Every one of us sits around each day wishing we had more of something – a better job, greater health, more money or more meaningful relationships. Why are we wishing? Why aren’t we doing something about making changes for happiness?
After having a life-threatening brain aneurysm in 2016, I found myself being so much more grateful for the simplest things. Like showering or eating without help or loving my animals – to say nothing of the deep love I would have so missed from my husband and my family. So, for those six months in bed, I messaged myself with thoughts about how I would live my life when I could get up and around.
After what I experienced during the angiograms and from the pain from the blood vessel that burst, I knew I had to share my journey back to the more extraordinary life I live now with you, the reader. I am only one of 15 people in the world in the last 25 years who has survived this particular type of aneurysm. What did I learn from this amazing event? What can I share with you?
So, here are my thoughts on how to live a bold life of extraordinary joy:
Regardless of your struggles, you are learning to work through those challenges in your time and place. This life expedition is all about becoming totally free to be ALL of yourself. No one else can direct your path or your healing.
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Sue Pighini is a an author and Transformation Life Coach who guides her readers and clients through a desire for greater reinvention of their lives. How do you live an extraordinary life? Sue accompanies you on your journey of change and creation in her blogs and books.