Nancy Fairbrother is a psychotherapist who has been practicing for more than 30 years. Educated in soul-centered psychology, esoteric practices, and energy healing, she used modalities from all three fields in her counseling practice. She found that numerology and other esoteric processes directly access the soul and developed a simple, step-by-step method for discovering one's life purpose using Chaldean numerology.
Nancy's research and practice led her to the conclusion that emotional trauma and physical disease are caused by disconnection from one’s soul. Learning to access their soul’s wisdom enabled her clients to move through trauma faster and resolve issues, as opposed to merely learning to cope.
She now specializes in helping people re-discover their life purpose in order to live in alignment with their soul's wisdom.
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Smashwords book reviews by Nancy Fairbrother
Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook
on July 20, 2011
If you want to change your life for the better, this Sample Personal Development Plan and Workbook is the perfect way to begin. It covers every area of personal development, starting with a personal growth self-test in eight areas of life (health, job, relationships, recreation, social life, spiritual life, financial health, and personal space). From there, Jerry shows you how to evaluate your scores and start your journey toward a new life. The module on Life Purpose alone is worth the price of the book. By giving yourself the opportunity to engage with this workbook, you will learn more about yourself than ever before whether you are a newbie or have abundant experience with self growth. Jerry's down-to-earth approach and strong but gentle leadership will guide you to becoming a more authentic and joyful version of yourSelf.
What Is Life All About? How Do I Find My Purpose? 12 Paths To Find The Meaning Of Life
on Aug. 14, 2012
Jerry Lopper’s writing moves like clear water flowing smoothly downstream, carrying the reader on an exciting journey of discovery. He says everything that needs to be said about life purpose, from defining it to sharing those 12 paths to finding it, gently and confidently guiding the reader each step of the way.
I like the distinction he makes between being and doing, to quote: “Life purpose is fulfilled by who we are being and it is experienced by what we are doing at the time.”
He addresses fears some may have about discovering their purpose by pointing out that life purpose is not about sacrificing your life to change the world but about changing your own world for the better by discovering what fulfills you.
I find this book insightful and helpful to me, personally, and I’m honored to be mentioned in it.