Between A Rock & A Hard Place
er: 2px solid black;” title=”photo” src=”http://coachmaven.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/photo-e1310439265911-225×300.jpg” alt=”" width=”225″ height=”300″ />Coaches, do you find that your clients (or you) seem to get stuck between a rock and a hard place? That they seem to find themselves in situations in which they seem to have attracted what they desire, but it is accompanied by something undesirable? Or, on the other hand, they could leave what they wanted and attracted behind and instead choose to revert to what is safe and familiar?
Client’s dilemmas are always fascinating because they are tailor-made situations that confuse our clients every time. They question why they have finally attracted more relationships, but don’t know why these are laced with confrontation; why they now have love but are stumped as to why that love is like a snake, surrounding them and making it hard to breath; or why they finally have the time and ability to create their dream job but can’t seem to motivate themselves to do so.
This is a fascinating experience– it is the human experience and it is what occurs when we are simply trying to break through our old energetic barriers and into new ones. Although clients can do a great job of making their lives look like their experience binds them, this is never true. We all have the ability to attract seemingly impossible experiences, but it always comes down to one truthful circumstance: a Choice point.
Every situation, no matter how simple or complicated it may be, is always only about who we choose to be. As such, guiding a client through the monsoon of emotional turmoil of such circumstances can always be calmed by a single focus: who (we know) our client wishes to be.
Focus on this and you will help your client find who they wish to be in their experience– and they will always find themselves in clear waters. Seeing life thought this vantage point alone will not only shift a client’s confidence, but it will also shift their circumstance, bringing their lives back into a harmonious flow.
Written by: Kalyn B Raphael
Kalyn is the Founder of the Maven Method™, Co-Founder of the Golden Flow™ System, is a Coach, a Channel & an Author. Her specialties include Conscious Parenting, or Soul-Keeping, & empowering clients to live the riches of life. Learn more about Kalyn in the About section & subscribe to her women’s newsletter at http://golden-flow-system.com/joynews (http://golden-flow-system NULL.com/joynews)