What is your Life Purpose?

     Your Life Purpose is not your job, or your values, or your goals. It is the purpose that underlies all those elements.  It’s what you came here to do, in whatever context you choose to do it in. Were you born to be The Leader?  Are you perhaps The Artist, bringing something new to the world? Will your greatest fulfillment come when you use the skills you've gained in your life as The Mentor, nurturing your proteges? These are just a few of many possibilities that your fingerprints will tell us about your life purpose.

 

 

What is your Life Lesson? 

     Your Life Lesson is the part of you that needs strengthening in order for you to accomplish your Life Purpose.  It’s that thing that’s always getting in your way.  You probably already have some idea what it is, but here's the really exciting thing you'll learn from your Hand Analysis: you'll get to know this familiar gremlin in a brand new light.

Understanding your Life Lesson in this new way will enable you to turn it from your enemy to your ally!  Instead of hampering you, it can become a stepping stone to your personal development and the fulfillment of your Life Purpose.

 

I really learned a whole lot, and basically it changed the course of my life.  (This is a good thing.)  I'm acting on the information, applying for hospice nursing jobs. --Diane R.

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 I had a hand analysis session with Laura Kennedy and found it fascinating as well as informative and helpful.  Don't confuse it with palmistry.  I've had my palms read and this is pretty different.  If you're wondering what your purpose in life is, or the purpose that is most in tune with who you are, what your biggest challenge in life is and will continue to be, as well as other insights into your true self, give this a try.  Some of what she told me I already knew, and it was just validating.  some was a surprise, things I'd never thought about that gave me profound insight into myself.  For me, the most useful part was knowing my life lesson.  Now every time I run into it, instead of beating myself up for STILL having this same issue smacking into me, I see it as a teacher.  Here's this again, right where it's supposed to be.  The session was very therapeutic, and at the same time complete.  I didn't need to keep coming back in order to get value from it.  –LaurieAnn L.


"He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands, his head, and his heart is an artist." ~St. Francis of Assisi

 

 

 
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