Getting Unstuck

I’m having a hard time making a choice right now. I’m stuck. I’m being asked to choose who I want to work with in my coaching program. I have the skills to work with women entrepreneurs, horse women, women with chronic pain, women who are seeking a holistic path to aging well, women who were born with a highly sensitive introverted personality and experience the effects of stress more acutely than others, people wanting to create a horse business, christian people who want alternative healing that doesn’t violate their beliefs … why do I have to choose just one! Here’s some of the strategies I’m using to get unstuck …

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Ask for help from others.

Stop trying so hard to figure it out.

Be patient, give the job to your subconscious mind, then do something relaxing and see what pop’s into your mind.

Write down your dreams.

Listen to brainwave music and then see what comes up later in the day. (Holosync, Binaural Beats, etc.)

Answer these coaching questions:

  • What are you feeling stuck about?
  • What is getting in your way?
  • How will you feel when you get unstuck?
  • What will you do next?
  • How will this affect your time/finances/relationships/health?

Broaden your focus and notice what successes you have had this past week/month.

Share your results and your own ‘secret sauce’ for getting unstuck with others! (And that means you too! Please comment below and share the strategies you use to get unstuck!)

Cancer

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Did you know we all have cancer cells within us?

They aren’t some foreign invader.

Cancer cells are our own cells somehow built badly. Gone rogue.

Have you heard of the term ‘apoptosis’?

Apoptosis is a natural process in the body. It is a program embedded in every cell. It’s where cells die when they are old or dysfunctional and are replaced with new healthy cells.

Apoptosis helps our skin regenerate, our muscles rebuild, our bodies heal.

But somehow cancer cells have deprogrammed apoptosis and they don’t die. Cancer cells reproduce their bad design, invading other areas.

Cancer is treated with surgery and drugs intended to remove the bad cells or kill them.

That is a body approach to treatment. But what about the mind side? Not at the exclusion to the body side, but both a mind and body approach.

Why do some people get cancer and others don’t?

What toxic things have those people experienced that have prevented the body from killing off the cancer cells or preventing them from spreading?

What would come up if people deeply explored what they aren’t allowing to die? Or what they are having trouble letting go of? A type of metaphorical apoptosis, looking for old dysfunctional rogue energetic patterns (i.e. thought patterns, belief patterns, emotional patterns) and replacing them with healing.

Would that make a difference in helping to heal those affected by cancer?

I don’t know, but it occurred to me that it might be worth exploring.

Cancer walls itself off and hides … it becomes invisible to the immune system … it bides it’s time, often for years, doing little things that go unnoticed until there are big symptoms. Cancer takes advantage of poor eating loving to feed on sugar, cancer takes advantage of environmental toxins which divert the immune system’s energy.

Like a healthy diet, what would happen if we brought in more positive energetic forces like mindfulness and breath exercises. And what if we explored toxic energies, broke down subconscious walls and exposed them to conscious thought, actually made a decision on whether old thoughts or emotions were serving us anymore and from an enlightened stand, chose whether or not to allow them to be engulfed in the natural process of a type of energetic apoptosis … allowing them to release, transmute (energetic death/change) and heal.

Could healing the mind side, help heal the body side? Having recently lost two people I was close to from cancer and knowing their backstory, I’m curious if there just wasn’t more that could have been done, more that I could have done to help. Have you heard of anyone having success with this approach? What are your thoughts?

I’m curious because I’d like to explore this with others who might be interested in this type of mind and body approach. I would love to help someone beat cancer!

 

Burnout

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Did you know burnout is official?

The World Health Organization has a clear definition of burnout syndrome in the ICD-11 diagnostic manual.

“Burn-out is a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. It is characterized by three dimensions:

  • feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion
  • increased mental distance from one’s job and/or feelings of negativism or cynicism related to one’s job
  • reduced professional efficacy

Burn-out refers specifically to phenomena in the occupational context and should not be applied to describe experiences in other areas of life.”

Have you heard of an ACE score before? It’s a test that places a score on childhood trauma you’ve experienced. People with higher ACE scores have a shorter lifespan, are more prone to illness, and are more easily affected by stress resulting in greater numbers of PTSD.

And I’d bet a higher ACE score relates to burnout as well. Why? Because the patterns and toxic emotions we experience in our childhood matters. It stays with us, until it’s worked on and released.

If you have serious emotional trauma or a mental health diagnosis then it’s appropriate to seek professional treatment. But what if you aren’t in that category? What if you are starting to feel burnout or you’re just not achieving the level professionally that you think you should be achieving? If that’s the case, you’re the perfect person for releasing old emotional patterns using the Emotional Freedom Technique, the Emotion Code or Chakra clearing.

You can find many do-it-yourself tapping sequences online by searching for burnout or anxiety along with tapping or EFT or emotional freedom technique. You can also learn how to do the Emotion Code on yourself simply by reading the book by the same name. But if you’d like someone to take you through these processes, I’d love to help, just reach out to me and let me know what’s going on and I’ll offer my best recommendations with different options you may find helpful.

Burnout is real. And if you find you have a high ACE score, don’t wait another second, your health is literally on the line, look for ways you can deactivate that subconscious ongoing stress response and re-pattern healing thoughts to replace old emotional scars.

And be prepared if you decide to do this work … Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt says that when toxic emotions are released, due to the electromagnetic field properties, that heavy metals and other physical toxins are released from the body at an equal rate. This may result in a day or two of requiring extra rest but with the end results of a full mind and body healing, addressing the root causes of burnout in a holistic way in just a few short sessions. And doesn’t that seem like a sound investment of your time and energy!

Life Purpose

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Today is Labor Day. For many it’s the last day of summer vacation. I’ve been out of school for over 30 years and I still think of it that way.

Labor is often equated with work and work is equated with drudgery. In church this morning the bible reading came from genesis where, after the fall, man did work by the sweat of his brow.

But that was not how it was supposed to be. Before the fall we were made in God’s image and allowed to participate in His creativity and given rule over the earth.

What was the fall? It was not trusting God, it was disobeying His command, and it was choosing to define good and evil for ourselves. As soon as we started doing that, distortions of goodness came into being. Evil acts came into being and sad consequences followed.

Work was not supposed to be considered drudgery. Our work is supposed to a blessing for ourselves and for society.

One coach online started a discussion about how many people are searching for their life purpose.  The big “why am I here” question. That coach suggested it might not be a “thing” but it may start with an “emotion.”

I know my life purpose. I’ve uncovered it through the inner work done in coaching. And if I see it in terms of a palate of emotion it would start with emotions of a chaos of contention and end up with alignment, ease of direction, peace, understanding.

My life purpose is to bridge the gap between christianity and energy work. It’s fraught with criticism, innuendos, and judgement from all sides. But I believe we can meet on the bridge of science. God created everything including the laws of physics and energy work is now being taken from the realm of superstition into replicable research and scientific theories of action.

My work is simple right now. I practice my faith daily with prayer, bible study and daily mass and I study apologetics and theology. I have a personal relationship with God and listen to the quiet whisper of His voice. I also practice energy healing with an open mind and I study physics and research that apply to energy techniques.

I ask questions like why are quartz crystals used in electronics and seen as whoo whoo if used on the human body, which also has electromagnetic wave properties? I have found that using a quartz crystal in a bodywork treatment actually helps the tissue release faster and that’s pretty interesting.

When people feel they are experiencing a problem from a past life, I don’t discount it even though I believe from my christian faith that we only live once and then are judged at death. They are applying the name “reincarnation” to their experience (and I believe their experience is true for them) but the reason for their experience can also be explained as being related to epigenetics, quantum physics, entanglement, and intuition.

I’m not actively pursuing my life purpose but it does seem to be underneath the work I do. Eventually it may take a bigger stage but that feels far off and even dangerous. It’s not easy for me to be around contention, my heart longs for peace. But it longs for peace based on understanding and not from compromised values.

What about you? Have you ever thought about your life purpose? What emotion drives you? What your soul is calling you to be? Can you see how your work might be aligned with your life purpose? And if not, is that something you would want to change? When? How?

Happy Labor Day!