In the recent survey so many of you completed through subscribing to the Centering Tools newsletter, you talked a lot about your struggles with “staying on track” – how the “little (and not so little!) things throw you off. When that happens, we lose our “center”, which rapidly becomes losing our sense of self.
We are here to support our greater good without excluding anyone, anything, and especially ourselves. This vision and mission always produces “win-win” solutions that can only reveal themselves through staying present courageously and with compassion as the ongoing “observer-active participant” throughout a whole unfolding journey of becoming.
Over and over again in my work with clients, we uncover what is an overwhelmingly common core conflict. It always comes down to fundamentally not accepting yourself. From this awareness we then link and understand that this is delusional and bullying behavior that sets the stage for further violating, blaming, victimizing, rationalizing, and addictive responses. Can Self-Acceptance Be the Key to Becoming Whole?
Reflect on what feels like the most compassionate choice you can make to yourself – and do it. Carry out the choice that feels like it produces, long-term, the greatest sense of freedom for you.
Rochester, NY, April 3, 2012 - Centering for Wellness, a Brighton-based not-for-profit whose mission is to offer concrete tools to enhance quality of life and promote wellness transformation for individuals, health care providers and organizations, is presenting a unique pilot program to promote self-care and shared networking for the public, holistic practitioners, health care providers and employee wellness program coordinators.
Click the link to hear my one-hour teleconference on April 11, and be able to use the key tools for self-healing and empowerment I’ve developed this year to support your own best choices to live a better life and experience...