Many of us want the world to be a better pace. It’s in our true nature. We want to come closer to our ideal: a more loving, peaceful, generous and creative world. The key, as Mahatma Gandhi famously said, is in being the change you want to see in the world. This is an important life coaching tip and one that merits our attention.
Life coaches know that changing others is difficult, if not impossible, and it’s usually the wrong order of things. We know that change first starts within. Making this shift and being the change shapes our inner world. We feel better, more fully alive, and our outer world synchronously becomes a more harmonious place, too.
Sometimes being the change is more easily said than done. The solution, then, is to have practical strategies, which is our focus here.
It all starts within. As a life coach, you first embody the life coaching tips you share with clients. This is an important key for success. It’s holistic.
What would you think if your doctor prescribed daily doses of love and happiness? If you’re a life coach or care about the people in your life, what might it be worth to prescribe keys to more love and happiness to others?
This may sound strange at first, but it’s actually quite practical. You may discover that love and happiness are highly effective antidotes for conditions like worry, suffering, and stress, which are destructive to our health and well-being.
With a bit of focus, you may discover that some simple keys for experiencing more love and happiness can transform your life in unimaginably magical ways. Love and happiness may be the best prescription you could receive and share with the special people in your life.
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As Aristotle suggested:
“Happiness depends upon ourselves.”
Stress is approaching epidemic levels. With our increasingly rapid pace, it always seems like there is too much to do and too much information flying around to make any sense of it. According to recent stress statistics, more than 70% of the population suffers regularly from psychological and/or physical symptoms of stress.
Living with stress is so common, many consider it to be normal, but the body tells a different story.
In today’s turbulent world, it’s imperative to find a higher vision from which to act and pursue your daily life. This article will outline ways to create your own higher vision and create a new map of reality.
To Start Your Higher Vision
To start, find a peaceful place where you can reflect on a better world in which to live. This more wonderful world, based on ideals such as love, peace, prosperity and harmony can inspire you to be more and to act more from an inspired place.
You may never reach the ideal, but you’ll become more in the process of pursuing it. The idea is to move forward and elevate your life, enhancing your journey and the world you live in.
Words I chose for my current vision are “caring, creative and collaborative.” I would like the world to be a more caring, creative, collaborative place. Although there are many values I admire, those particular ones hold a lot of energy for me. You may have other qualities that most spark your passions.
Next for Your Higher Vision …
Without life purpose, you are purpose-less, adrift throughout life. To find your purpose, though, takes some experience and maturity to be live more consciously, more on purpose, more soulfully.
Once you become a “grown up,” you aren’t necessarily an adult, even if you are biologically full grown. That is, you are not a completely conscious, developed human, although you can continue to grow expand if you choose. Growth is no longer automatic.
The conventional wisdom used to be that growth was largely physical — what you see is what you get. Yes, the mind of a child develops to a teen and adult, corresponding with school grades — and then you ‘graduate’ into adulthood.
It was a breakthrough for science when in recent years it was discovered that new brain cells could grow in an adult. The old notion of limited growth was upended. Growth didn’t end after you started so-called adulthood.
But what’s more profound is you can spiritually transform yourself — and finding and living life purpose is (potentially) part of your most important development.
Here are four things to know about your all-important purpose.
Years ago, we came across a relatively unknown spiritual law of success that’s important for anyone who wants to be successful in life. It’s a key for avoiding a common pitfall we commonly see when people reach for their dreams and goals.
“to everything there is a season”
relates to this law.
This concept could change your life and, where applicable, enhance your abilities as a healer, coach, or counselor.
Learn the 3 keys for spiritual transformation in concise, short video by holistic coach and energy healing pioneer Phillip Mountrose.
Be sure to watch the Reset Process demonstrated in the second part of the video (at 4:37 into the video).
This elegant, quick energy process, created by the Mountroses, integrates the head and the heart. In this example shown on the video above, Phillip energetically “taps” in the 3 keys for spiritual transformation.
“There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
Learn more about spiritual transformation and accelerated spiritual awakening.
Are you seeking to access more of the Soul’s Inner Guidance and Wisdom?
If so, it may be the most profound discovery on your journey to wholeness. When you are ready, the soul blossoms like a precious flower. Accessing the soul’s inner guidance and wisdom may also be easier than you imagine.
Learning to access the soul’s inner guidance and wisdom was a pivotal moment on our spiritual journey and the same may be true for you. It was the culmination of a years long search and our desire here is to speed the journey for you.
We met years earlier, in the mid 1970’s, as members of a spiritually oriented organization called the Fellowship. We learned a lot as members, but ironically, our greatest lesson was not part of the teachings.