Sivan delves into the common question, “What is my purpose?” and gives valuable advice on how to approach it.
I recently posted about how we remember and describe our past. Because this has been discussed by so many people lately, I want to go into it further.
We all have history. We all have a past. That past and how we choose to see it becomes our identity. We strengthen our attachment to our pain, by telling our ‘story’ over and over again. My own example is as follows:
I was raised pretty poor. Not the poorest, but what most would consider poor.
Most folks, in some way, are trying to change or improve their lives. Maybe they seek a romantic relationship, more friends, more money, better career, or countless other things. So many times in life, people feel like what they really want is unattainable.
When people come to work with me, I like to share that big changes can, and do, come with small efforts. The key is all about consistency.
You deserve an amazing and abundant life!
- Sivan Garr
Yesterday, I got a mammogram. No, this is not a story about my mammogram, but one day I will write the story of what happened during my first mammogram ever. I was forty (which is the typical age when women begin to get mammograms). It was hilarious and tragic all at the same time. Now, I am a mammogram pro.
Sivan responds to a question regarding jealousy.
Our lives are a result of our reaction to the world, which is quite dependent on our perception.
- Sivan Garr
Sivan explains how you can stop the fight and learn to surrender without being attached to results.