Can Finding Your Purpose Help In Healing?

Listen to “#213 Can Finding Your Purpose Help In Healing?” on Spreaker.

In this episode, Ani Anderson, the creator of the Find Your Soul’s Agenda process and co-creator of Sensation-Based Mindset coaching shows us how to discover your soul agenda to navigate life’s challenges with grace and gratitude rather than the toxic emotions that ultimately affect our health, vitality, and quality of life. We also learn how to:

• Discover that one word that describes your soul’s agenda,
• Ways to reduce stress and heal from within by optimizing where we are,
• And breaking though conditioned patterns or responses so that life is enjoyed not endured!

Ani Anderson, MS, OT, LMT, CEMP, SBMC has had many outward successes in her life, from Broadway to business, however her most treasured success has been becoming a person, wife, and parent that she’s proud to be. She is the author of ‘Find Your Soul’s Agenda: The One Word That Will Make Your Whole Life a Success.’ Learn more about Ani and your Soul Agenda at and listen to this delightful interview Friday, February 22, at 7PM ET


This episode’s guest will deal with a topic that’s not autoimmune specific, one that is really going to help everyone. Ani Anderson will talk about her book called “Find Your Soul’s Agenda: The one word that will make your whole life a success.”

Sharon begins with the question, “Why is it that we tend to focus on the drama and the negativity and the “why me’s” and the “oh, boys” which seem to just muddle up the whole thing?”

And this opens up a very interesting discussion on why we really get bogged down in the why-me’s. Ani walks us through the processes in finding our soul agenda to find out who we really are.

0:09:18.6 At this point, she helps us understand why we get stuck in those places we do not want to be in and she shares some things that would help us get unstuck. She stresses that though, at times, we are in an experience in our lives where we don’t love how we feel, it’s important to understand that we’re still on purpose.

Using the soul agenda process, she says that’s “we’re able to articulate our lives in a holistic way.” She emphasizes how powerful it is to recognize that we’re being defensive and that with our need not to get hurt, we “miss out on some opportunities for deep and meaningful connection and compassion and other beautiful stuff.”

0:29:22.0 Here, they talk about how we can help family members and loved ones find their soul agenda and that this is only recommended for people ages 21 and above, not for children.

Ani stresses the profound power of being in healthy relationships and that one of her favorite questions is “Where is the health?” because there’s always an opportunity to find health wherever you are in your journey.
And as Sharon says, “It’s coming from that place of gratitude.”

0:38:04.2 Ani shares her love of the concept of natural laws. She reminds us that we’re a part of nature: “Water the seeds that you want to grow. Life is always growing into more life. We’re always evolving. Water what you want to grow because you can grow flowers or you can grow weeds.”

Finally, she says that the law of polarity is one of her favorites as well as the law of relativity and she shares some insights about both concepts.

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About Your Host, Sharon Sayler

Your host, Sharon Sayler is a certified executive and wellness coach, communications trainer, public speaker, best selling author, and the founder of Competitive Edge Communications who specializes in teaching professionals critical nonverbal and body language skills including how to have those critical “tough” conversations. She teaches how to up-your-impact on the stage, in the boardroom, with clients, customers, team members and even how to deal with difficult people.

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