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Spiritual mentor Elena shares three reasons why women live unhappily

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A recent study shows that although the lives of women in the U.S have improved over the past 35 years, their happiness has declined compared to men. Women seem to be more concerned about making others happy as they forsake their own happiness. Women are also actively involved in the labor force. The pressure of earning a paycheck while maintaining a family can contribute to unhappiness. Yet there’s more to the issue than what meets the eye. 

 

We had a talk with Spiritual mentor Elena to learn more about this issue. 

Elena: Background 

Elena is a spiritual mentor and founder of ‘moveyourspirityoga.com.’ She was born in Italy and moved to the USA to work as a flight attendant. Although she led a comfortable life in the U.S, she battled with depression, sadness, and anxiety. In her 30s, when she had a near-death experience, she realized that life is a gift, and what we choose to do with it is entirely up to us. There is no time to waste to co-create days we are happy with. 

Elena now implements her personal experiences, knowledge, and spiritual learnings to help others stop walking on eggshells and stand in one’s power. She is currently in India, where she continues to learn from masters, teachers, sadhus, and mystics while deepening her practices and recharging to help others with powerful and life-transforming healing. 

Three reasons why women are unhappy 

When asked for three reasons why women live unhappily, Elena points out the following:-

  • Lack of clarity of purpose:- Lack of clarity and purpose leads to a wasted life, and according to Elena, this is one of the factors why women are unhappy. Without clarity of purpose, life loses its deepest meaning, thus suffering because not knowing in which directions to go is like entering a dark tunnel without a flashlight. 
  • Failure to deal with pain:- Most women tend to deal with pain by burying it deep inside their hearts. When they realize they need to move on and find some solace, they will download an app or find an online course to help them deal with the pain. Although these solutions seem okay, they only help on the surface. But when you get down to it, the suffering is still there. Only a little more to the surface, placing the person under even greater  distress.  
  • Don’t know how to find happiness:- How many people think that more money equals more happiness? Or that losing weight equals feeling good about oneself? Elena thought so too, until a near-death experience showed her it isn’t so. Sometimes it takes an impactful event like this to make one look at life more deeply.   

To Conclude 

A rich life is one of purpose, kindness, clarity, and compassion for oneself and others. These are the ways to happiness and fulfillment. This type of existence can be achieved by one-on-one sessions with a spiritual mentor like Elena. She uses her personal experiences, lessons learned, studies, and intuition to help her clients shift from an unhappy, confused life to one that is rich and fulfilling.

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