What would you do if there was nothing you had to do?

not waiting, but watchingMarch 20, 2015 – Most of our lives are measured out in coffee spoons—meaning we wake up, brush our teeth, have our coffee, go to work, recover from the day, then it’s time for dinner, time to go to bed … there’s family-and-friend time in there, and, if you’re lucky, perhaps a vacation—which means vacation from work. And, typically, vacations are not excellent opportunities to find yourself. When you wake up in a strange hotel room or sip a margarita by the pool, you’re recovering from work, not finding your heart’s longing or soul’s purpose or inner peace.

What would you do if there was nothing you had to do?

Only you have the answer to that. Only you have a map, a compass, and solid walking shoes. The map is your powerful mind; your compass is your authentic feeling-nature. The shoes are your physical body and the time and space in which you live.

And, if you would like, I can be your guide.

WWYDIIn my book called “What Would You Do If There Was Nothing You Had To Do? Practices to create your life the way you want it to be” I give you twenty-two keys that will open twenty-two doors, each one going deeper into discovering your heart’s desire.

You don’t have to give up anything in order to find out what you really want out of life. This is an inward journey, and it may have little to do with quitting your job, leaving your spouse, or spending less time with your children. You are going to travel a road that, as the Sufis say, is in the world but not of the world.

This journey takes you through a deeply personal process so that you emerge into your ‘real’ world in a spirit of mindful self-creation and joy.

“Each of us has been called to take the great Leap into the unknown—finally, an instruction manual!  A brilliant and beautiful companion to the soul’s evolution. Ms. Eliot’s gentle guidance, wisdom, and practical exercises make the journey a joy.” Dr. Jan Seward, Clinical Professor of Naturopathic Medicine, Psychologist, Creative Arts Therapist