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Lifestyle mentor Tara Mullarkey: HOW to find your path and remain yourself when your loved ones don’t understand you?

Lifestyle mentor Tara Mullarkey: HOW to find your path and remain yourself when your loved ones don’t understand you?

OHMYGOSSIP – Many people have been at a point in their lives where everything seems to be fine, but there is no happiness—they simply don’t feel happy. Standard norms dictated by society further curtail this happiness. You may have a good education, a well-paid job, a nice home, power and good health, but you still seem to be missing something. In reality, you need spirituality and peace of mind, love and the opportunity to be necessary for society.

Tara Mullarkey is a yoga teacher, healer, entrepreneur and lifestyle mentor. The former successful New York corporate financier took a turn in her life, leading her to a three-year journey to India, Thailand, Bali, Australia, New Zealand, Morocco and Europe. Having undergone such a lifestyle change, Tara gives advice on how to find your way in search for a purpose in life, love, well-being and abundance.

Mullarkey says if she had been asked what her life plan was at the age of 25, she would have answered: marry her boyfriend at the time, buy a house in her hometown of Connecticut, have children, get a Master’s degree, and work on the career ladder. Tara admits that if she had been told that instead she would leave her job in Manhattan to study yoga, travel the world, and eventually stay in the Caribbean, Mexico, she would never have believed it.

But various life events gave Tara the courage to look at her life, and she saw that despite being on the right track, she was not happy. She had long working days and had to drive around a lot, her relationships broke down and there was hysterical confusion in her mind.

Mullarkey admitted that the problem arises when most people around you don’t understand you and your lifestyle. “If you live “unusually”— you travel, live abroad, start your own business in a new city and follow the call of your heart, it may seem too risky for people who value stability. They don’t understand it. They are afraid for you, though they secretly envy you. The fact that their fear can also infect you may complicate things, and you may doubt the reasonableness of following the call of your heart. You doubt if you can do what you love, where you like it, and with whom you love.

4 IDEAS on how not to walk the treadmills and find your path!

1. Dedicate time each day to some spiritual practice, such as yoga, meditation, prayers, or rituals.
2. Take the time as often as possible to connect with your gut, so that you can hear your intuition, heart and soul louder than the impeccable voices around you.
3. Find a community of people with similar views. Spend more time with people who understand you and who create their own path in the same way. Limit the time you spend with friends and family who do not support your vision.
4. Be strong, fearless, and faithful.

Know that you are magnificent and that you have something special to offer the world that no one else has. The world needs your talents!

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