No Matter Where You Go, There You Are

One of the things I absolutely LOVE about doing life purpose work is that no matter where you go, there you are.

You simply cannot escape yourself, no matter how much you might want to. This is both hard news and good news, in my opinion.

Here’s why:

You cannot escape your lessons.

You cannot escape the challenges, struggles, and growth you signed up for. There will always be more opportunities to learn, to grow, to do better. To be a better human.

Similarly, you cannot escape your destiny.

You cannot escape the truth, beauty, wisdom, and power of who you really are. It will always find you.

You have the choice.

You have the opportunity to choose to meet your lessons and your destiny consciously and head on. You can make the most of them, or not. But there will always be chances to choose. When one door closes, another one opens.

 

I’m opening a door today if you’d like to walk through it with me and meet your destiny with your eyes wide open. There are still 2 spaces available in my Intuition & Inner Wisdom Group and in my Creativity Group for my Life Purpose Breakthrough Sessions. Registration CLOSES tonight, May 12th at Midnight Eastern Time. Register here to reserve your spot to find your Life Lesson and Life Purpose and find your way to where you belong in the world.

 

Comments

  1. Ina Trider says:

    Whereas I live so far away Jenna, I cannot get to your workshops – but I do want to thank you for many of your messages. This one is, again – really special! Keep up the good work! Ina

    • Jenna says:

      Ina, thank you so much! I hope you’ll consider joining me via the phone — so many of my workshops happen by phone that there’s no need to travel. I so appreciate your support and comments.

  2. Clare says:

    I love this post because it makes me think of how, whatever I go through in life, I keep coming back to myself. I find this comforting. That’s why I think we owe it to ourselves to be compassionate and loving with ourselves, to try not to resent the lessons which keep coming in our paths, but to try to learn them with good grace and keep moving towards becoming we were meant to be.

    • Jenna says:

      Clare, yes, good point about not resenting our lessons and being compassionate with ourselves.

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