What ideas come to mind when I ask the question, “who are you?”
Do you doll out a list of strengths and weaknesses? Give your enneagram number or relate the summary from a personality test? Maybe you think of a professional job or a personal role.
All of those answers are on point in so many ways, however, it’s unlikely that you walk away from that question with a stronger sense of security. Most of those titles could change, be lost, ebb and flow or simply become irrelevant.
So...who are you really? What’s at your essence? And how could experiencing (or knowing) the answer be a more effective way to be guided and supported in your every day life?
’m so excited to share this technique with you. In this brief intro video I’ll explain how to find the most connected place within yourself to lead you through times of inner chaos. I usually do this in more stressful situations, like before a big event, before a meeting with a new person, before picking up my kids from school or any other time I notice I’m feeling out of sorts.
But when I can find the answer, it always makes a world of difference. I go from being agitated to connected, anxious to calm, blaming to observant, judging to curious and more.
You can expect it to be somewhat complex at times (we all have some fairly loud/strong inner voices that can often masquerade as our core).
I’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas. How do you want to use this tool? What do you find at your core? What difference does this make in your world?
More videos on this topic to come, I promise!
Have questions or want more support? Let’s connect. I would be honored to walk you through this process. Email me to start.