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Post-New-Age Tips. For Steadier Personal Growth in The Age of Awakening

Post-New-Age Tips

Post-New-Age tips for Beth. And others who are still living New Age.

Post-New-Age tips in this article can help you. Might I suggest? For personal growth, you can do better than New Age concepts and practices. Because now we’re living in The Age of Awakening. When you keep up with the times, that can make you a leader!

Blog-Buddy BETH started me thinking about Post-New-Age versus NOW. Thanks to her heartfelt and generously-detailed contest entry. I’ll be quoting from this throughout this multi-part post, which she inspired. BETH has agreed, via email, to receive this article for assistance on her personal path. Rather than be considered for the three contest prizes.

Why offer this alternative? Because I thought it would help her more. Actually, it may help a lot of you Blog-Buddies! And perhaps you may also think of some friends who would find today’s article helpful. In which case, please share today’s post.

Do you know any seekers of personal growth who are feeling stuck?

Maybe they’re frustrated, spinning their wheels when they could move forward at the speed they deserve.

How my career developed. A guest post by ZELDA

A big, blazing purpose, like the sun. Do you need that to become successful?

A big, blazing purpose, like the sun. Do you need that to become successful?

Ooh, dare I write this? There’s more to life than passion. There’s more than some big flaming sense of LIFE PURPOSE.

Admittedly, this is a counter-culture way to look at career. In New Age spirituality. In many Christian circles. Elsewhere, too.

People talk incessantly, it seems, about following your dream.

Well, what if you don’t find a big, shiny dream? Does that make you deficient? Will you never be able to find happiness or success?

Ha, as if!

At our online community, energetic literacy skills bring us perspective. And yet that’s not dogma. Reading life deeper with skills for aura reading etc. just broadens perspective, helping us to overcome popular illusions that can sound so sweet yet taste so bitter.