Jamie Saloft Author Profit about Writing your Book with Purpose
What is Present Life Purpose?
Many people course through life wanting to get to the top of the mountain and never getting there. Some people want to write a book yet never publish one. Jamie Saloft of The Author’s Prophet offers valuable on how you can get on top of that mountain by looking back at your heritage and living your present purpose. Her tips will help you unleash the author in you. Listen to our interview with her by clicking the play button below:
Align with your Dreams – Jamie Saloff, The Author’s Prophet
What is present life purpose?
Our purpose evolves as we go forth. For example, Jamie’s purpose then as young married wife, hoping to be a published author, is a lot different from her purpose now as an author and healer.
Sometimes we get carried away when we’re looking at the top of the mountain. We forget that that’s where we are heading… that it is NOT our purpose today. If you look at what you’re supposed to be doing now – your present purpose – then things would be working a lot much faster.
If you look at the whole picture, you might get scared and be afraid to get there. Remember, the top of the mountain may be something bigger and better than you ever dreamed.
How can you tune in to changes in your purpose
Use the force. Use what is inside of you. Tap into your heart to find out what’s right for you and follow it.
Transformational healing is a heart-centric process. It’s all about listening to your heart and following it.
Jamie’s process for working with authors
She categorizes authors into three types:
Firefly catchers — Authors with brilliant, wonderful ideas for a book but never released a book.
Joans of Ark — Authors who, when they write and publish their book, get backlash, e.g. gets excommunicated by family.
Box Creatures — Authors who followed all the steps, all the rules, and yet are not selling well. They marketed their book, followed all the right advice, but they are not making sales.
Talks to authors in a 15-minute opening session to find out what’s in their heart. She asks them basic questions about body, mind and spirit.
She then helps authors to get well spiritually using two techniques that:
Tap into the heritage of the author. Find what’s into the past to get a look of the future.
Remove mind blocks. These beliefs that’s blocking you from fulfilling your purpose.
Why you should read the The Ugly Duckling
This is a great story about finding your purpose and transforming yourself. A poor, helpless ugly duck ends up with an old woman, a hen, and a cat. All he wants to do is swim; he is a water fowl after all. That is the desire of his heart. But the woman, the hen, and the cat called him crazy and set him up in a comfortable, nice home. Yet makes the decision to follow his heart — to swim — and he turns into a beautiful swan.
All famous people have these ugly duckling qualities, which are actually super powers, that help them become swans.
Tips on how to transform yourself
Get with like minded people. Find people who want you want to do, whether online or offline.
How do you know when you’re living you’re following your heart.
Act on what you heart is telling you what to do. When things just start opening up, you know you’re on the right path. Follow your intuition. When you follow those, it leads to another thing to another thing that just opens up the world.
Jamie Saloft is the force behind The Author’s Prophet and is the author of five books, including: Transformational Healing, Prayer Superchargers, andThe Wisdom of Emotional Healing. She offers online workshops, leads weekend retreats, and offers one-on-one counseling for ugly ducklings looking to discover their own inner swan.
Trained in Lily Dale, NY, at the Fellowships of the Spirit School of Healing and Prophecy, Jamie is a spiritualist minister and certified metaphysician. She has also trained with Donna Eden in energy medicine. Dubbed “the POD Queen,” she has been designing print on demand books for self-publishing professionals for over a decade, specializing in spirituality, health and wellness, nutrition, business, memoir, and other non-fiction topics.