Difference Your Purpose Can Make
Recently, one of my
students said, “I wish I could have known you from
I was puzzled and asked,
“Before? Before what?”
“Before you were
living your Life Purpose so fully,” he replied.
know if you’d believe it even if you could see it,”
I said, shaking my head.
“Well, somehow I
think it would be very interesting,” he said sheepishly, his
eyes twinkling and his lips grinning wryly under his handlebar mustache.
I moved recently, and my
passport disappeared into the chaos (along with my car stereo
faceplate, my partner’s flight log book, and his favorite
fishing reel). I keep randomly taking five minutes to search anywhere I
can just in case it chooses to reveal itself. So much of my stuff is
still jumbled up in boxes, and while rifling through one of them I came
across some stray photos that must have been in a bottom drawer
somewhere. And there it was, the picture of how I was before I began
living my Life Purpose, the one mapped out in my fingerprints. I picked
the photo up and took a good look. There she is, in a puffy-shouldered
pink sweater with a pattern of darker bows across the chest, slumped so
far down in a chair that her hands and elbows are supporting her by
leaning on her lap. Knees together, head tilted down with eyes gazing
sideways at something to the left of the camera. A wallflower
succeeding at invisibility who doesn’t feel at all
comfortable or confident. She looks wilted, frightened, unsure,
depressed, and flat-out miserable. I can tell the picture was taken
during one of my college holidays, at my grandparent’s house,
when they were still alive. The table is laid out in the background and
an antique lamp I now have in my office is also in the background.
There is no one else in the picture. Despite the family holiday
setting, the young woman looks desperately alone.
What a difference getting on
Twenty years later I am a
successful business artist with my own business, trainings, public
speaking events, private clients, and lots of travel. I meet thousands
of people each year, and work with an average of five hundred as
private consultation clients and students. I am confident about myself
and make my living from my own creative self-expression, and I love
getting up every morning to get the honor of stepping into
others’ lives with them and help them see their own highest
potential by decoding their destiny—their Life
Purpose—for them from their fingerprints. I get updates from
clients about what they’re up to and how helpful their
sessions were for them; I simply love supporting my students along and
getting the absolute privilege of seeing them take on their challenges,
step into their own purposes over time, and simply blossom. And now,
I’m the author of my first book, called Destiny at
Your Fingertips, which I wrote for those who are tired of
wondering what their purpose is and who are ready to find it out in
order to live it.
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An Interview with
Ronelle Coburn, Author of Destiny at Your Fingertips
your book, Destiny at Your Fingertips, you
discuss the concept of a “Life Purpose.” How
exactly would you define Life Purpose?
Purpose—is the state of consciousness you want to live in
life tastes absolutely delicious to you. It’s your personal
direct point of meaning, your Zone of Fulfillment. When you inhabit
your Life Purpose you know who you are and what you need to do to feed
your deep sense of being your true self. It isn’t any
action you perform or a goal to achieve. It isn’t your values
your principles or your morals. It isn’t even necessarily
you’re “good” at and it isn’t
your skills, your
aptitudes, or your career. Your destiny is your core unchanging sense
of who you are that wants to be expressed through every decision you
make and action you take. It’s your transpersonal or core or
psychology, the part of you that goes beyond your unique bundle of
personality characteristics. It’s the continual process of
awareness unfolding over time. It’s your sense of
“I am X
and I know what I want and need to do about it.” I often find
myself saying that it’s like the big shoes you were born to
that you are continuously growing into and figuring out how to walk
around in. And for most of us, those shoes are often bigger than we
imagine for ourselves. We start off feeling like they’re too
like those gigantic shiny red shoes clowns wear. And we stumble around
learning how to walk in them until we get comfortable with who we are,
that these are our shoes whether we think we like them or not. And that
it’s okay, actually necessary, to stumble on the way to
then striding, then dancing with grace and acceptance and sheer joy in
them. When you are on-purpose you wake up in the morning itching to get
up, get going, and live your life. You feel like every day is
exceedingly precious and exciting with challenges and you just
can’t wait to get up and live it, just really eat it up.
How is fingerprint analysis
different from traditional predictive palmistry?
Fingerprint analysis is
different from predictive palmistry. First off, traditional palmistry
doesn’t take the fingerprints, as an integrated system, into
account. Second, you’ve got fingerprints, and the destiny
denote, but that doesn’t mean you’re automatically
live out that purpose in the sense that you are fated to do so.
Traditional palmistry focuses on making predictions, which is very
disempowering when you stop and think about it, because it implies that
you can’t change anything for yourself, that you
free will, and you are completely powerless over the course your life
takes. I have had people call me up and tell me that they were
terrified for many years because someone made some prediction (that
never came to pass) from their hands. Anyone who really studies hands
and does research on the accuracy of predictions made from the hands
rapidly finds out that the popular perception of palmistry as any kind
of reliable predictive tool is a myth. If someone makes an accurate
prediction about a future event while looking at your hands
just that they have an excellent intuition that really
have much to do with your actual hands.
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The Paranormal: A New Science of the
Philip J. Imbrogno
No matter how skeptical you are, there are three things that cannot be
denied: that reports of paranormal experiences exist, that they
persist, and they are increasingly occurring on a global scale. Philip
J. Imbrogno, author of Night Siege and Interdimensional Universe,
details how UFO sightings and other paranormal phenomena are
potentially related, while questioning the very universe we hold as
In the Presence
of the Divine
Rose Vanden Eynden
Many people remember the names of angels from literature and religious
tradition. But the name of one angel—Metatron—often
confusion in the general populace. Often referred to as “The
Angel of the Presence,” this archangel can aid each and every
of us in strenghtening our communication with the Divine and
recognizing the divinity inherent in all of us. Rose Vanden Eynden,
author of Metatron, Invoking the Angel of God's Presence,
introduces a simple exercise to invoke Metatron for guidance, wisdom,
Tarot is a tool useful in many ways for many things, from meditation
and spiritual insight to divination and fortunetelling. Yet, everytime
we consult the tarot, we are in search of some sort of answer. Tarot
expert Barbara Moore explains how the questions we ask in hopes of an
answer are just as important as the answer itself.
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Finding Your Familiar
Angels of Leo
Spell to Help Develop Psychism
The Paranormal: A New Science of the 21st Century
In the Presence of the Divine
Searching for Answers?
The life line is the line that wraps around the thumb and ends at the
wrist. Contrary to legend, the length of the life line cannot be used
to predict the life span of the individual. This is inaccurate and can
do absolutely no good. However, the life line gives us a good idea of
the person's life energies, and how directed the person is.
A scribe who lived for three hundred and sixty-five years on earth
before “God took him” and turned him into an angel
(Genesis 5:23–24) known as Metatron.
Named after author and researcher Charles Fort (1874–1932)
collected such information, Fortean phenomena are strange, bizarre, and
almost always inexplicable through current scientific theories.
Example: rains of fish, stones, or frogs.