6th April 2020 21:28

This is a short guided meditation to explore your Heart’s Vision for your True Business.

What is your True Business, the business so natural to you it doesn’t feel like work? A business that is a full creative expression of your True Nature, in harmony with the Earth.

  1. Connect to your Heart’s vision for your True Business
  2. Explore your current reality in relation to your Heart’s Vision
  3. Observe the area of expansion and structure to serve your Heart’s Vision.

Do let me know how you get on! I love hearing about the businesses held within your heart that you were born to build.

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