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The purpose of this blog is to explore the process of transformation a tech-phobic person can experience when he or she dares to face the fears that are bound to show up when attempting to set up a business online.

Another purpose is to test the premise that a connection to the higher self and its creative impulse will eventually prevail. Motivated by a burning desire to be of service, the ego will be shamed in the process and make room for what wants to emerge. Only by taking action can the limits be pushed forward.

I am constantly inspired by Goethe’s couplets:

<Whatever you dream you can, Begin it! Boldness has genius, power and magic in it!>

I understand that this is not the correct wording and I cannot find my source sheet right now, but will move through my perfectionist strain that constantly stalls all my dreams until I have it all figured out, and post this anyway.

So be it! Fuelled by higher passion and a clearer sense of where I am going, I will edit later if need be.

9 Responses to “Original Purpose of the blog”

  1. askthedean says:

    This resonates so much with me , the perfectionist starting a business on line etc. Is there a disconnect between higher ideals and business? It certainly seems so right now

  2. selfawarenessinaction says:

    Just realized that there is a reply function!

    There sure is a disconnect between higher ideals and business. A lot of lip service is being paid to Vision and Mission statement in corporations.
    Embodying the values and statements that look good on print, requires a whole new technology, a living from our Being level, guided by an internal blueprint that takes its cues from an passionate creative impulse that wants to birth a new stage in our developmental spiral.

  3. beyondinnerchildtreatment says:

    Great minds come together and create great outcomes! Putting yourself out there as an example for all of us who strive for perfection that blocks our progress, your words resonate with my soul. Thanks for your inspiring support.
    Dr. Debra

  4. Andrea Anstiss says:

    Hey Aline, I am so enjoying your writing and all your awareness. It is great to be connected with you again and Abass! I am of to New Zealand in a week to negotiate the whole exteneded family and in-law deal so thanks for helping me to take responsibility here for the precious connections and the more challenging ones. Marcus will be 17 tomorrow1
    Big hug,
    Andrea

  5. selfawarenessinaction says:

    Andrea, I am soooooo happy to connect with you again and even more so that this blogging device has helped make this happen! It is worth all the struggling and steep learning curve of the last few years. Happy birthday to Marcus! Is Perry still playing the violin? Love and light to you! Aline

  6. Erica says:

    I keep finding this online business building a challenge. As soon as I accomplish one new task, there are 5 or 6 other things I have not yet done, or could be improved upon. I certainly have felt that shame along the way. But then I have a real reality check when I talk to almost any person I know. Most have not even attempted to build a business online – and have an intense fear of even starting. And, there are so many hypes out there, so many people offering get-rich-quick schemes, when all I really want is to put my accumulated wisdom out there and reach those who are seeking what I can offer.
    Thanks for putting into words what I have been thinking and feeling.

    DrErica

  7. selfawarenessinaction says:

    Erica you are an inspiration for me and a model. Your daily writing of articles and building your online venture keeps on opening a path and makes it a little bit easier for all of us t follow suit. Thanks for being who you are!

  8. Carolyn Mair says:

    Aline, I just want you to know how much you inspire me with your profound honesty, integrity, and willingness to share yourself, a beautiful being of love and light! I feel blessed to have the opportunity to continue to get to know you better.
    Blessings,
    Carolyn

  9. selfawarenessinaction says:

    Thank you Carolyn, this experience of writing a blog had me confront so many aspects of my lower nature and helped clarify where I want to go with this online venture, a real transformational experience. The perfectionist born from painful experiences and guarded by a slew of defense structures had to give way to the Being we all share.

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