Turning Point

Each decision we make is an important decision. Some may seem small at the time, but the reality is they add up one another to become habits of the heart that move us with increasing force toward some destiny.

Some of our choices, often unknown to us at the time, become real turning point in our lives–times when putting first things first make all the difference. Sometimes these decisions are hard. They require us to take a stand that may be unpopular, even illogical to others. But as we listen to our conscience and subordinate the “good” to the “best,” we find incredible quality-of-life impact down the road.

Several years ago, as a owner of the graphic design studio, my job required me to visit my clients in their factory and discuss the requirement of the marketing collateral’s for their business.

In one such meeting, after the meeting I couldn’t get up as the osteoarthritis pain shot up in my left knee. We were on the first floor and without any lift.

Luckily, my son was with me. After, struggle of 40 minutes, four strong security guys brought me down and pushed me into the car. My son drove me back home. It was a terrible experience for next 6 months. Doctors said, I may have to live on wheelchair for rest of my life. I knew that was the end of my design career, as I wouldn’t be able to stand for long periods of time & manage or direct industrial shoot or videos. I was just about 47 years old.

I had to find another way to earn money where instead of me running around to meet clients, the clients would come seeking my help.

And that’s when I decided to get into Numerology Consultation full-time. That really was a turning point in my life.

Today, I am able to live my Life by putting the first things first. I wake up in the morning by about 5 am. Do my physical exercises, stretching exercises. Then after bath, I invest next 2 hours in Prayers. I chant Hanuman Chalisa, Durga Saptashati, Healing Mantras and Vishnu Sahastranama daily. Only after that I start for office. I enjoy transforming the lives of my clients.

And the best part is I make far more money as a Numerologist than I was making as a designer. Every day, people come and pay me for what I love doing most.