At certain times in our lives we realise that we no longer like ourselves, the person we have become or the life we have created.
It might be triggered by external circumstances- a relationship going sour, the loss of a job, a difficult family dynamic, a legal issue- there are many possible causes but the result is the same.
We start to doubt ourselves and begin ask to ourselves difficult questions- ‘How did I let it get so bad?’, ‘What did I do to deserve or create this?’, ‘Where did I go wrong?’
These questions all have one thing in common- self-blame. While the problem may be external we feel that maybe there is something about us that is responsible for the difficulty.
While we do have a part to play in the creation of the situations in which we find ourselves (and a starring role in our journey back into a life that feels more true), the tendency to take responsibility for it in the wrong way gets in the way of our being able to relate to the problem creatively.
We get stuck and if we act from this stuck place, our efforts and struggles only take us deeper into the swamp.
So how do you bring yourself back from this swamp into the clear water of your life flow?
This is the journey I help my clients make- from the feeling of being isolated and trapped in a world where you feel like a stranger to one where you can feel more connected to your life and those around you.
You create a world where you can more authentically be yourself. And experience the warmth and generosity that naturally arise when we are in touch with the source of the love within us.