I recently decided to attend a conference called the 7 Principles of Making Marriage Work through the Gottman Institute. See, I've finally owned that part of me that has been focusing and studying the art of relationships for the past 10 years and have decided to feed and nurture that aspect of my coaching. With classes like Break-up Recovery and Heartsong: Magnetizing and Manifesting the Love of Your Life, you'd think that would be a no-brainer. Yet, I'm still making those little tweaks and adjustments out of that programming that kept me playing "small" in my life. Owning the education I've gained through life experience, and my spiritual perspective of digging deeper into the heart of things, has been challenging. I've always been one to put a lot of value in higher education, and just didn't give myself enough credit for the intense adventures I have had with experiential learning. But, I'm casting off that shroud and saying "NO MORE!"
If you are looking to connect with the love of your life and call that relationship into manifestation, I have tools that will help you: clarify what you truly long for on a soul level; shift old patterns, and make you aware of what to look for and how to deal with them if they resurface; anchor in the energy of that incoming relationship to help you stay in alignment with your manifestation; and maintain an optimal state of being in preparation for that divine love.
If you are experiencing, or are expecting to experience, an end to your relationship, I have tools that will help you: gain clarity on the relationship from a whole perspective; recognize and shift the subconscious patterns that were brought into the relationship; heal and deal with the pain of grief; and the opportunity to move forward in your life in a way that brings you fullness.
If you are experiencing challenges in your relationship and you are both fully committed to having a fulfilling relationship with each other, I have tools that will help you: understand what the other person is experiencing; feel heard, listened to, and acknowledged; experience your feelings as being valued; notice the patterns, both conscious and unconscious, that are affecting how each of you experience your relationship; cultivate intimacy on all levels; connect deeply; communicate like a relationship rockstar; and bring the sexy back.
I have coached people from the end, to the beginning, and into the heart of a relationship.
The biggest challenge is just admitting we could use a little support, and allowing ourselves to receive it. With roughly 50% of marriages failing, media and social media programming and influencing how we connect, and most people generally feeling not so great about themselves - where are we to turn for guidance in relationships? We are all here to support each other. How can I support you?