Revisiting my Vision Statement
When I was in my final year of University at UTS (2009), we were asked to prepare a Vision Statement - a document to describe what we would like to achieve in our new profession as Chinese Medicine practitioners.
I recently came across this document and it really warmed my heart. I love how 'bright eyed and bushy tailed' I was about my future as an acupuncturist. And, I particularly love the fact that after five years of professional practice, I can honestly say that I still embody all the same hopes and ideals. Not only that, but I have made manifest many things that I only dreamed about as a student. I thought I would include that vision statement here with you and make a promise that I will continue to strive towards making this vision a reality. It is my life's work. I hope you enjoy it :-)
Angie's Vision Statement - 2009
I hold a deep reverence for the healing arts and feel honoured to walk the path of many ancient and noble healing traditions. I am continually inspired by the seemingly infinite approaches from around the world dedicated to bringing about a state of balance and harmony, and the innate capacity of the body to heal. I wish to dedicate my life not only to helping people overcome various states of disharmony and alleviate suffering, but also to assist people on their journey to achieving radiant health and their full potential as human beings.
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