“Loneliness does not come from having no people around, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to you, or from holding certain views which others find unworthy." - Carl Jung
I love Carl Jung's definition of loneliness. And it's true. You can have all of the company in the world, but if you find yourself keeping the things that are most important to you buried in your brain- and the ideas that inspire and empower you small and stifled - you'll always feel a sense of otherness - loneliness and lack.
For me - finding a tribe - connecting with a community of likeminded seekers and explorers, is the antidote to this sort of existential abyss. We are social creatures. And real people rarely grow much, alone.
Instead, we thrive at our best when we are surrounded and supported by people who share our interests, ideas, ambitions, adventures and sense of passion and purpose for what excites us.
If you feel like there is "more" to life than what you see around you - but you don't have the right outlet to express it, i'd like to invite you to check out our next 52 week community cohort for helpers, healers, transformational teachers, aspiring authors, business building bodhisattva's, spiritual seekers, inspirational leaders, and enlightened entrepreneurs.
It opens in a few weeks (June 14th) and I truly believe, will change many lives (and careers) in our community for the better.
You can listen to an introduction to the program (just scroll down to the preview button) and you can sign up to get early access before we open up to all on the 14th.
Teach what you know. Do what you love. Wake up the world with your work. Join us.
PS - if there is anything I can do to support you in your journey - whether or not our programs are a good fit for you - feel free to respond to this email, and I'm always happy to help!