27 October 2009 10 Comments

My Mission

Remember what it was like walking the halls in Junior High? I, at least, was awkward and social involvement could be painful. In the midst of the stew of hormones and the demands for adjustment by the world came moments of lucid insight. I know some amazing young people. Many children receive clear inner guidance. We are open to life before we become self-conscious about what we believe.

When I was thirteen, walking those halls on my way to Girl’s Glee (singing) an internal voice told me quite clearly that my life mission involved writing a book in my mid years as an adult. This message cut through the hubbub in the hall, my hormonal mayhem, and my mish-mash of thoughts. My determined-to-be-on-time pace slacked. It was odd and irrelevant to get a compelling message out of the blue! I thought, What the heck? How do I know what I will do as an adult? and rushed to class.

MissionThe message surfaced on and off through my life, like a reminder. I began to take it as a given that I had to write a book. When I felt the information I had was the right stuff, then I wrote for seven years, daunted by the exposure involved with finishing my book. It was too complex. I had too much information. I wasn’t ready.

During another lucid moment my internal guidance said, “Market it or throw it out.” I detest marketing. Now I have built this website, my Being Total site, Facebook page, etc for one purpose: To assist those who are aware of or sensitive to subtle energies to live joyful, authentic, powerful lives.

“What Healer’s Won’t Tell You: The Smart Consumers’ Guide to Getting Top Quality Health Care” holds the most vital keynotes of my message. It contains information that should be in the hands of every care provider, healer, massage therapist, and client.

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10 Responses to “My Mission”

  1. Robert Rushing 7 November 2009 at 12:36 am #

    Great site!

  2. Michele Marie 26 November 2009 at 11:37 am #

    Beautiful space, thank you!

  3. Louise Holmes 8 December 2009 at 10:56 am #

    Your website is beautiful. I feel the calm and enjoy the beauty…and your mission statement.

    I found you through a conference call we were both on last night, and am grateful for that gift.

  4. serge rene help 20 December 2009 at 6:22 am #

    true say all the way you have my full attention and respect much love

  5. Linda Waldon 18 April 2010 at 6:24 pm #

    I love the way your website says all the things I ponder but never put into words. You make me think about things in a new way, as I strive to understand the balancing act of living. I’m so glad I met you and can benefit from your wisdom and kindness.

  6. Anne 8 July 2010 at 12:04 pm #

    How does one begin to find their passion and intuition? I was recently told by my naturopathic doctor that my astrology chart says I’m on the brink of something major. Maybe to become a counselor or to write a book? She mentioned that I have great intuition and listening skills.
    Not sure how to explore this exciting revelation?

    • Teresa Dietze 9 July 2010 at 10:36 pm #

      Hi Anne. Important question. I could write a book on it! I’ve been thinking for a day or so about how I would like to reply . . .

      My second spiritual teacher told me, “Become who you really are–and what you are to do will follow from this.”

      I found this reply annoying at the time, but it is essential. What we do needs to spring from who we are, if it is to be authentic and vitally engaging.
      Your process of discovery is even more important than what you discover, because your Being is more important than what you Do.

      My next few posts will be a series on Inner Work. I believe they may be of some use to you. When I can, I will write a post in answer to your question, but I will not be able to do this for a while.

      Blessings,

      Teresa

  7. Aliya Otto 21 May 2014 at 7:30 am #

    Great post but I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more
    on this topic? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little
    bit more. Cheers!

    • Teresa Dietze 21 May 2014 at 10:14 am #

      Hi Aliya,

      Thanks for showing up.

      Please ask me specific questions. I almost always address questions in my posts.

      All Good Wishes,

      T


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