s funny because the Training Manager always says “hide your script” and “just be you.” Obviously I can’t just be me! But I’m not complaining.

Lately I have also thinking about my ego. Of course I believe that we need to have an ego to promote and differentiate ourselves in this world. But the key is to have it balanced.


I’m off to PEX Summer Festival for the 3rd year in a row! I will keep you updated on my experience when I get back on Monday!

Mantra for the weekend: I love my life!



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