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Lissa Rankin's picture

10 Signs You're On The Right Track To Finding Your Calling

Find Your Calling

Finding and fulfilling your calling can be confusing, disheartening, anxiety-provoking, disappointing, and frustrating, but it can also lead to the greatest feelings of deep fulfillment you’ve ever experienced. When you know—you just know—that you’re here to be an instrument of sacred service for the Divine to use you as a vessel of love amidst a world in crisis, you’ll find yourself on just such a hero’s journey—because your calling will reach out for you like a magnet draws forth metal. This kind of journey is not for the faint of heart, which is why I wrote my new book The Anatomy of a Calling. Consider it a sort of field manual for anyone on the hero’s or heroine’s journey of embodying your soul’s purpose. (You can watch the book trailer here.) I wrote this book for anyone who just knows that you’re here on a sort of spiritual mission, one that your soul has been preparing for your whole life, which may be quite mysterious, filled with unexpected twists and turns.

Amy Ahlers's picture

Do You Have Friends That Vanish?

Dearest One, 

Lately I've been noticing a pattern and I'm curious if you experience it too. One that always knocks me out and blindsides me...

Bernie Siegel MD's picture

Our Healthcare Crisis


The present health care crisis is not just related to health care. It is a crisis related to what is happening in our society. We have become depersonalized as a society, invested in technology and not the experience people are having in their lives. Studies verify what happens to children who grow up unloved and experiencing indifference, rejection, and abuse. By midlife, if they haven’t killed themselves or others while seeking revenge, and experiencing guilt related to their actions, almost 100% of them have experienced a major illness, while loved children have one-fourth the serious illness rate.

Danielle LaPorte's picture

28 Of The Best Things I Ever Did - From My Bedroom To My Business

28 of the best things I ever did.

1. Started treating my office like it was a real room that was worthy of my best treasures, not the “spare room made into an office”.

Lissa Rankin's picture

Does It Take A Crisis To Transform?


Awhile back I did a webinar with Dr. Sara Gottfried about my next book Mind Over Medicine, Pink Medicine, and self-healing, and according to Sara, “It was epic!”

Jason Stein's picture

Putting the Pieces Back Together

The Messy Creation of My Owning Pink

I sit here thinking about writing for Owning Pink and how the stories posted here are usually written by, for and about women.

But it is not only women who lose their MOJO.

If I am going to write for Owning Pink, it’d be good to share how my world was recently unraveled and what Owning Pink really means to me.

My story begins with being unexpectedly divorced and being absolutely crushed by becoming a single daddy.

Guest Author's picture

Unleash The Hero Within You


Dear Pinkies, please welcome back my Pink Mom Trish Rankin, here with some insight on heroes. Thank you, Mommy, for reminding us all that we are brave and powerful. Take it away ....

Lakenda Wallace's picture

Keeping the Faith and Celebrating Your Mojo In the Face of Financial Uncertainty

pink diamondHiya, Pinkies! Three PINK cheers for our newest Less Stress, More Life Mojo Mentor team, Lakenda Wallace and Simone Da Rosa (aka Good Witch and Bad Witch).

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