Do you ever wonder why you specifically are here on this planet at this time in history?
Over time, sometimes recovery is just not enough. Of course, conquering the inner demons that at one time conquered us, brings with it a sense of rightness about life, a sense of connection to something bigger than our small selves. But, asking if that's all there is, is only natural.
After all, recovering from the addiction itself and overcoming the wounds of the past is only meant to be the beginning of a strong purposeful life in recovery. But, what exactly that means, is very unique to each individual. After many years of working a recovery program, I reached a point of often asking myself: Why am I here? What specifically am I meant to contribute?
At a certain point, I came in contact with an opportunity to get specific, detailed answers to these questions and I grabbed it! The results have added a depth to my life and work that I had previously only hoped was possible!
In my case, I found out that I am here to help people in recovery get their life purpose questions answered. To help people whose lives were or are being affected by their own or someone else's addiction get tools to recover themselves, coupled with clear inner knowing about their own specific destiny on this planet.
This inner understanding is what brings me to the work I do as author, developer, and teacher of the Four Foundations of Family Recovery, as teacher of Life Purpose in Recovery workshops, as life coach to people struggling to find their way through their own or someone else's addictive nightmare, or looking to find their life purpose.
Waking up to this realization of my own life purpose, opened my ears and eyes to the details of how to go about reaching out to those I am meant to help and what to do with them once I find them.
It led me to see that Life Purpose is truly the "next step" on the recovery path, as the knowing of one's own specific life purpose is about fulfilling one's destiny fully as a recovering human being.
Since beginning my journey as a teacher and coach of this process of helping people find their life purpose in recovery, I have watched recovering people around me build the businesses of their dreams, change careers, add depth to their family lives and make inner changes that have taken their recovery to levels previously only imagined!
I'd love to have the opportunity to take you on this journey of finding your specific Life Purpose in Recovery!
If you are a 12 stepper, not only with you get detailed information about why you are here and what you are meant to contribute. Just as importantly, going through this process will deepen your experience of steps 3, 6, 7, and 11 as you get to know your Higher Power on a deeper level and come into harmony with the ego parts that may have, up until now, kept you back from getting your life to the next level of fulfillment, meaning and purpose.
If this sounds like a mystery worth unraveling, keep reading this blog, and if you'd like, let's talk! I'm available to you by phone at 786 859 4050 or email at email@example.com .
It's my mission to help you find your life purpose as the next step on your recovery path. Join me to explore what that really means!
By the way, if you are related to an addict or alcoholic and want to thrive regardless of what is happening in their life, but just can't seem to do so, join my next Teleseminar series of The Four Foundations of Family Recovery which will begin on Thursday, October 21, 2010 from 5-6:30 PM ET. Whether already on the recovery path or trying to figure out if there's any help for you in seeking recovery, you will benefit greatly from participation - and potentially, so will your addict! Find out what others are saying about the course and register yourself at www.theempowermentcoach.net and go to the link '4 foundations of recovery'. And feel free to call or email me if you have any questions.
See you there!
All the best,
Beverly A. Buncher, MA, CEC
Family Recovery Coach
Author of the forthcoming book and ongoing courses on:
The Four Foundations of Family Recovery: Simple Ideas to Turn Chaos to Sanity
786 859 4050