338: Can You Have Multiple Purposes? with Sahara Rose
Back with you this week reading another excerpt from my book Discover Your Dharma: A Vedic Guide to Finding Your Purpose, out Jan 5th! In this episode, I answer of one the biggest questions I get (and had) around purpose-- can you have multiple of them?! I break them down into the three Ayurvedic Doshas (energy types) and how your dharma is different from your career but rather your soul’s expression. Dive in in this episode!
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