You know how some people struggle with overwhelm, caring for everyone else and are living on auto-pilot because they are either too tired, or too afraid to make changes?
Through my step-by-step Transformational Coaching, and on-line courses; I help people to find the clarity they need to follow their intuition to pursue meaningful lives.
Here's an exercise that I share with my clients that allows them to dig really deep and get some clarity. A recent client said that these questions: "blew her away."
I encourage you to set aside 30 minutes or more; grab your journal and answer these questions with as much honesty as you can muster.
1) What will I NO longer accept in my life? (no longer accept being bored, tired, frustrated, sad, broke, angry, etc)? Will you no longer accept how others treat you or how you treat and talk to yourself? Think of all the things you are fed up with in life and wrtie them down.... then state why you no longer want them to be tolerated in your life.
2) What should Life really be like for me? Describe what you want your ideal day to be like. Write about how you should feel, what you stand for, what you will create and give, how you will treat other people, what routines or practices you will commit to eveyday. Describe in detail how you want to feel, give and experience in life on a consistent basis.
3) What am I committed to making happen in order to create my ideal life? What are you willing to STOP doing, what are you willing to START and keep doing until you succeed? Write about the steps you will take to achieve this.
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Can't wait to hear from you! love, cathie
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Then I experienced the cosmic 2x4. That's my term for a course correction in life.
For me, it was a freaky fall, landing on my elbow, bruising a few ribs has set my plans on hold for now.
To be truthful, I've had some 'why me?' moments where I question the higher purpose. I've questioned what I could have done differently. Yet, the answer I get is "shit happens" and sometimes we don't know the higher purpose.