Life happens. We all get busy earning a living or raising a family, and our dreams get set aside. Years go by and missed opportunities become regrets and failures – solidified in our minds as negative self-judgments. Those youthful hopes get buried and forgotten.
But change also happens and, under the right circumstances, hope is revived – bringing with it a chance to do something new, to be creative, to be that great person secretly tucked away. And as a Transformational coach, I awaken that inner person.
Negative memories based on bad experiences such as abuse, loss and the like, have a way of programming our minds with fear, resentment, sadness and anger—among other negative emotions. As a Transformational coach, I help my clients get to the root of these negative memories, forgive themselves and others and then achieve emotional freedom.
I partner with my clients to identify and let go of negative beliefs that are tied to deeper, more unconscious conditioning such as self-worth, deserving, or even self-punishment.
I provide a therapeutic process that focuses on “being” rather than “doing.” I help my clients ease through some intensive inner work, as they go inside to search for their true nature. And by getting to know themselves more deeply, they self-actualize, becoming their true, authentic selves.
My approach includes a combination of traditional talk therapy, alternative mind-spirit therapies that focus on inner work, such as Ho’oponopono, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), Law of Attraction works, Quantum Soul and DNA Clearing, Angel Therapy, plus other relaxation, and bodywork therapies, such as massage and reiki.
Results of Transformational Coaching
Transformational coaching changes all areas of a person’s life, often simultaneously.
Health. Transformation almost always has a beneficial effect on physical health. Becoming conscious of unhealthy habits and behaviors often starts with poor diet or lack of exercise because these behaviors have a direct effect on energy levels and the ability to focus.
Relationships. The relational world of workmates, friends and family frequently changes as clients move away from old insecurities, becoming more positive and appreciative of their surroundings and the people in their lives. As clients change, old, negative relationships fall away as new positive ones begin. Greater openness and love are natural states for individuals who are learning to value themselves more.
Finance. As clients realign themselves with a constructive plan for building a new future for themselves, the financial concerns of mere survival are positively shifted by the excitement and anticipation of doing what they love to do. In actuality, clients learn that their unhappiness is never about what they’re doing as much as it is about what they’re not doing to move toward their own greatness.
Spirit. Most clients experience an expansion of their spiritual world as a result of learning to hear it. Listening to those inner voices – the quiet voices that are joyful as well as the jangling, distracting ones – helps them distinguish and sort out the positive from the negative. Acknowledging their sources of inner knowing is a unifying process in transformation, bringing stability to clients’ exterior personalities, greater presence in their own lives, and more confidence in their ability to chart their own course.