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“You were created for a unique purpose and have been given all that you need to fulfill it.” – Lisa Hromada
Having spent decades working in personal brand development, I’ve found that most women I work with are very good at implementing definitive steps and strategies to grow their businesses and practices, but they often still feel like something is missing.
If you’re like these women, you’ve at one time or another questioned your path, purpose, and plan for your life. After all, these things are not completely within your control to determine.
There is, in fact, a special plan and purpose for your life.
And a big part in fulfilling this purpose is done so through your work. This is one reason why it’s essential to bring your life’s work to light!
Every day that you strive, seek, pursue, and go about your daily routines, you are writing the story of your life through your thoughts and actions. Yet, there is also a story being divinely written through you.
The question is, “How do I align my work with this divine plan and stick to it?”
What I’ve learned over the years working with women across the nation is that with a few simple strategies, you can begin to reconnect and align with your divine plan. Here are some tips to help guide you! (Read all the tips on Aspire Magazine >>)
Original Article featured on Aspire Magazine
"Although God doesn’t always shield us from our challenges, he does promise to transform us through them." – Lisa Hromada
If you’ve ever had a pregnancy loss, you know it’s an experience unlike any other.
You not only experience emptiness of the heart, but you experience emptiness of the womb—that sacred space in which you were growing a life. It’s an incredibly difficult loss because you must deal with both the emotional impact as well as the physical impact of the loss. You inevitably feel every sensation and pain in your body as it adapts to no longer being pregnant.
To be able to grow life within you I believe is as much a spiritual experience as it is a physical one. So, it's no wonder we question God and the meaning behind our loss as we work through grief.
When I lost my first pregnancy through a missed miscarriage, I felt completely blindsided. After spending my entire childhood dreaming about how perfect my pregnancy story would be, I never fathomed the possibility that it would be anything but perfect... I realized that the only thing left to do was... (Read more on Her View from Home >>)
Original Article Featured on Her View from Home
There’s a saying, “Everyone has a book in them.” I believe that there is a spiritual truth behind this quote. This truth relates to your journey as a unique individual and a unique soul, and your ability to shift, transform and improve your life in the here and now.
I often speak about how there are three stories to life:
It is within this third story that you find your life continually transforming for the better—where you feel more confident in your purpose, your path and your next steps in life. Yet, for most of us, the challenge is understanding how to co-write our life and “story” with God.
While there are a number of methods to begin doing so, I will share one powerful question you can ask that will get you started and transform your life moment-by-moment. The #1 question that will continually transform your life is... (READ MORE on The Mindful Word >>)
In times of challenge when you feel yourself energetically and emotionally drowning, what saves you? Here’s one way to be uplifted out of the waters of despair.
We’ve all been in this place at one time or another. Something happens in your life — the loss of a loved one, a betrayal, a diagnosis, or perhaps it’s a series of events or people who continually drain your energy — so much so that sometimes you feel like giving up.
In these times, it’s like being in water up to your ears, with no support under your feet, fighting to stay afloat, and reaching for anything to pull yourself out. It’s an exhausting experience and you wonder how you’ll find your way out of the water and to a clear space to breath with peace again. In times of challenge when you feel yourself energetically and emotionally drowning, what saves you? What is it that pulls you to safety?
The Way Out of Despair Begins with This (READ MORE >>)
Original Article Featured on Aspire Magazine Blog
Upon waking in the morning and turning on the news, you’re immediately filled with stories of injustice, prejudice, violent protests, cruelty, greed...
Original Article Featured on Sivana East
"The #1 Myth to Finding Your Purpose"
by Lisa Hromada
FEATURED ARTICLE on SunburyPress.com
From the day that you are born, you innately seek to be happy. And for good reason. Life isn’t meant to be a constant struggle; it’s meant to be enjoyed and fully lived. It’s meant to be purposeful — hence your natural desire to find “purpose.” And when you find purpose, you also find happiness.
The challenge comes when you inevitably face struggles, setbacks, stresses and other undesirable experiences, leaving you to feel unclear as to how to go about living the life that you want. Despite these experiences, you are also a divine creation and are infinitely connected with the Source of all creation — God. And as such, you have divine empowerments available to you at any moment. These empowerments are ones that lead you to happiness, purpose, fulfillment, and to creating a life of your choosing.
The question is, “How?” Your path to happiness and to finding your purpose isn’t always clear. You might get caught up in negative thoughts, people and circumstances, and what you have not yet achieved, that you never feel truly happy. In fact, you feel out of balance.
Your pursuit for “more” often seems like a journey through a desert filled with mirages. You might see what you’re looking for just up ahead, but once you get there, it’s not quite what you thought it would be. You then go about seeking “more” once again. This eager pursuit often leaves little room to experience lasting happiness and the satisfaction that comes from feeling that you are living your unique purpose.
The #1 myth about finding your purpose is...
Upon waking at 3:30 a.m., I had a thought that I’d never had before. As I slowly came out from the cloudiness of sleep and into greater awareness of physical reality, I took mental note that I was opening my eyes. As I realized that it was a new day, I instantly felt a pit of concern in my stomach. I had never felt this way immediately upon waking before. There was no troublesome dream I had, nor any distressing circumstances I had been experiencing to provoke me to feel this way.
Within a few seconds, a thought popped into my mind: “Yesterday is over.” As odd as this thought was to me, it immediately led to a question that would ultimately be one I would ask myself every day from then on... READ FULL ARTICLE on Aspire Magazine (Sharing the wisdom of women ~ Uplifting and supportive articles for every day).
“Beauty exists in the stillness of each moment. Accepting the tears should they come. Surrendering to momentary emptiness we may feel. Acknowledging sadness as it passes through. In this stillness, we can allow any struggle to dissolve into an invisible presence of love.”
These words flowed onto the pages of my journal as I sat in one of the small rooms of a family home in Laissac, a former commune in the Aveyron department nestled in southern France. I had just turned 20 when I decided to take an impromptu summer trip to stay with extended family for a couple of months in Paris, France. After a few weeks exploring the city, they invited me to go on holiday with them to Laissac to visit friends and relatives. I kindly accepted.
As I sat gazing out of the window, I could hear the laughter of the children downstairs running around. The humming of three or more conversations happening simultaneously between the adults echoed through the door. Despite the happy activity and lively banter that surrounded me, I felt... READ FULL ARTICLE on New Spirit Journal Online (your resource for spirituality, natural living, wellness, and much more.)
Over the past year, we have seen and experienced a separateness unlike many have experienced before. It has been highlighted by social divide, political divide, racial divide, civil unrest, and an unprecedented physical distancing between communities, colleagues, friends and family as the 2020 pandemic worked its way through the nation and the world. You may have even experienced a “divide” within yourself as you were required to make shifts in how you live, thus feeling a separation that perhaps brought about questions about your life, your purpose and your connection to something greater.
This “something greater”—whether referred to as God, Jesus, Buddha, Source, the Way, or something else—speaks to a universal energy that works to benefit and guide all life as a part of divine creation. It is an energy of love and a giver of empowerments. In this energy we find flow in our life and we are able to co-write our story with God. We are able to find peace knowing that we are never alone and that we are always guided. This is something that I discovered several years back and have been sharing with others ever since.
Within each person exists an empowerment that allows us to transform any challenge into an opportunity for positive change. Here's how we do it... READ FULL ARTICLE in Creations Magazine (who has been Inspiring the Soul for over 30 years.)
“I once was lost, but now I’m found.”
Spoken by English poet and Anglican clergyman, John Newton, these words are one of the most famous expressions of grace. They would later find their way in a song by American composer, William Walker, who composed Amazing Grace. The story behind what inspired these words will certainly strike a chord with you if you have ever felt lost and unsure of how to find your way out of your suffering, yet somehow — only by the grace of God — you made it through to see better days.
Through grace, we stay in the light and allows us a fresh start.
So how exactly do we allow in God's grace into our life?
... Learn the three definitive steps to allow God's grace to flow more freely in your life -- FULL ARTICLE ON The Mindful Word
AMAZING GRACE: Living in the light of grace, even when darkness creeps in
Article by Lisa Hromada on The Mindful Word
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