“The universal faucet just got turned off." – Julie Piatt, SriMati
We are so excited to welcome back Julie Piatt, aka SriMati, to DENtalks this week to talk all about getting through tough financial times. As you may remember from our previous episode, Julie is not only a spiritual guide and teacher, but also a multi talented author, chef, and musician. What you might not know about her is that she actually started out in marketing and interior design before pursuing her art! Now, in light of recent events leaving a lot of people unemployed, we brought Julie back to talk to us more and offer insight on her family’s nine year financial struggle as they transitioned into new careers with four children. They decided the way through it was through the heart, and started pursuing the things they loved – even when it didn’t make sense! Both in their 40s, her husband started training in sports and she started recording music with her children.
Julie talks about how changing her mindset turned her financial collapse into a spiritual challenge, and how taking on that perspective opened the door for new opportunities. She reminds us that our one mission in life is to access the depths of our hearts to find out who we are and share it with the world. If you’re one of the many people struggling to find out what path you are on, this is an episode you won’t want to miss!
“I knew the way through was through the heart, that the heart would not desert. The heart would not betray us.” – Julie Piatt, SriMati