What do we discover about ourselves when we let go of obligations and expectations that aren’t serving us? How do we focus on and ignite our life purpose, so that we can bring our unique gifts forward without fear?
In pursuit of answers to these questions, I will be walking the 2,200-mile Appalachian Trail from the first week of May until my 30th birthday in November. Join me–let’s take a leap into the unknown and come away with life-changing lessons!
My Life Purpose
When I am strong and centered in myself, I feel most called to serve the world by manifesting my vision of interpersonal connection that is outside the influence of the standard narrative. I imagine a life in which I facilitate the flow of “free love”–love that is free from fear. I imagine developing a coaching practice that helps people tap into their true desires and pure intentions around relationships and sexuality. I imagine building a community that approaches intimacy in a bold new way.
Yet shame, social pressure and distractions have been holding me back from taking a leap into the unknown to create a lifestyle and livelihood that fully honor my passions for human connection and evolutionary community-building. Working towards healing something as wounded as human intimacy is going to take tremendous creativity and brash courage. I have come to realize that truly serving others in this way is going to first require time spent in deep connection with myself. For these reasons, I have chosen to make a 180-day solo pilgrimage along the Appalachian Trail.
As I journey, I want to help you discover what you came here for, and inspire you to take steps towards realizing your dream.
I see that many others, no matter what age, could benefit from the clarity that turning inward can bring. What would it be like to focus and simply your life until your core purpose shines through? What can you say “no” to in order to have space to say “yes” to the things that serve your higher self and your life purpose? In which areas of your life are you giving too much of yourself away?
You can choose “no perks” upon pledging if you’d like to participate without receiving anything in return, but please know that I carefully designed perks and perk caps so as to not burden or distract from my pilgrimage. In fact, when times get hard, I will be able to call upon the dreams you’ve shared with me as a comforting reminder that we are all on the path of discovering and activating our life purpose together.
As I wrote earlier, when I envision my life after the trail, it is one dedicated to human connection. Though I need solo time in nature to grow strong and centered in myself and my life purpose, making it through the hard moments may come from knowing that you are with me on this life journey–struggling, resisting, surrendering, laughing and loving by my side. When “me” becomes “we,” true strength is found.
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