An Essential Skill to Create Love
In March of 2014 I was interviewed by the Toronto Star shortly after Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced they were having a “Conscious Uncoupling.”
Bloggers scoffed at what was clearly a feel-good attempt by the celeb couple to “rebrand” their separation…
But couldn’t we benefit from a kinder, gentler way to end a relationship? In an age when divorce ends so many marriages and breakups are as common as hookups, we have no accepted way of saying goodbye.
“There’s very little information out there about how to navigate the ending of a relationship,” says Janet Webber, a Nova Scotian who is the leading certified conscious-uncoupling coach in Canada…
Webber knows this all too well. The 56-year-old went through a breakup so bad years ago that she almost swore off relationships. Read the entire article here
When a client comes to me complaining of a lack of direction in their life, the first place I look is to find out what they are trying NOT to feel.
I believe the most reliable source of information we have, about our life and the direction of our lives towards our highest good, comes through our bodies – in the form of our feelings. For most of us, and I’m guessing 90% of the population, we have learned to NOT feel our feelings. (or at best to ignore or discount them)
The reason for this is when we were little there were a lot of things happening around us (and to us) that were too painful for us to handle. Our parents usually weren’t much help because they often didn’t know how to deal with their own feelings and sometimes they were actually the cause of our painful feelings. Even the most nurturing parents couldn’t be there for us 100% of the time. [Read more…]