“The way out is in.”
–Thich Nhat Hahn
Looking at our lives through the lens of our own mortality can positively impact how we live.
In working with the dying, one of the first questions I ask is “what do you most want to save your energy for?”
- How would you answer that question now in the wellness of your life?
- Are you actively creating the life you want or reacting to the life that happens to you?
- Are you investing in your own personal growth or are you caught in the cycle of putting other’s needs before your own?
- Is how you spend your time in alignment with your values and purpose?
Living out of alignment with purpose and values can manifest as stress, depression, and generally feeling stuck and unmotivated.
If you are ready to start living your life from the inside out instead of the other way around, let’s connect!
“You have to open yourself up and let the pain move through you,” Elisabeth said. “It’s not yours to hold.”
Grief is a process, and everyone’s individual experience of grief is unique.
The death of a loved one can have a profound effect on identity, and leave a person searching for new meaning and purpose in life. Deep transformation can happen when one allows themselves to be fully present through grief, uncovering and discovering all it has to offer.
If you are ready to grow through grief and beyond, let’s connect!