Meet Martha Grier
Life Purpose Alchemist
I was born a seeker. Trying to make sense of the chaos and violence in my childhood home I found myself asking, “What am I supposed to learn from this?” I was ten years old. I also had the early beginnings of being able to step out of ordinary time and employ the power of my imagination to plan and direct my dream life.
It took an illness in my early 30’s before I had any inkling as to my life purpose. It changed everything and is a journey that continues to unfold and deepen. Moving through life for so long without any sense of purpose was an emptying experience for me. It’s not that I didn’t have very deep, fun, and loving moments, there just was no overall sense that I was moving toward something larger than myself or making any kind of impact.
When I got sick in 1996, took my health into my own hands, and got cured of a chronic illness, I felt like my life purpose had finally found me. And when I spontaneously left my body for three hours in 2009, during a trip to Ecuador, I knew that my life purpose was being elevated to another level. It took me a while to “come out of the closet” about it. Working as a consultant in the investment banking industry for over 20 years, I felt like I needed to keep some parts of my life separate and hidden. Well, there’s no time for that now.
The world needs the heart, soul, and minds of women right now. A new age is being ushered in. More of us are realizing how connected to one another we all are. We are also looking to have more meaning, joy, love, and abundance in our lives.
There is nothing I love more than helping women over 40 transform their “less-than” stories, own their Truth, discover their life purpose, and practice radical self-care so they don’t get burned out by trying to be everything to everyone—as women are known to do.
If any of that resonates with you, I encourage you to reach out by email or phone so that we can have a chat, or stay connected via social media. I know what it's like to live up to expectations that aren’t your own. I also know what it’s like to feel excited about the second half of life; knowing that your best years are ahead of you because you're finally being whom you came here to be and doing what you came here to do. Let’s play!
With Every Good Blessing,