‘Author Patti Clark is a cross between Elizabeth Gilbert and Julia Cameron.’
– Joanne McCall
Why I made this blog –
Do I want fame? Well maybe a little, but mostly, to be honest, this is all a little embarrassing. In my mind I think – who am I to be writing a blog, what do I have to say?
But then on the heels of that, I hear Marianne Williamson:
“Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and famous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that people won’t feel insecure around you.”
Do I want attention for my work? Well, yes I do. I want women to think about how they live their lives, to look deeper and live more consciously. I want to share the 7 Tools for Transformation – I want women to know that they have the power to create the life that they love. I want women to know that their minds are the most beautiful and powerful things on Earth.
I want to talk about Intention, Attention and Memory (I AM) – making the most of each and every day on this planet. I want to motivate women to follow their bliss.
I want women to know that it’s safe to trust their inspired thoughts. I want to communicate that all people can access their intuition – it just takes time to learn to listen to it and trust it. I want to encourage women to live with an attitude of gratitude and abundance.
I want people to know that the old paradigm is changing and that I am one of the people who is in the process of changing it – I’m doing this by paying attention everyday, by practicing my own 7 Tools of Transformation, and by being willing to move forward a little bit everyday.
So why did I create this blog? I guess to bring attention to this work, my work, and to maybe make a difference…
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