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Diana Cooper with Harun Rabbani

Diana Cooper and Harun Rabbani

Last night, I had the pleasure of attending the Prediction Magazine Awards at the College of Psychic Studies. What a fabulous evening it turned out to be. Lots of synchronicities and opportunities for collaboration all in one gathering! It was great to see some of the unsung heroes of the spiritual world being recognised for their wonderful contribution. These are the people who are making a huge difference to the lives of many people…quietly, efficiently and very effectively.

I would like to give a big thanks to all the wonderful people present who connected with me, including  Stewart Pearce, Katie Rose, Alexandra Wenman (Editor of Predictions Magazine), Diana Cooper and the many more incredible souls (far  too many to list)!

Love, light and blessings,

Harun Rabbani

Mentor to Evolutionary Leaders

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Stand up ComedyBeing out of work and not knowing which way to direct one’s life can be very suffocating and disconcerting. Matters are not helped when others seem to be far more successful in their endeavours against all the odds. This is exactly what was happening for one of my mentoring clients…until a couple of weeks ago.

After some deep introspection, she realised that what she enjoyed most was making people laugh and performing to crowds. As I mentored her, she came to the conclusion she wanted to join a improvisation comedy club, get trained in stand-up comedy later on in the year and start performing to small groups of friends to build her confidence.

That was two weeks ago. She took some action, but nothing over the top. Today, she told me during her mentoring that she found a comedy training course that starts in September in accordance to her own timeline; she found an weekly improvisation club in Lancaster not too far from her remote town; and her friends have asked if she would perform for them. That is called synchronicity in full action.

Love, light and blessings,

Harun Rabbani

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Human EnergyI don’t know what the Universe had in mind, but I knew something was up when I was sent half a dozen new spiritual mentoring clients who suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I have met and mentored many other clients over the years who’ve had low energy levels.

There is one pattern that seems to appear repeatedly. They have no defined vision for their lives. Some were doing jobs that bored the pants off them, whilst others were out of work completely. Here’s the thing. Biologically, we are programmed for creativity or entropy. In other words, we either grow or we die. If you have nothing to live for, then you have something to die for. That’s just a Universal principle.

When you have a purpose and a vision in which you see your purpose being realised bigger and greater than yourself, than you will have a compelling reason to live. The subconscious mind will generate the energy you need to be healthy, active and alive. The greater your vision, the greater the amount of energy that’s generated by your mind. It is that simple.

What and how you eat and drink and how much you exercise has a significant impact on your energy. However, the most profound effect on your personal energy is how you manage your mind. I can say with complete certainty from personal experience, from interviewing some of the greatest scientists and from working with clients from a variety of backgrounds that your passion, purpose and vision will give you all the energy you need beyond any food or medicine. Now, it is up to you to either get on with it or get yourself a good mentor to help you find your passion and purpose.

Love, light and blessings

Harun Rabbani

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Harun's Home-made potato curry, nan and onion bhajiOne of my life-defining experiences was the time I spent as a 12-year old boy working full time for my dad in his curry house.  My job was to educate our customers about Indian cuisine and to encourage them to buy more. That was thirty-one years ago. Ever since then, the majority of my work has been entrepreneurial with some being great successes, whilst others were great learning experiences.

Having gained huge experience in the entrepreneurial world of selling for a medical devices company, I started my first business. Ever since then, I have been unemployable. Why the heck would I want to get a job? Well, there were a couple of episodes in my entrepreneurial career when I felt it was necessary to get a job. Here’s the thing; I am unemployable and so are thousands of other people who have the common health condition that I have. This condition has several main symptoms – a tendency to be creative , a desire to make a real lasting difference to others and, the clincher, to practice critical thinking. How silly is that?!!

This is a much more serious matter than meets the eye. Humans have only two ways to exist on the planet. They  have to either be in survival or they in creativity. One is based on fear and leads to shrinking inwards and the other is based on lovingness and multi-dimensional growth. I don’t know about you, but I choose the latter. Employers who do not take this very seriously may wonder why they are bleeding away their greatest talents.

A great entrepreneur recently told me that there were less than 1 million SME’s (small and medium sized enterprises) in the UK just over a decade ago. Today, that number has soared to 4.8 million making SME’s 99.9% of all businesses in the private sector and responsible for  59% of the employment in the UK. Despite the so-called recession, there will be approximately 270,000 new business start-ups in the next 12 months.

The facts bear out the truth. Far too many people realise that they cannot live their life purpose and passion, whilst working for an organisation that does not value their gifts and innate abilities. Creativity is restricted through an environment of fear, expectation of mediocrity and conformity. This does not mean people cannot be employed, but it does mean that smart employers may wish to help their employees to discover their true potential and help them to live with purpose. Otherwise, work would be nothing but a job.

If you are feeling that you are no longer employable, then start questioning your own beliefs about how much you are valued at your workplace, what are your real strengths and values, what are the opportunities for you to step up and step out? Perhaps you have a skill or a gift you can share with the world.  Find your passion and live on and with purpose. Being an entrepreneurial spirit, I love my freedom of creativity, expression and manifestation too much to give up my purpose and passion. What’s more, I love nothing more than meeting like-minded free spirits and remaining an entrepreneur allows me to do that.

Love, light and freedom,

Harun Rabbani

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