What patterns do you need to break?
I explore this question on the Coach’s Notes today: What do you need to unlearn or what patterns do you need to break in order to manifest the future you really want? It’s from Patricia Adson’s book, Deep Coaching: Discovering Archetypes for Empowerment, Growth, and Balance. If you dig The Coach’s Notes, then how about a little love? Like, share, and
The Egg of Being
Today’s Coach’s Notes is going to be a bit of a mind-bender, which often happens when you talk about spiritual growth, Self-development, consciousness, and things of that nature. I’ve been getting the ship ready for another voyage into the murky waters of the unconscious mind in search of the “I” that is my True Self. I’ve sailed these seas in
Something primordial comes this way
Starting to do some inner work again. Part of the entails keeping a psychological journal where I record my thoughts, observation, reactions, experiences of self, dreams, imagery, fantasies, hangups among other things. The entries can be in words, or drawings/paintings. This evening, I opted for a digital painting using Procreate. The idea now is to record my reactions to any
The Wisdom Experience Podcast – New Trailer
My goal for this podcast is to help us navigate our way to a more enriched life as we journey towards wholeness. As I get geared up for season 3, I thought I’d make a new trailer for the podcast to give you a flavor of what it’s all about. I’m also looking for guests. If you’re a healer, wise
How does fear shape your limits?
Fear shapes our limits I’ve read somewhere that we are born with only two fears…the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. All other fears are learned. And what that means to me is, if you can learn a fear, you can unlearn a fear as well. I think the first step in that is to uncover your
Coach’s Notes Crossword: Personal Development￼
Just a thought about imperfection
Today is one of those days where my mood is as grey as the sky outside. Watching the rainfall, my mind drifts from thought to thought without rhyme or reason. I settle on the thought of imperfection and how much time we spend trying to correct our imperfection. Personally, I’m inclined to go with the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-Sabi which
The only thing people like more…
The one thing people love more than a hero is to see a hero fail! The Green Goblin I couldn’t pass on sharing this story because I see it play itself out in the workplace so often. You can do 99 things right and no one will say a word. But the one time you do something wrong, people will
Do you have a plan B?
I like the idea of having no plan B. I often tell the story of Gen. Grant and the siege of Vicksburg. Vicksburg was a strategic city on the Mississippi River during the Civil War. He who commanded Vicksburg commanded the Mississippi River and the supplies traveling up and down it. All of the Union generals before Grant had failed
Are you a certainty junkie?
How do you tell the difference between the voice of reason and the voice of excuse? So you know how when you have this big dream that you want to accomplish. In your heart, you want it so bad. You want it so bad you can taste it. But your head has other ideas. In your head, you start hearing
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