Inside every one of us is a good, brave and courageous heart.
Inside every one of us is a unique gift that is only ours to carry – our magic.
The world needs YOUR magic, YOUR medicine, YOUR unique gifts.
When you are living life fully as yourself, you naturally bring that magic to the world, and you give others permission to do the same.
Most of us spend a lot of time waiting to do the things we know are right for us to do:
Waiting until we have enough money; Waiting until we have enough time; Waiting until we look a certain way; Waiting until our children are grown; Waiting until we get a certification or degree that tells us we are qualified enough … just waiting.
If you didn’t have another tomorrow, would you be content with how you lived your life today? Or would you have regret? Would you be able to take your last breath knowing that you gave all of yourself to this life, or would you still have some reserves in the tank?
So that you can look back on your life and know that you gave it everything you had; So that you can feel as fulfilled and purposeful and joyful as you deserve; So that the world can benefit from the blessing of your unique gifts; So that you can live without regret.
Most of the people I meet say they know they have a purpose, but they don’t know what it is or how to figure it out.
After 20+ years of working with people on their spiritual development, I have learned that our purpose in life is not just one thing – it is an ever-evolving dance with our Soul. Our purpose evolves as we evolve, and as the world itself changes. We must simply uncover what our Soul is calling us to do right now, and go from there.
If you are ready for greater connection to Spirit, more authentic expression, and groundedness in your power, then let’s get to work.
I guarantee that within one 2-hour session we will uncover the purpose your Soul is calling for. From there, we will create an action plan to start living in alignment with that purpose right now — so that you can live the life of vitality, passion, fulfillment, and joy that you deserve.
I grew up in the Bronx with divorced parents and a perpetual reality of survival mode as they struggled to support 5 kids. While there was plenty of love, everyone was taxed to the extreme with little support communally or financially. Adding further struggle to my experience, I never seemed to fit into any of the social groups I lived or went to school with: I was too Hispanic to be black, too dark to be white, too "gringo" to be Dominican, too ethnically diverse to be American, too emotional to be manly, and too spiritual to be Christian. Although this was extremely painful to experience as a child, as an adult I now understand that their rejection led me to find freedom in being exactly who I am. And it gave me the ability to celebrate others without judgment as well.
I've been blessed with many mentors in the realm of my spiritual gifts, and because of their generosity of time and spirit I was able to excel rapidly in these areas. But when it came to mentorship around my sacred masculinity, I often found that role unfilled. There was no existing blueprint for how to be a sacred man, and the blueprint I was given as a child was toxic at best. I had no one to teach me how to be strong in my gentleness, how to be both compassionate and loving as a partner and a beast of goodness as a lover, how to support myself and stay on task to achieve success ... so I would take a deep breath and brace myself for another journey through the School of Hard Knocks, knowing I would have to learn the hard way and figure it out on my own.
But as I walked the long, hard road of self-taught self-discovery, I was inspired by knowing that one day there would be other men who came upon a fork in the road of their lives, and instead of finding nobody there, they would find me to help them navigate the sacred path towards a life of compassion, strength, integrity and clarity.
I now know that the only thing men will need to embark upon this path with me is the knowledge of two truths:
1) The ability to recognize when we need help and ask for it
2) Understanding that a solid investment in the betterment of oneself is always a smart and necessary endeavor