When we started on this journey Magsthree years ago, I had no idea where it would lead, who we would meet or what the results would be. What I knew then, was that I was being placed in a soul space which needed expansion and the voice in my head kept on saying: “Don’t die with your passion inside of you.” Talking about the soul is not something which is an everyday conversation, yet, SOUL is my everyday experience with life and with people. I have spent many sleepless nights wondering how I could create a simple way to help others understand the journey of the soul and to also make the connection between the every day ordinary, routines and the SOUL. I have thought long and hard about how I can help others take meaning from their day to day encounters and to be more aware of the blessings that are exchanged – whether it is a positive or negative soul encounter.
This year I set a goal to have 10 speaking engagements where I could hopefully inspire or motivate or help others to reach their goals. Within days of setting this goal, I started receiving opportunities to speak. I am a strong believer that we must put out what we want to achieve to the great universe. We must be clear about our intentions. I know that and I try to practice it regularly.
Yesterday, I had the pleasure the privilege to meet with multiple award winner, Marie Claudine Mukamambana who lost her parents, sister, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, loved ones, friends, classmates, and fellow countrymen during the Rwandan Genocide, when she was only a teenager. What touched me the most was that she has used this tragedy to find meaning in life and to give back to the orphans of Rwanda
After many months of work, we are pleased to announce that you can now pre-order your copy of Soulful Encounters. “I am delighted to register my Congratulations to Magdalene Cooman on the 2nd Edition of Mags E-Magazine titled ‘Soulful Encounters.’ This edition of Mags… Continue Reading “Mags Magazine – Soulful Encounters”
On January 21st, I attended the CANNEXUS 14 Conference in Ottawa which brings together professionals in Career Counselling. My colleague Dragana and I presented the some of the leading edge work we do with our organization, World Skills, which is dedicated to integrating newcomers into Canadian Labour… Continue Reading “Why don’t we live our life purpose?”
Did you know that an estimated 100 million people are homeless worldwide? Source: United Nations Commission on Human Rights, 2005 Homelessness is something which affects most of us in one way or the other as we are so vulnerable to the calamities of life. I had… Continue Reading “Meet Dawta Maloee, A Single Mom Who Feeds 200-300 Homeless People A Month…A Call To Feed The Poor Worldwide…”