Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength. ~ Sigmund Freud
Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength. ~ Sigmund Freud
“You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean, in a drop.” ~ Rumi
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, ‘Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” ~ Marianne Williamson – Return to Love
Life is just waiting for YOU to show up..
Are you ready to Fall in Love with your Life again???
Our dreams and desires already exist in the state of potentiality—desires for prosperity, wholeness, loving
relationships, life purpose and fulfillment, compassionate service to others—they are either manifesting
in our life right under our somewhat narrow and limited vision or they exist in the darkened corner of our
soul’s inner life, waiting for us to turn on the light of awareness and bring them into view.
There is no good or bad, right or wrong. All that is beautiful and peaceful and joyous IS right here before
you, not waiting off somewhere in a distant time or place. Joy – Love – Fulfillment these are not things
one accomplishes by ‘good’ planning or ‘good’ work nor things that come as a reward for cleaning up
your ‘bad’ past. They are ways of Being and Choosing – Now, Right Here. The state of Being that we
hunger for is only covered over temporarily by a mind (ego) that wants to be in control. Meanwhile our
heart aches for freedom. Choose your heart’s message and melt away the resistances of mind. Choose to
uncover Joy, Freedom, Love, Forgiveness, Peace, Gratitude – these things that remind us of our Power,
our Source, our Inner Beauty, our True Essence, our Divine Nature.
Though our coaching conversations may cover many things: situations, expectations, plans and actions,
the coaching relationship exists at a level much deeper than these apparent topics. As our hearts lock
in on a synchronous vibration, you will find yourself remembering who you really are and why you are
here. Decisions and choices are not difficult then but appear obvious and natural. Action steps unfold
spontaneously and intuitively. Part of my job will be to hold you accountable for the planned actions –
and you will let me know HOW you like to be held accountable. Are you ready to begin again on the path
If you would like to discover how “Sharing a Touch of Faith” Coaching might assist you, I
invite you to schedule your Exploration Session.
Please contact me @ email@example.com or call 480 409 4332 and leave a message
Today We Affirm: I am a creative being, an extension of the One Life. There are no limits on what is possible for me today. I am not a victim of my thinking or moods. I can choose my own thoughts and vibration. Today, I choose to think expansive thoughts. The Law of Attraction brings to me the essence of whatever I am thinking and vibrating as I now relax into a day of joy, peace, prosperity & health. All that I touch turns to miracles and Light as my world fills with golden opportunities to thrive & grow. Love is flowing from me and is blessing my world. I am the only thinker in my mind & I choose high happy thoughts that lead me through a day of effortlessly increasing good. ~ Jacob Glass
1. “I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person.” ~ Audrey Hepburn … Laughing infuses every single cell in our body with Love.
2. Sometimes your only available transportation is a Leap of Faith. ~ Margaret Shepard
3. To love is to recognize yourself in another. ~ Eckhart Tolle
4. Love is not selective, just as the light of the sun is not selective. It does not make one person special. It is not exclusive. Exclusivity is not the love of God but the “love” of ego. However, the intensity with which true love is felt can vary. There may be one person who reflects your love back to you more clearly and more intensely than others, and if that person feels the same toward you, it can be said that you are in a love relationship with him or her. The bond that connects you with that person is the same bond that connects you with the person sitting next to you on a bus, or with a bird, a tree, a flower. Only the degree of intensity with which it is felt differs. ~ Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now
5. “I’ve heard people say that they cling to their painful thoughts because they’re afraid that without them they wouldn’t be activists for peace. “If I feel peaceful,” they say, “why would I bother taking action at all? My answer is “Because that’s what Love does.” To think that we need sadness or outrage to motivate us to do what’s right is insane. As if the clearer and happier you get, the less kind you become. As if when someone finds freedom, she just sits around all day wiith drool running down her chin. My experience is the opposite. Love is action.” ~ Byron Katie
6. When you say, I enjoy doing this or that, it is really a misperception. It makes it appear that the joy comes from what you do, but that is not the case. Joy does not come from what you do, it flows into what you do and thus into this world from deep within you. The misperception that joy comes from what you do is normal, and it is also dangerous, because it creates the belief that joy is something that can be derived from something else, such as an activity or thing. You then look to the world to bring you joy, happiness. But it cannot do that. This is why many people live in constant frustration. The world is not giving them what they think they need. ~ Eckhart Tolle
1. “Faith includes noticing the mess, the emptiness and discomfort, and letting it be there until some light returns.” ~ Anne Lamott
2. If we undo the ego, we’ll end up enjoying our life more, not less. That’s because there’s less unconscious guilt in our mind, and if we feel less guilty we enjoy everything more, and I do mean everything. So always remember, it’s not against any rules to have a good time.
3. Faith is not belief without proof, but trust without reservation. ~ Elton Trueblood
4. Dedicate yourself to the good you deserve and desire for yourself. Give yourself peace of mind. You deserve to be happy. You deserve delight. ~ Mark Victor Hansen
1. Your Essence: Your essence is unbroken, whole, dynamic and creative. It but awaits your trust. ~ Paul Ferrini
2. It is not so much a matter of seeking as it is a matter of allowing, recognizing and accepting what is, has always been, and will always be. It is not so much seeking as it is a matter of stepping back and getting out of the way. ~ Thanks Benny YOU ROCK
3. If we so much as think a negative unloving thought about another they can feel it, and at some level they know it. This blocks the light and delays the work of this Great Awakening. Don’t do that. As we see and think of another, we see and think of our self.
4. If our focus is on the world we see around us, or on concerns about the body/ego identity that we think we are, then sadness and despair is likely to be our experience. If our focus is on the light and peace within, and we allow that inner light to shine on the world that we see, then our experience is going to be joyful. Joy is always associated with that inner radiance.
1.“Teaching means to show a person that something is possible.” ~ Fritz Perls
2. I LOVE THE SIMPLICITY OF THIS WORK: “Most mornings, before or after I went out walking, I would sit by a window in the sunlight and wait for an uncomfortable feeling to appear. If it did, I would be thrilled, because I knew that it was always the result of some thought I needed to clean up. I was this. So I would write the thought down, and there was a lot of humor in the process. The thoughts that I wrote down were almost always about my mother. I knew that if I burned through one delusion, I would burn through them all, because I was dealing with concepts, not with people. They were thoughts like “My mother doesn’t love me”; “She loves my sister and brother more than me”; “She should invite me to family gatherings”; “If I tell the truth about what happened, she’ll deny it and no one will believe me.” That first year, it wasn’t enough that a thought was being met by inquiry, wordlessly, in my mind. The thought had to be written down. You can’t stop mental chaos, however motivated you are. But if you identify one piece of chaos and stabilize it, then the whole world begins to make sense. For about a year, I had to write down the beliefs that kept arising in my mind. I had to write them down and inquire, in order to hold reality firmly. They came very fast—hundreds, thousands of them. Each belief felt like a meteor crashing into a planet, trying to demolish it. Someone would say, or I would hear in my mind, “It’s a terrible day,” and my body would start to shake. It was as if I couldn’t bear the lie. It didn’t matter whether I or someone else spoke it, because I knew it was all me. The cleansing, the undoing, inside me was instantaneous, whereas when I offer inquiry to people, they’re doing it in apparent time and space—in the density that looks like time and space. But for me, the timelessness was obvious. So, when a belief hit me, I would sit and write it down and put it up against the four questions and then turn it around. That first year, I was writing all the time, crying all the time. But I never felt upset. I loved this woman who was dying through inquiry, this woman who had been so very confused. I kept falling in love with her. She was irresistible.” ~ Byron Katie
3. Bryon Katie on Generosity: “it’s the self in discussion and inquiry with itself. The “other” is only self-imaged. If I hear a question, it’s inside me, it’s coming from inside me, not from out there, not from “otherness.” There’s no distance, it’s connected through inquiry and immediate, and to answer one’s own question is what love will always do if one stops to listen, always in service to itself. Of course one’s “other” would be grateful. It is its own self. I would ask nothing of myself that was beyond me. It’s refreshment. It is the unlimited mind, the beloved, the pure that answers and the pure that receives. Always expanding itself, stretching, soaring, as its unlimited self, beauty and goodness, creation without limit. To not answer the question is to limit its journey. Questions appear and the answers are there to meet them, unpracticed, spontaneous, new, wise, to the student who is truly a student, and that is all that’s necessary for the mind to authentically respond to itself in a totally unlimited way, dependent only on the student’s desire to listen. If I’m sitting with someone who thinks they know what my answer is going to be, then they have limited themselves and my answers are that limited. If I’m talking to you and you already know, then even my voice will trail away, something stops in me in that recognition that the student is limited. And if I don’t stop it, the student is kind enough to stop it himself. But if the student comes with a mind that is truly open, the answer is unlimited, it’s a bottomless source.”