DR. ASHELY M GHOSE
I’m so glad you’re here! It’s my mission — my purpose in life — to help women understand that they have the power to create meaningful lives.
As an empowerment mentor, I use simple, practical tools to help women improve their lives.
I’ve always been purpose-driven.
As a physical therapist, my purpose was to help my patients rebuild their lives.
One day, during the period when my son (left) was two and my daughter (right) was six, I became disconnected from that purpose.
A BREAKING POINT
When I walked into our kitchen one night, I was greeted by our daughter, who exclaimed, “Mommy, you’ve missed dinner and we’re getting ready for bed now.”
My heart sank as I stood in shock while clutching my work bag.
The next thing I knew, I was tearfully dragging myself and my heavy heart up the stairs to change out of my work clothes.
The questions running through my head included: “How miserable has my life become?” “How did I get here?”
I’d reached a breaking point.
A DIVINE VOICE
I was silently sobbing, my head resting on my hands, as I sat on the blue pillowy comfort of my bed, my tears staining my clothes.
I don’t know how long I’d been sitting there for, reviewing key points in my life, when something inside me suddenly shifted; I heard a divine voice say, “You weren’t put on this earth to be miserable!”
I wasn’t sure I could trust this voice — or thought. I repeated it: “You weren’t put on this earth to be miserable!” Then it hit me: I have the power to change my life. I was not put on this earth to be miserable.
I suddenly felt empowered and supported.
I realized that I have the power and ability to change my life for the better, that I wasn’t stuck, and that I didn’t have to stay miserable.
During that moment, I took the first steps towards changing my life by reconnecting to my purpose, forgiving myself, reminding myself that I’m human, and considering that the process was a journey.
Since that time, I’ve done other things as part of my efforts to better my life. For example, I’ve done research, I’ve taken classes, and I’ve hired coaches, mentors, and therapists, all while enjoying the support of my family.
A NEW JOURNEY
It wasn’t until a few years later that I left my job as a physical therapist to follow my new purpose in life: to become an empowerment mentor.
To be fully transparent, my life is not perfect and nor am I, yet I now have the tools, the knowledge, and the skills to manage what life throws at me.
ARE YOU READY TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE?
Let’s begin your journey today!