Posts Tagged ‘acceptance’

Emotions: How to Create Emotional Freedom

23, Mar 2015 | no comments

Emotions, just like people, come in many shapes sizes and colours yet we seem to discriminate against some emotions and not others. In our society there is a big emphasis on the ‘up’ emotions like happiness, joy, passion and a very discriminatory attitude towards the ‘down’ emotions like guilt, shame, sadness. What if we decided […]

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Posts Tagged ‘acceptance’

Emotions: How to Create Emotional Freedom

23, Mar 2015 | no comments

Meet Gurpreet!   Gurpreet sought out life coaching to help with her career direction and to drop some bad habits.  We recently caught up with Gurpreet to talk about her coaching experience and to find out what she is up to now! What did you come to coaching for? I came for life coaching because I was feeling unsatisfied with my life but […]

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Posts Tagged ‘acceptance’

Emotions: How to Create Emotional Freedom

23, Mar 2015 | no comments

“If you wage a war on the mind you’ll never stop fighting.”   Many of us struggle with busy minds.  Having a constant stream of thoughts floating through our heads can get very frustrating.  Often we try to block our thoughts to escape the chatter but this attempt to escape the minds noise can inadvertently […]

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Posts Tagged ‘acceptance’

Emotions: How to Create Emotional Freedom

23, Mar 2015 | no comments

Meet Nicole! I started working with Nicole in January 2014 – Brilliant and willing to try new things, Nicole was able to get out of her comfort zone so she could discover her direction and life purpose.      We recently caught up with Nicole to see what her experience with coaching was like and what she is up to now! […]

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Posts Tagged ‘acceptance’

Emotions: How to Create Emotional Freedom

23, Mar 2015 | no comments

Want to know the secret how to always being on the right path? The key word is: Trust. “Nothing is good or bad, only thinking makes it so”.  Shakespeare A lot of problems are created when we start analyzing things and put them in either the box of ‘good’ or ‘bad’. Rather than see things as good […]

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