Let me begin by sharing with you what I hear very often.
Bridget, a subscriber of the Healaura newsletter, wrote to me an email a few weeks ago:
“I don’t know if it’s something about me, or if I’m just not doing the right things, but I can’t seem to find the clarity and direction I’m looking for. I feel like I’ve hit a wall and I don’t know how to move forward. I’m not sure where to turn next.
Is there any hope for me? I feel alone, and tired of everything. I don’t even have a relationship… my career that I thought would fulfill me isn’t working out… I am at a loss. I don’t know what to do.
I have been on a spiritual journey for many years now, and I have tried every kind of spiritual practice I can think of. I have meditated, did yoga, prayed, read spiritual texts, watched many teachers and tried energy exercises, various types of energy work, and so many other things. Despite all of this, I still feel lost and unsure of my purpose.“
I get this kind of email all the time.
Another subscriber, Michael, reached out to me recently with a different problem. He had been struggling with chronic pain for years and had tried every type of treatment imaginable. He had seen multiple doctors, physical therapists, and even tried alternative therapies like acupuncture and chiropractic. Despite all of his efforts, he was still in constant pain and it was affecting his ability to work and live a normal life.
He wrote to me,
“I’m so on edge all the time. I have constant stress, and I know I am causing my relationship to suffer as well as my health. The fact I have this disease isn’t helping. I’ve tried everything and nothing has worked. I’m in pain every day and it’s taking a toll on my relationships, my ability to work. I feel so drained all the time.
I have to stay in bed a lot, I don’t feel like being intimate with my partner or even getting up in the morning. I have no desire left for anything anymore, but something inside me wants to make a change, and that’s why I wrote to you.”
In the personal sessions that he took with me, he also shared that he had been taking triple the amount of medication than recommended for his chronic condition, against the advice of his doctor. He was trying to cope with the pain, but the medication was no longer providing the relief he needed. He was deeply depressed, and was slowly destroying—killing himself from the inside out.
It’s important to note that this individual was not “lost” in the traditional sense. He had a successful career and had earned multiple advanced degrees. He had a beautiful partner, a good house of his own that he renovated every so often, and many other conventional markers of success. However, he was still struggling with an internal disease that caused him lots of pain, and there were things in the relationship that weren’t actually working well.
Rachel wrote to me that she had been struggling with anxiety and relationships for years.
She wrote to me,
“I feel like I’m stuck in this cycle of anxiety and I don’t know how to break out of it. I’m tired of feeling this way and I don’t know what else to do.”
Every man she was in a relationship with, she found out that they cheated on her in the end. It happened like that 3 or 4 times, every time after at least a 2 year-long relationship. She was funny, charismatic, stable, and had a few hobbies. She was heartbroken each time, anew.
She was still single at 35, wanted to build a family, but was already beginning to give up on that dream ever becoming a reality.
She had tried going to psychologists and counselors, meditation retreats, trying out different spiritual methods, hypnotherapy, therapies of many different kinds, and the list goes on.
Nothing worked. For 10 years, she was going in and out of long term relationships that turned to dust. It seemed like all of these different solutions were only taking care of the symptom.
Another woman who contacted us took the course the minute she heard about it.
Shivani was a 27-year-old woman who felt so out of place, everywhere. She didn’t fit in with her culture. So she tried traveling to India. There she went to ashrams and tried psychedelics. She almost didn’t come home due to complications.
She felt like she had no purpose in life. She had tried every possible career path, but none of them seemed to fit. She didn’t find a relationship with a guy that didn’t just use her for attention or for sex. She had tried different types of therapy, but nothing seemed to be working. She felt like she had no direction, no purpose, and no hope for the future.
And she’s not alone.
Bridget, Michael, Rachel, or Shivani are not anomalies.
If you’re reading this, it means that something is echoing inside of you, too, and that you may be experiencing something similar in at least one area of your life.
I see this time and time again. You’re not alone.
Our careers are often in great shape, we have friends. But Shivani, for example, still hasn’t found the meaning she thought she’d find after all of this time. Rachel, Michael and Bridget are all the time drained, and their level of energy is so low they don’t know what’s the point anymore, and if there still is hope to fulfill their dreams.
The problem was that we are constantly trying to do all these different things without taking care of the root cause that is holding us back.
Some of us are in a constant state of confusion and despair. We feel like we’re running in circles, trying everything but getting nowhere.
Some of us feel like there is something missing, and that there is more to life.
We’re feeling exhausted and drained, both physically, emotionally and mentally.
You feel like you’re stuck in a never-ending cycle of frustration and disappointment. It may be your boss or your client one day, a disagreement with your parents over ideology or decisions, suppressed anger or issues with your partner, a health or social issue with your child, a health issue for you, finances… the list goes on.
It may be that one of the major areas of your life, like relationships, career, and even your health is suffering.
You may feel like you’re alone in your struggle, like no one understands what you’re going through. You tried many different things, seen and experienced different things. You may be at a place now where some of that hope, energy or zest for life you had before just isn’t there anymore, and you don’t know if you’d ever find your way.
Anxiety, depression, issues in our relationships and love life, lack of energy, hopelessness—these are all symptoms of something much, much deeper.
I’ve worked with these situations for more than 25 years.
Each time people work with their Aura, and train with the guidance I give them on connecting to their core energy with a now proven, rigorous method, with a series of techniques and lifestyle changes, a revolution occurs in their life and they never look back.
Ultimately, from my experience, your lack of connection to and knowledge about your Aura, your connection to your pre-birth life plan (the true reason you came to this planet), and more factors that come into play are what is the root cause.