Nov 17, 2020
In this solocast, I read another excerpt from my upcoming book Discover Your Dharma on two more obstacles keeping you from your dharma (purpose)- “not enoughness” and “don’t know where to start.” I share my exact feedback for both situations and how to reframe them to see the *blessing* in both.
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