Finding Your Meaning During Tragedy with Dr. Erin Fall Haskell

Finding Your Meaning During Tragedy with Dr. Erin Fall Haskell

At 22 years old, Erin gave birth to a stillborn baby. She describes sitting in a room staring at the tragedy before her with a loss for words.

It was In those moments, that she wanted to know the purpose of life. She  realized he(the baby that laid before her) wasn’t his body. She noticed him as a spiritual being.

She didn’t know this then, but her life was just beginning to truly have meaning.

Over the coming years, Erin came to know that what you once triumph over is our soul contract and it is those contracts, mixed with passion and a strong skill set that allow our authentic selves to flourish.

Now, Dr. Erin Fall Haskell (“Dr. Erin”) lives in Los Angeles and is the creator and TV host of Good Morning LaLa Land.  She is a doctor of divinity, new thought minister, international best-selling author, a self-made millionaire, transformational speaker, awarded as global peace leader in 2016, and mother.

Join us today and learn how Dr. Erin continually has LEVELED UP and created EVERYTHING from NOTHING.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • How we are more than just a physical body
  • How you’re able to find your true meaning in tragedy
  • Why a spiritual journey can be important to success
  • Why life isn’t ‘pretty’ and how we can learn from it

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