Tag: life purpose

I’m featured! Sacred Creative Stories of Transition at the Quiet Writing website 💜

Please go to the link below to read my story of transition at mid-life, and about my participation in the Sacred Creative Collective group coaching. Read at http://www.quietwriting.com/cora-pacheco-sacred-creative-stories-transition/

Introducing the Eagle and Star Tarot shop

Just popping in today to let you all know that I’m pursuing a passion of mine by opening an Etsy shop as a Tarot and Oracle card reader. Check out my offerings at the following link. I’d love to help you get clarity on… Continue Reading “Introducing the Eagle and Star Tarot shop”

You are the Art by Laura Hollick

Please watch this inspiring video by artist Laura Hollick. She asks “How do we create a new world”? She says it’s about tapping into your ability to be a Creator through your Imagination. We all need to do this! For ourselves and for our… Continue Reading “You are the Art by Laura Hollick”

The Nature of Consciousness – a video by Deepak Chopra

If you are interested in the question “what is consciousness?”, you HAVE TO watch this short video. I plan on transcribing each of Deepak’s words so I can meditate on it; especially the part that what we observe is what materializes.

The Myth of Finding Your Purpose by Kris Carr

I’ve written about life purpose on this blog before (here, here and here). As time has passed, I’ve come to believe that our individual life purpose is more about really getting to know ourselves, uncovering our gifts and sharing them with others. It seems to me… Continue Reading “The Myth of Finding Your Purpose by Kris Carr”

Life Purpose Vol. III

Exploring my life purpose has been an ongoing project which intensified over the last couple of years.  A few months ago, I re-discovered a book I bought a couple of years ago called Live Your Life Purposeby Dorothy Ratusny. Ms. Ratusny provided the following questions which I found… Continue Reading “Life Purpose Vol. III”

Life Purpose

Life purpose is a topic that often comes to mind.  It’s usually about me questioning whether what I’m doing, and what I’ve done so far, is enough or important enough.  And the big question, ultimately, is whether at the end of my days, I’ll be… Continue Reading “Life Purpose”