The Life Reclamation Project
I’m curious about something, how easy are you making it for yourself, to move towards what you want in your life?
I’m not talking specifically about the new car or new relationship or a vacation, rather the feelings that are associated with whatever goals you have set for yourself. For example: love, joy, freedom, adventure, fun, happy, success, passion, security.
At a time when we are creating change by making resolutions or goals or intentions, is it possible that those goals, which may be new for you, are re-cycled or up-cycled based on reclaiming how you felt when you had them before or how having them make you feel?
Whether its clients, colleagues or friends what I’m hearing and know to be true for myself, that what we are focusing our attention on bringing into our lives is a reclamation project. Whatever material thing or experience we have on our vision board may hold the essence or feeling state of what we have lost or want to reconnect with.
That’s the foundation of my coaching.
The intangibles on the list of loss experiences we can have in life are equally important to resolve, in order for us to move forward and live fully.
- loss of purpose
- loss of faith
- loss of trust
- loss of safety
- loss of security
- loss of unrealized hopes & dreams
- loss of self
Whatever you value and want to bring more of, or better or different into your life can be impeded experiences that are unresolved.
It’s hard work. It’s life changing work. It’s worthwhile.
Life coaches focus on areas that they know the best and have been through themselves.
I’m no different.
This is the work that I love: Helping you move beyond your unique loss & move into Your life!
Reclaiming the energy of your life that has been put on hold; yet therein lies an inkling, a spark, a connection to.
To rejuvenate and reawaken your life to flourish overall.
The excavation of what lies within, turning the soil in order to cultivate the life that feels like you, looks like you and supports who you are becoming. ~Sherry Trentini