I LOVE WHAT I DO.
I am one of the few fortunate people who get to say, “ I save peoples’ lives ”. Because I love what I do, I am genuinely happy, and I have an amazing life.
My mother died when I was two, leaving my father to raise my older brother, sister and I with myself being the youngest. My father remarried when I was 7, gaining me a mom and another brother and a sister.
I feel it started during the early years that I believed myself to be “special”. Most people chose to look at me as “different” but I liked to think of myself as unique and different in my own special way. I believed this to be true because my way of thinking has always been unlike any other.
Through my teen years I was basically a selfish independent loner that grew up an adrenal junky, always seeking out the ultimate feeling. I was always looking for something better than the last. In living that kind of life, I more often than not put myself in life threatening and life changing situations.
Countless times through these years it occurred to me that I really shouldn’t be alive and because of that I realized the universe kept me around for a higher purpose. Unfortunately this catapulted me into a more reckless way of life. After living life dangerously for a while, it became very clear to me that I was not going to pass on to the next life anytime soon so I eventually returned to the concept of the discovering or exploring that greater purpose. Of course this wasn’t until after suffering and learning to survive so many of my own mental, emotional and physical hardships over the course of my life.
I didn’t realize it at the time, but all these accidents, traumas, dramas and many family deaths that I experienced have assisted me in my spiritual growth. This includes watching my brother die when he was hit by a car. He was only 10 and I was 12. This experience stays with you for a lifetime.
– Terry Robnett
Just when I thought I had it all, the husband, the house, the career, the 2.1 children, the cat, and the dog…. I still was not happy and ended up divorced. I was an emotionally & spiritually damaged, struggling, miserable single parent. I seriously wanted to stop the globe and get off!
Little did I know back then that I was being groomed to be a healer for others after having to learn to heal myself. I eventually got the message and accepted that the Universe always has a better plan for us, even though I always thought I knew what was best for me (sound familiar?). Now I feel incredibly blessed that I have identified that my soul’s purpose is “to heal and help others to find true happiness by doing the same”.
From my experiences in life, and not having traveled the smoothest roads to get here, I can say without a doubt that I’m grateful for all the things that I have gone through in my life. If someone were to ask me “would you change anything in your past?” My answer would be a firm “no.” If I were to change anything then I would not be the better and wiser person I have become today.
Every step I’ve taken in my life, every path I’ve chosen, has helped put me where I am right now and given to me the ability to help you.