26th November 2020 16:50

What happens to business when you align with Source, Divine Intelligence?

We had a beautiful opening circle for The Divine Plan, and with it the quietly exciting launch of this True Business School, for creatives with heart who want to do business differently.

This month our focus is Divine Inspiration. What business will you create with Divine Inspiration? My experience has been a business in harmony with your True Nature and the Earth. A business that nourishes and brings peace, deep fulfilment and prosperity for ALL. A whole world away from the traditional business I built.

Business without heart and Inspiration

In a traditional business, without heart and inspiration, I was BUSY on trains, planes and in a different office each week as a global communications and PR director. I loved orchestrating, producing, achieving, believing I was making a difference. This hooked perfectly into my need to feel important. It also whipped me up into an over-stimulated frenzy with accompanying anxiety and the  painful emptiness of withdrawal when I slowed down.

Business with heart and inspiration

In my True Business (led by heart and inspiration) my true nature as a pioneer is forefront. My office is outside in the warm, natural beauty of the Caribbean, my business attire a mismatched bikini. As I immerse deeper into my purpose of connection, creativity and community we are birthing a new way of being in business. There is flow and freedom. It can be exhilarating. Mostly it is calm with a healthy sense of curiosity. I’m still a little stunned business can be like this.

What is your Tale of Two Businesses? 

Which one do you choose?

If you’d like to explore come and join us in The Divine Plan for our Live Divine Connection on Tuesday 1 December 2020 at 7.30pm UK. Register here

We will be diving into…

  • The traditional business you create without Divine Inspiration and Heart. What hooks you in and can trigger a move back when vulnerable?
  • Your True Business, the business you create with Divine Inspiration and Heart. What are the key qualities? What delights you about it?
  • Your natural vehicle for receiving Divine Inspiration and your relationship to your Divine Heart’s Wisdom in business.

Then you can choose!

And if you’d love to continue to create your True Business with Heart and Divine Inspiration as a much loved habit stay in The Divine Plan for as long as you like.

It’s £40 per month or register for the annual membership and receive two months free. Take a look and join here (scroll down to ‘Join here’ at the bottom and choose the monthly or annual membership.)

Here’s to The Divine Plan unfolding for your True Business.

Much Love,

Kat x

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“I’ve created my whole PR with Heart plan. It’s thanks to you that I got into Yoga Magazine. You gave me the courage to go for it. Now I have a book review and article in the November and December editions.”

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