My Mission Statement
- To be the mirror that reflects back the beauty of my client’s soul
- To be clear in My intention so as to assist my client’s development of THEIR clear intention
- To support my clients in realizing their magnificence and the truth that their existence matters on this planet
- To promote and foster the relevance of my client’s free will
- To shatter the unsupportive unconscious beliefs that have contributed to their illness or dis-ease
- To maintain and hold a space of non-judgment and love so my clients can embrace their highest self
I will continue this “work”
- As long as it is my reason for living and breathing
- As long as I feel the passion from the moment I wake up in the morning until I go to bed at night
- As long as there are highly conscious people on this planet wondering how to reclaim their health and possess a burning desire to do so
- As long as I can touch someone in a way they haven’t before been touched and make a difference in their life
I didn’t start this blog out intending to write a mission statement. I just read something that reminded me of having an “objective” on a resume or a reason for living and wanted to share that. But it turns out that when I write it sometimes doesn’t come from my brain. My fingers start typing and odd references or stories sometimes appear! I’ve learned to just go with that. I’m writing this for a reason. I’ll figure that part out later!
So the story I read was about Narcissus – a character of mythology that you may remember. However, this story had a beautiful twist to it. I had not read this one before (the story of Narcissus has been around for over 2000 years and there are many that have added to or changed it). So let me share that with you now:
This is the legend of Narcissus, a youth who knelt daily beside a lake to contemplate his own beauty. He was so fascinated by himself that, one morning, he fell into the lake and drowned. At the spot where he fell, a flower was born, which was called the narcissus.
When Narcissus died, the goddesses of the forest appeared and found the lake, which had been fresh water, transformed into a lake of salty tears.
“Why do you weep?” the goddesses asked.
“I weep for Narcissus,” the lake replied.
“Ah, it is no surprise that you weep for Narcissus,” they said, “for though we always pursued him in the forest, you alone could contemplate his beauty close at hand.”
“But … was Narcissus beautiful?” the lake asked.
“Who better than you to know that?” the goddesses said in wonder. “After all, it was by your banks that he knelt each day to contemplate himself!”
The lake was silent for some time.
Finally it said:
“I weep for Narcissus, but I never noticed that Narcissus was beautiful. I weep because, each time he knelt beside my banks, I could see, in the depths of his eyes, my own beauty reflected.”
Do you do this for others? Do your eyes light up for your spouse or children and reflect back to them? Do you do this for yourself? Look in the mirror and see the beauty – oh it is there…trust me, it is there!
So let me end this by saying this:
It is my intention to be the mirror that reflects back the beauty and magnificence of my clients so they can see themselves as healthy and whole, living the life they desire and deserve!
If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful – just a little bonus song performed by Whitney Houston and Jermaine Jackson. Click on the link if you would like to hear it!
What a wonderful mission statement, Laura, and also a beautiful retelling of the Narcissus story, which in part I had forgotten and in part I did not know. Thank you!
In love your mission statement Laura. Makes me think I should do one 🙂
I also actually do talk to myself nicely in the mirror at times but that;s a recent thing since doing a lot of personal development.