Podcast – Why Your Soul Purpose Isn’t to Save the World

Podcast – Why Your Soul Purpose Isn’t to Save the World

There is a growing trend I find worrying.

With the explosion of the online world and the rising popularity of spirituality and self-help, another type of celebrity or guru has been birthed: the “spiritual celebrity.”

Nowadays becoming rich and famous through the expression of your spiritual talents or self-help message has become the benchmark of success for many woman. This now means, for many women, if they aren’t financially successful, globally recognised as a spiritual superstar with sell out events all over the world as well as a book deal and many interviews lined up, they feel they aren’t living their soul purpose.

They feel something isn’t “vibrationally right,” otherwise they’d be as popular as Gabrielle Bernstein or Danielle LaPorte or Marianne Williamson.

Many times a week I’m helping and counselling women about this. Women, that are deeply scared they aren’t doing enough spiritual or chakra work otherwise they’d be wealthy; woman that are deeply afraid they aren’t vibrationally aligned or that they aren’t spiritual enough, because if they were, wouldn’t their online self-help courses be a smashing success?

Wouldn’t the sharing of their message be in great demand, with publishing houses chasing after them for the rights to their book and work? Wouldn’t they easily be making six figures or seven figures by now?

Shouldn’t they, too, have hundreds of thousands of followers on Facebook and Instagram?

In today’s audio I address a topic that is long overdue—why our soul purpose isn’t to save the world, and why it’s silly (and damaging) to compare ourselves to spiritual celebrities.

in White Light + Love,

Belinda

 

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