Ask The Council

What will you ask Spirit?

Overcoming Anxiety to Find My Life Purpose

This post is inspired by a reader named Jim, who says he’s struggled with obsessive-compulsive disorder most of his life and asks The Council how he can have less worry and anxiety in his life.

The Council explains that when you know who you truly are, there is nothing to worry about. They ask if Jim understands he is a spiritual being in a human body, and they explain that when he takes his mind away from worry and anxiety and changes the focus of his thoughts to better feeling ones, his life will begin to change for the better. What Jim chooses to focus on will bring him peace of mind.

The Council encourages Jim to have more hope, focus on peacefulness, love, gratitude, the positive aspects of what’s going on, and looking for miracles happening in his life. Concentrate on the support he would get from spirits in human form and in the spiritual world. When Jim can begin thinking about these things his life will improve.

Jim also says he’s struggled with finding his true purpose in this lifetime. The Council says one of the purposes he wants to experience is joy and to have child-like experiences throughout his lifetime, even as an adult. They suggest Jim have a career around children to hear their laughter and join in with them. That is what he wanted to experience.

The Council’s parting advice to Jim is to do the work and he will succeed. Listen to our entire 9-minute session with The Council to hear all their guidance for Jim and the rest of us, and let us know what you think.

December 24, 2016 Posted by | Audio Content, Career, Channeling, Connecting With Spirit, Life Purpose, Questions & Answers | , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

2011-01-13

Think it’s impossible?

Make the impossible possible
By considering the smallest thought,
By considering the tiniest bit of hope that it can be.

Consider these for just a moment in your time
And you have begun a new creation of what you desire.

—The Council

January 13, 2011 Posted by | Thought for the Day | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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