Reflection & Rejuvention

Anyone who knows me learns quickly that I am not one to dip my toes into something to test the water.  I go with my “gut”and more often than not wade right in.

I believe in what my intuition tells me, I always have.  Sure there have been times when I have chosen to ignore my inner messages, however the message gets through eventually and I’ve also learnt that when you make a decision, you can always always make another one to get back on track.
Rejuvenating my Blog has held me on the cusp, I’ve been toe dipping rather than wading or diving really.   Thanks to the support and encouragement of  Louise L. Hay & Cheryl Richardson, and all in attendance at their London workshop last fall, I allowed myself to take a breath and step away  from the water, per se.
In that time since the workshop, I’ve been slowly moving closer, not with tentative steps but with soundly grounded steps towards putting my service out to the world.  I’ve been reflecting on how I came to be here, at the water’s edge.  And I’ve been looking forward to what the water will feel like, how the water will flow and have been anticipating the full on dive in.
Reflection has been a big part of my life, especially in the last 2 1/2 years.  And I truly value the opportunity I have created to be able to breathe in deeply and see where things were at; to where they are at, with valued and grateful perspective.  Circumstances and experiences have that underlying gift to remind us to notice, “What is here for me to learn about myself and others that is not readily apparent.”
My life’s experiences has always been a great teacher, I am who I am because of all the gifts I have received to learn and grow from.
I am choosing this Blog to be a tool for which I will use to share my thoughts, experiences and collective education that I have garnered in my Life, with the intention for it to be of value not only to my own self but to you and others.
With Grateful Chi!
Sherry 

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Sherry Trentini

As a Life & Grief Coach, I love helping people let go the hard stuff to make room and create the good stuff. I have a healthy respect for the resistance to letting things go, while knowing the liberation that comes from doing just that. I am all about helping you navigate through and towards your future. Additionally, I'm a gratitude junkie, a decluttering advocate and loves to do burpees as exercise!

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