• ❣️‘Last night my sister called me up just to see how I was. She hasn’t done that in about seven years. I could hear you in my head and that helped me to let go of any cynicism that she might want something and to simply let love in. And that is exactly how it felt. For the first time in all those years, talking with her I felt love from and for my sister. It was actually quite beautiful.’ I’m so thrilled when I get to witness changes like this in my clients’ lives. By helping them transform their relationship with their own ideas, transforming their relationship with their own conditioned beliefs and thinking, essentially changing their relationships with themselves, all other relationships in their lives can also change, often in surprising ways.
Becoming aware of the role our conditioned thinking and ideas play in our relationships seems to open up so much possibility for change. I get to witness it in my clients personal and professional relationships.
One client recently had a conversation about her working arrangement with her employer and practically got offered the exact solution she was initially too scared to even discuss, without even asking for it. She became open to possibility going into that conversation and let love in.
And letting love in seems to be the secret sauce that spices up all aspects of life.
To let love in we have to be willing to tear down the walls we’ve built around us, all the ideas and concepts of what we believe to be true and possible.
In almost 15 years of coaching professionally, over and over I've seen relationships change and therefore lives change. Effortlessly.
Such a privilege to be helping people create easy, prosperous and loving personal & professional relationships.
Such a privilege to help people let love in 💞
#lovedrop #transformingrelationships #letlovein ————
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