A chance to clear your energy, realign with your purpose, and connect to love.
Guided Visualization (10:22 – 28:05)
Tarot Reading (28:34 – 42:00)
We'll see what we can do about video quality next time! If you want to just download the audio, you can grab it right here.
This group meditation happened today, January 20, 2017, in order to bring light into the world at the exact time that so many were feeling fear, anger, frustration and any number of other difficult emotions.
It serves to completely realign you energetically, and to provide a powerful opportunity to heal.
Enter into love and light, to find (and share) peace and healing.
"I've been reminded quite a bit lately about the value of dropping into this space. We have so much going on in our physical worlds that we're trying to control...and maneuver...and survive at some points. But quite honestly it's this inner realm where we do our best maneuvering. It's good to go in here. It's a place of peace, but it's also a place of creation. So we go in here to create the world that we really want to be walking around in."
You all know what I'm talking about here. Those "stuck" things in your life: relationships, goals, feelings. We spend an awful lot of time thinking, stewing, pushing, and often avoiding. This is an ridiculously-clear signal that it's time to try something new - that the old ways of trying to move "that thing" just aren't working.
Thus, we do energy alchemy with them. We transform them from the inside. It's hard to explain - just give this recording a try. If you want to fast-forward, the meat of it starts at 4:30.
Let me know how it goes for you...
Coaching is a tool that can change your life - if you come to it when you're "ready." In this See for Free I discuss the differences between the two modalities of Coaching and Therapy, and when they are called for in a person's life.
I make the analogy of a swimmer: when we are just trying to stay afloat, it's not the time to talk about moving forward (Coaching), but rather the time to have someone throw us a buoy (Therapy) so we can catch our breath, and regain some strength. And then, when we have enough power to move forward, we start swimming (Coaching).
I am a huge fan of both modalities, and believe it's hugely important for both the client and the practitioner to recognize where they are at, and follow the most appropriate path. Coaches need to recognize when a client needs deeper-level work than we're trained to provide, and therapists will do well to set their clients "free" when they're ready to launch into powerful, new places.