Posted in balance, Coaching, fundamentals of wellness, Life, Stress management, wellness, Wellness coaching, tagged balance, Being, Coaching, energy, goal setting, health, lifestyle, perspective, self-judgement, wellness, Wellness coaching, witnessing on February 12, 2010|
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As I break from my studies, I notice the intense focus it takes to prepare for certain events. Stress want to come up, in a usual automatic way, yet, I am practicing just noticing. Have you tried to do that? Just notice without the judgements, rules, shoulds.
I notice how I feel, that I have been thinking, and some worry amongst other things. There is no right or wrong.
This is called witnessing, and it can be a powerful tool. By witnessing, we are present NOW, not living in the future or the past. So, I practice as I go about my tasks…
What would you notice if you were to just witness your doings and thoughts?
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Posted in balance, Coaching, health, Life, lifestyle, Satisfaction, wellness, Wellness coaching, tagged balance, Being, coach, greatness, happiness, Life, life satisfaction, lifestyle, wellness on February 1, 2010|
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How often have you found yourself thinking depressing thoughts, belittling attempts at improving yourself, judging your actions, or letting the negative self-talk convince you that you aren’t worth anything, or why bother??
You aren’t alone, though saying that doesn’t make it any better. The reason people need ‘outside’ help, like a coach, is because they often don’t see the greatness in themself, and have not been trained to focus on this. But it possible, and those thoughts aren’t true. Really.
Is it conditioning, perfection, expectations that get in the way? And can we learn to move beyond, and really acknowledge the big, wonderful person that we are? Absolutely, it just takes practice, training, knowledge, and a belief in you! And sometimes someone to lean on until you stand firmly on your own…
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