When we are working on changing ourselves so that we can truly be happy, we must begin by looking at ourselves and where we sit in our opinions and beliefs. Before we go anywhere else we must look at the truth of the beliefs and opinions we currently hold.
When we come to a place where we desire to begin in a new place, how do we go about using the proper tools that will change our lives? How do we learn the truth about how we became who we are and let go of what we used to use as our identity of self? I think these questions are the ones most asked of me. Not right away of course, because when someone comes to me they are at the end of their hopes.
I think that some of the hardest things about changing ones self is when we are challenged by our closest friends and family. It always seems hard when they think we are bluffing and we walk quietly through their bluff and then have circumstances that could change their lives begin to happen.
Whenever I have read other people’s books, blogs, etc. I have always wondered… “did they really go through this experience themselves?”
This is a question I have spent much time on. By the time most people come to this question in their lives all holy heck is breaking loose in it. So what do we do?
I would begin with first by asking you to try understanding and feeling truly who and why you are you.
I always suggest to my students and clients that first and foremost you must come to know SELF.
We can only start from ground zero. Which is the core of your being. Continue reading
When I give them the response that is in the truth, generally they do not like what they hear. Can you guess what I am about to say? “I am not working with anyone else. The options that we are speaking about are only for you.” That is right… that is what I say to them. Continue reading
As we all know, when someone new comes into our lives we feel new and alive. The world feels as though we could take it by the tail and win at anything we try our hand at. Why is that? What is it about having a new person in our lives that makes us feel that way? Continue reading
One the first things that I notice when I begin working with a new student or client is that even though they are asking for insight, they are not ready to really hear the words that will make a difference in their lives. Let me explain what I mean.
I have noticed with my students that they are really happy about becoming a new person when they first begin. Then there comes a time when they think they have to start giving up things. Then the emerging becomes one of the biggest struggles of their lives. How to overcome the fear and strife that comes with the misunderstanding of change in ones life. Continue reading