Upon graduating from college, I was invited to join a sacred community. One that encompasses real talk and powerful feelings of love. This community is led by who I would call my viritual mother, Lyn Thurman. Lyn is a wife and mother of three who lives by the sea in the United Kingdom. She started a blog and is steamrolling over her old self with her latest woven masterpeice, the Soul Path Tribe.
The Soul Path Tribe has given me daily, weekly and monthly reminders and projects to keep myself overwhelmingly positive and magical. I love feeling so great and without it, I would literally be a messed up and downtrodden college graduate who can’t find a job or know what to do with myself. Lyn has given me the chance to build my character, warm my heart and appreciate the absolute meaning of life - to love and be loved in return.
In the month of December, I bought Lyn’s ebook for using tarot with the law of attraction. I desired to find true love. On December 22 things were lit and someone so special and so meaningful came into my life. Last month (February 14, 2013) I took a chance with the Soul Path Tribe’s theme of compassion and let myself be open to recieve that love even more. I rode a bus for 8 hours to surprise the boy who made my heart tick. Compassion is also about giving love as well and me not having a job or tons of cash to spare, I took a chance and went forward anyhow. Today, my relationship is growing and with the help of the Soul Path Tribe and Lyn’s visionary creation, I am strongly affirming that this is REAL and TRUE.
Will you please take 12 seconds to vote for Lyn Thurman at About.com’s Reader’s Choice Awards for Most Inspirational. She truly deserves this award because she too is an underdog and absolutely deserves being recognized for coming out of her shell and building up lives in the UK, USA, Australia, Netherlands and more places around the world! For someone I never met in person like every other celebrity I long to meet, Lyn is my most inspirational hero and I thank her for healing my heart and making me see just how great life is to be me!
You have spent years trying to understand the ways of other people. In elementary school the girls picked on you for joining tap dance. In middle school the girls and boys called you gay. In high school you moved and decided to be okay with liking boys. In college you found more who declared the same.
Today, you are a hero for surviving the fall and not killing yourself. Life is too precious and needs you. Thank you.