So, I thought in this newsletter I’d shed some interesting light on some side effects of thing I do so readily.
Some side effects of a coaching call with me
Side effects you say? Good side effects? Bad side effects? What even is a coaching call?
Well, I’d thought I’d share them now because honestly, it is NOT what you’d expect. I have to explain it every time!
So, first up, if you don’t know what a coaching call is, let me explain:
My work is, at its core, inner work. When you jump on a call (paid or free) with me it is actually a deep healing call based around the concept of emotional surrender.
No matter what situation you’re in, this is my personal method of coaching a person through it.
From situations around love, sex, intimacy, to deep PTSD, depression, grief. It is all the same.
The solution is not to run from it but to feel.
I as the coach, lead you through an interesting journey of healing where you get to (in a safe space) heal the blockages of the past.
It is these blockages that colour our experiences in the present. A person might suddenly during a call have a realisation of what they need to do. The key here is that I found through all my work helping and supporting people is that if a person figures something out for themselves it will always be much more powerful than me telling them.
So during a call, we relive emotions. Emotions that might block you from being the best you that you can be in life and various situations.
After a call, however, things might be different.
In the future, I might write up a newsletter about what happens during, but afterwards, things can really be spicy.
Most of the time, long-standing problems resolve themselves.
I don’t give a shit about what it is, it just keeps happening.
For example, in relationships:
A person will start becoming more confident.
They might meet somebody new or solve a long-standing problem.
It all seems to be rather automatic. This is because you, at a very deep core level of a person, are functioning more true to who you are.
On the other hand, much more complicated issues tend to lead a person to resolve a huge part of it. They start to make new movements towards it, no matter HOW SMALL.
It is really cool, in fact, my job as a coach is often pointing this out.
Often an untrained eye, they just might miss it. On your end, 90% of the time it will feel like there never was a problem at all.
My favourite story was a person I coached with social anxiety. A week after the call it was like she never had social anxiety in her life. Sure it might come and go, but how she handles it suddenly was different.
AND THAT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE!