Life Purpose and the rule of Paradoxes

By Jena Griffiths | August 21, 2012

Earth School re-opens today after the summer holidays with the next Soul Psychology Call with Richard Unger.
21 August 2012, at 11 am Pacific, 2 pm Eastern, 8pm Central Europe.
We’re exploring the “Paradox Principle” today.

What is the Paradox Principle?
How does this affect you living your life purpose?
How is this different to the law of polarity?

I like to think of it as the soft underbelly of your life purpose
where the pattern of your “Right Life” looks reversed.
Just as you can’t have a wave without a trough. You can’t get to
your Right Life without also experiencing the opposite.

In his novel, The World according to Garp , John Irving wrote about a kid called Walt who imagined a giant toad, “lurking offshore,waiting to suck him under and drag him out to sea. The terrible Under Toad.” (His parents had warned him to beware of the “undertow”) .

Each of us has our own personal Undertoad.

Could it be that what you think of as your weakness or as holding you back is actually the one thing that could propel your life forward in ways you never dreamed possible?

Here’s what Richard says about this call:

“The Paradox Principle shows up in every hand reading in multiple ways. For
one, there is the Delicious Dilemma, without which a hand reading makes
no sense at all. How a person handles the inevitable opposites of
orientation and motivation is at the center of my approach to hands.
Further, to fully understand the role of one’s Life Purpose Inverse is
often the key to my client’s creating a life of deeper meaning and
fulfillment. In this interview, I will explore these topics at a level of
detail not normally afforded either in a reading or in class.”

This is an essential call for anyone trying to make sense of life from a hands or fingerprint perspective.
Register here.
Inner Circle members log in here to attend.

Hope you can join us for this game changing call.
There’s a replay available straight after the live event.

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