Unraveling old mindsets, trauma and learning how to ‘forward’ requires bravery and must be done on purpose. This is a process best done in good company over coffee.
What is a spiritual life coach? “Coaching” has become what I grew up understanding a pastor or mentor to be; someone you can talk to when things are hard, to put life in perspective, to ask a tough question, or help you walk into new territory. Sometimes we know what we need, but usually all we know is that we need something to change. You don’t have to do it alone.
Through a glass dimly – that is exactly how it feels to be on the planet trying to make sense of – well, pretty much anything. My blog walks through the last decade-ish, from bored ponderings to the deep dive of grief and exploration of faith, loss, and love. I don’t have many answers, but one thing I can promise is that I will tell the truth and say it out loud. Bring your cup of coffee… I’ll meet you there
No need to hurry. It takes time for us to relax enough (especially in front of a camera!) to allow a genuine laugh or expression to come out. That’s what I wait for – the real you to emerge – so I can freeze that moment and hand it back to you so you can see what everyone else sees all the time; just how beautiful you really are. Everyone needs at least one great photoshoot.
Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen. Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance.Brene Brown