My Personal Pivotal Needs PPNs are Helping Others and Spiritual Growth. I feel so fulfilled when being in service to others. When I am able to see growth and transformation in the lives of those I care about, it really lights me up! The fuel for my work as a therapist is that I get the opportunity to be a catalyst for healing and connection for the teens and families that I work with. My career is way more than a job, it is a calling and something I believe I was born to do.
I changed my second PPN from liberty to spiritual growth because I realized that while financial freedom and economic security are important and obviously desireable needs in my life, the areas of faith and growth in my relationship with God as I understand him light up that flame within in me in a more powerful and emotional way. As I continue to grow in faith, then fear of economic security will leave me. I realize now that as I continue on this dharma/life’s path, that all of the PPNs are being rewarded to me, and the role of PPNs are more to focus my world within on what truly matters to me.
When I wrote down the PPNs with my non-dominant hand and glanced down at them it was an automatic attraction to helping others and spiritual growth. Liberty is a very close third that I circled in my mind as I know that attaining financial success and resources affords me the ability to expand my reach and help more people (by expanding my practice, paying for trainings/school and education, giving back to my church and 12-step organization) and when I am feeling less pressured to husstle all day to pay the bills and make ends meet, then I feel more relaxed and with more time to read spiritual books and attend to spiritual activities. As I write this blog I am made aware that those concepts of time and money may very well be cement and conditioned beliefs that have weighed me down. More will be revealed. I am so blessed and grateful for the MKE inspiring me to really slow down and ask myself that important question, “what do I really want?”
Yes, Christina. Soon all seven ppns will be within your grasp! Great second post! 🙂
Miss Christina, thank you for sharing. Looking forward to reading more from you.
Beautiful blog Christina. Yes, answer the question “What do you really want?” You are on the path to that answer. Keep up the great work and see.
Wonderful insight — fear vs. faith! Choose the two that resonate most strongly with you, reflect them well in your DMP, and the other five come along for the ride. Win-win!!!
Hi Christina, You are doing great. Slowing down and spending time on the question “what do I really want?” Once you ask the subconscious a question, it races to answer your question. Love your post