offers powerful tools to assist us in a thorough exploration of
ourselves and our challenges, promoting the healing process in all its
aspects - physical, emotional and spiritual.
With the coach's
gentle support, we can come to understand the message behind the
challenges we face, healing the emotions involved. Even the toughest
challenge can be embraced when there is the knowledge that it has a
purpose, that it comes as a gift - an opportunity to learn more about
the emotions that underlie habitual reactive patterns. We can explore
new ways of responding, freed from previous limitations, and learn to
take responsibility for every thought, action and feeling. This allows
for more conscious living, with intellect and emotion aligned.
development begins with the individual and echoes outwards, as all we do
impacts on those around us. We often feel drawn to share our gifts with
the community, as we come to value our connection with the whole - and
to discover the deep joy of giving.
How the process unfolds:
We start by focussing on the processing of
challenges - though, as the journey of self-exploration is never-ending,
clients will touch on their challenges throughout the sessions. The
next step is the exploration of our unique potential: using a variety of
creative methods, clients examine their values, passions, relationships
and every other aspect of their lives. The process of self-discovery
penetrates deeply, and cannot be forced or hurried. As we gain more
knowledge, we can begin to take practical steps to align our daily
actions to our personal purpose and vision.
What to expect at a coaching session: Each
session lasts approximately an hour and a half. The role of the coach
is to question and prompt the client to explore different aspects of her
life. Simple exercises may be included in a session, including work
with music. Sarah has trained in Short Music Journey work, a method that
incorporates music with guided imagery. Between coaching sessions,
clients may have 'homework' to complete - creative artwork, journal
writing with specific focuses, reading literature, or exploring nature.