Isn’t it time you uncovered your true life’s purpose?
You see, I believe that FATE creates events to ensure we uncover our true potential during this lifetime.
It is then up to us to decide whether we are going to play the victim or use these events to learn valuable lessons to live our best life.
Do you often feel like no matter how hard you try, you just can’t seem to let go of those old limiting beliefs that are holding you back? In fact, you don’t even know what those beliefs actually are?
Chances are, like many others, you sometimes feel like a failure when it comes to love, life, work, money or relationships.
IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THAT WAY.
The good news is; you’re not alone. In a society filled with happy social media pics, so many of us are really just pretending that we have our shit together. Fearing we will be shamed or judged if we dare to show our true selves… And I used to be no different.
HELLO, I’M LEISA
Born and raised in a small North Queensland town by loving parents, I had what one would call an idyllic childhood. The middle child of three, my upbringing was filled with family BBQ’s, camping holidays, playing in trees and hanging out with the local kids. It was an everyday happy existence free from any kind of abuse, drugs, drinking or other tragic circumstances you hear about all too often these days. Life was good.
That was until I received a phone call that would change the course of my life FOREVER. As I stood there listening to my Mum on the other end, I suddenly felt like I was under water, unable to hear and comprehend the news that my brother had been in a serious accident. The next few hours, days, weeks, and months were a complete blur as we came to terms with the devastating loss of my brother.
He was only 21.
At the time, I was 18 years old and had no idea that this fated life event would become even more significant 28 years later in the middle of a global pandemic called COVID-19.
Throughout my twenties, life went back to normal as I travelled and worked around the world, enjoying the freedom that comes with owning only what fit into a 40-litre backpack. As I partied my way around the globe meeting people from diverse backgrounds, my eyes opened up to a whole new way of thinking and living. It was the first time I realised, despite the trauma of the past, I truly had been privileged to have had such a normal family growing up.
I met and married my husband later in life, followed by the birth of our two sons in quick succession. Life didn’t seem to get any better than this. But as they say, in the blink of an eye, the life you see mapped out before you can come crashing down around your ears, leaving you wondering, “What the hell just happened?”
They say the average divorce takes 3.1 years from separation to finalisation; and for the first time in my life, I found myself wishing I was average.
Wishing and reality sometimes don’t line up, especially when there are hidden lessons to be learned. The long, drawn-out dissolution of my marriage spanned nearly ten years, two court appearances, five tribunals and a very large legal bill before I finally unlocked the secret key to finding happiness again.
On the verge of finding this happiness, I was dealt another soul-crushing, unexpected blow.
Merely weeks after the world was rocked by the rapid spread of COVID-19 and the simultaneous shutting down of global economies, I received a phone call that again, significantly altered the course of my life.
While everyone was scrambling to come to terms with how they were going to support themselves, I was scrambling to come to terms with;
“How do we get through this again?”
You know that instant when you’re already bruised and battered heart feels like it can’t take anymore? That’s how I was feeling as I hung up the phone from my Mum after being told my younger brother had passed away.
It’s funny where your brain goes when it’s given news that you didn’t see coming. Sitting in shock, I willed myself to remain strong while I processed this news. My heart and thoughts kept going back to “Why?”
They say there are seven stages of grief, but what they don’t tell you is that those stages do not come in any particular order or even when each will appear.
In a haze of déjà vu, I watched the light extinguished from my parents’ eyes, again.
There I was, a full-time solo parent, business owner (now home schooler) and middle child turned only child wondering, “How the hell did I get here and what do I do next?”
Throughout the next 12 months, I felt like I was walking around in a fog, going through the motions of life as I actively willed myself to hit rock bottom. For I knew in my heart of hearts the only way back up was if I went all the way down to the darkest depths of my soul.
This journey saw me seek out knowledge in any form that was available to me including Spiritual Retreats, Crystal, Sound and Colour Healings, Essential Oils, Numerology, Astrology, Chinese Astrology, Feng Shui and much, much more. My journey taught me many things and I loved gathering all this knowledge, but still, I couldn’t help feeling there was a missing piece to this puzzle, so I asked my Brothers in Spirit to lead me to where I needed to go next.
The missing piece presented itself after an early morning fallout with a friend—well, actually two friends—within two days. You see, at the time, I had two businesses; one as a Financial Adviser and one as a Personal Life Coach, but these two friends only saw me as a Financial Adviser because that was where my formal education qualifications were. In their minds, I had no right to charge for personal life coaching without a piece of paper to say I was qualified.
As angry as I was at that point, by this stage in life I had learned to ask the all-important question;
“Why is this happening FOR me, not TO me?”
After pondering that question and recognising I was experiencing what I had come to recognise over the years as a ‘Tower’ moment, (you know that point in time where everything seems to be falling apart, crashing down around you), and realised it was a reflection of my own doubt regarding self-worth.
Weeks later I found myself fronting up to my very first NLP (Neuro-Linguistics Programming) course and fell in love with all the new ways I could help myself and my clients. I was particularly taken with the modality of Time-Line Therapy® which allowed me to go in and clear out all the emotions that had kept me stuck and triggered over and over again throughout the years. Suddenly, it was like all these ah-ha moments were lighting up inside my brain. The more I cleared out and healed, the more excited I got. For the first time in years, I had the ability to really tune out all the noise from the past and embrace true acceptance allowing me to feel free again.
A new passion had been ignited and it was the desire to share this magical healing with others.
Do you know that saying, “When you make a plan God laughs?” Well, as a kid Mum always told me I had my life planned out 20 years in advance. These days I’m glad I’ve learned that nothing is ever set in stone and there is much beauty to be found when you allow more flexibility to flow through your life.
We can choose to let life lead us where it wants us to go, continually triggered by events of the past, or we can learn to tap back into our own Divine Power within. For when we clear out the negativity of our past, it opens the door to connect back to your soul and live the life you were born to lead.
I have a strong belief that clients are led to my door when they are ready to embrace the unknown and begin their transformational journey back to self, excited to see a wonderful new life unfold with purpose.
If this sounds like you and you’d like to know more about how it would feel to take this journey together, please click on the link below and book in for a complimentary Discovery call.
I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Love and Gratitude,