Spiritual Advisor | Mission Statement | Writing Advisor

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Spiritual Advisor

A spiritual advisor is a person who is deeply rooted and connected to G-d and is able to help guide others on their personal or professional paths.

Your spiritual advisor helps you to connect to G-d and yourself. They don’t make decisions for you but are your guide throughout your journey. 

Spiritual advisors assist you with many things such as spiritual connection, life direction, career, family, health, and more. Their direction has a spiritual focus and brings you back to your center, your true self.

Spiritual advisors use their experience, education, and connection to the Divine to give the answers you seek or to point you in the right direction.

Spiritual Advisors are not therapists

Spiritual advisors are not licensed therapists. If you are in need of therapy, find someone who is qualified to assist you in this area. A spiritual advisor can sometimes help you find someone who is a good fit.

Therapists in conjunction with spiritual advisors can be beneficial. 

What can you expect from a Spiritual Advisor?

  1. Guidance in all areas of life, with a spiritual foundation
  2. A sounding board for your thoughts, ideas, and feelings
  3. Help to reframe your thoughts and lovingly challenge you 
  4. Spiritual and energetic healing
  5. Suggested books, classes, exercises, and resources that will help on your journey 
  6. To be treated with love
  7. A person who will help you walk your unique path 

The Benefits of a Spiritual Advisor 

A trusted spiritual advisor is one of the best-kept secrets for improving your life. 

Step into a new realm of mindfulness. 

When you have someone on call to show you how to be present in your body, how to stay with your breath, and to assist you in navigating life in a calm and self-assured way, it can change the way you make decisions, and that can change your life. 

Establish a new baseline for peace.

It can be difficult to let go of traumatic situations, and this can cause you to relive and reenact your past. A Spiritual Advisor will help you find the tools you need to change. Over time, you will notice that you self-correct faster and step into a new way of being and thinking. 

Trust yourself and your intuition.

Great spiritual advisors point you back to yourself and show you how to strengthen and utilize your power. You will have built a strong spiritual center, so you no longer question your own motives, desires, and needs. 

Make better choices faster and with confidence.

Sometimes you need someone to help you confirm your thoughts. You need to know you’re on the right track or if you need to course correct. Spiritual Advisors help you get to the core of who you are and what you want. They remind you of your core values, boundaries, and needs when you need help.

Want to start making decisions with more clarity and confidence? Set up a free 15-minute call.

your mission statement

You probably have seen mission statements on walls in company lobbies and inside promotional brochures. Mission statements define a business or organization’s identity and purpose, and can help a company create a vision for its future.

But they aren’t just for companies. You can have a mission statement too!

A personal mission statement could be what you needed to identify your goals and find the motivation to accomplish them.

What Is a Personal Mission Statement?
A personal mission statement defines who you are as a person (or as a team member where you work) and identifies your purpose, in the office or in life. It explains how you aim to pursue that purpose, and why it matters to you.

Mission Statements can include:

  1. Your skills and abilities (what you like to do)
  2. Your personality traits (how you operate)
  3. Your values, dreams and passions (why you want to excel)

It should be just two or three sentences long and express exactly what you’re all about.

Why a Personal Mission Statement Is Useful
Whether you’re a stay-at-home parent, manager, student, executive, or truck driver, crafting a personal mission statement will serve you well in life.

  1. It helps you focus on how to meet your long-term goals.
  2. It serves as a guidepost for where you want to go in life.
  3. It keeps you from wandering off track.

For example, if a decision you plan to make doesn’t fit within the confines of your personal mission statement, you shouldn’t follow through with it. Something may be a cool idea, but that doesn’t mean you need to bring it into your life.

People fail at what they hope to achieve because they lack clear goals and focus. In other words, they ignore their personal mission statement.

If you don’t already have a personal mission statement, there’s no time like the present to write one.

How to Write a Mission Statement
If they’re done well, they require a lot of effort to create.

Think about your life principles and goals. Why did you set these goals? How do your goals make you a better person? Every statement is different because no two people are the same.

Putting it to Use

Once you have a written mission statement, frame it and put a copy in your home or office so you see it often.

Not only should you live according to your personal mission statement, but it’s also important others know about it as well. You want people to know you’re going to live up to what you wrote, so spread the news! Accountability from those closest to you will help you stick to it.

Ready to start working on your own personal mission statement? Having your purpose written down will add value and productivity to your life, so get started today!

Want to better understand your personal strengths so you can craft a mission statement? Set up a 15-minute call to get started.


Whether you’re a beginner or have years of experience, every writer can benefit from having a qualified writing advisor.

Benefits of Working with a Writing Advisor

  1. Inspiration
    Writing is often a solitary endeavor. Input and support from a mentor can breathe life and energy — and practical guidance — into your work.
  2. Honest Feedback
    We all need someone to point out when we aren’t being authentic in our writing or when something is missing. Sometimes, just by asking a few questions, a mentor can help guide you in the best direction.
  3. Accountability
    A mentor helps you set clear goals and then checks to make sure you’re meeting them.
  4. Emotional Support
    Writers often face rejection — sometimes from within — on a regular basis. It’s important to have someone you trust telling you, “Yes, it’s hard. Keep going anyway.”

The opportunity to receive constructive feedback from a seasoned writer not only helps you improve your work — it also keeps you moving forward with confidence and clarity.

Set up a 15-minute call to discuss your writing goals.

Mindy Rubenstein worked a professional journalist and writer for more than two decades. She has published hundreds of articles and essays in print and online.

Through her own struggles, along with thousands of hours devoted to growth, she went from hurting, to healing to helping — with G-d’s help.

She is a certified Yeud Coach, has a master’s degree in communications, and more than 20 years of experience asking the right questions.