How I Found Purpose Through Debilitating Sickness

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I talked to Peace with Pain Podcast about the sickness that changed my life, made me fall in love, and led to the best engagement story you've ever heard. For any of us in pain, we all deserve to find the power and purpose in . Listen + read for more on how.

A few weeks ago, I sat down with Peace with Pain Podcast to talk about sickness.

Like waking up and vomiting blood every day. Terrified I was going to die. Shitting my pants at work. Unable to get off the couch.

The kind of sickness that made me question everything. That made me fall in love with Garrett as he cared for me. That made me leave my job and take the leap into something unknown.

The kind of sickness that made me listen to my body. And fall in love with myself.

I’ve been doing this work for a long time, and I can definitively say that few of us choose self-work and spirituality for the fun of it.

Whether it’s physical agony, sexual trauma, or emotional anguish, we’re often propelled here to cope with pain.

I got vulnerable and deep here about my own journey. Mapping my sensitivities — or senses — to find purpose in the pain.

How I fell in love. What it was like to wake up to millions talking about my sex life. The craziest engagement story you’ve ever heard.

And how any of us in pain can lean into our sensitivities to discover more purpose.

Living with pain is shit. We all deserve healing.

Check out this interview above. And let me know what comes up for you.

Mike Iamele

Mike Iamele

I help people map their sensitivities and lived experiences to discover their purpose + brand. We call it Sacred Branding®.

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