Many calamities came our way, from a pandemic to repercussions from global warming. All of these caused pain and discomfort which had people squirming in their circumstances. Some lost jobs and others were forced to reinvent themselves.
It is situations like these that pushed people into a corner, forcing them to make change. Choice was limited. Opportunities abound but they had to turn around. This rise in consciousness was the ultimate goal that opened doorways in minds. This method was the old way. No pain no gain as the old adage goes.
But what if we could raise consciousness voluntarily, pro-actively, so we circumvent pain and flow with events. Learning how to dodge negativity exactly in dodgem cars, that we played as kids. Each of us has that resource in us to live in flow rather than wait to crash into the rocks as the storm worsens.
I have seen this in the years of working with clients globally. Each came to me at a different stage of their life;
All three categories of people ended up knowing themselves at a more intimate level. In order to make change at the unconscious level, they had to go through the phases of;
In doing so, they delved into their;
From this came a sense of who they were and an alignment internally towards their Purpose. What screamed out at them? They could complete the sentence “I AM……..”
Results showed for themselves. I saw them fly in their respective fields. They possessed tools to self-manage. They made good decisions that augured well with what they wanted. This was the first step towards finding their identity.
They had averted the deep end of negativity that could have been coming their way. Like seeing the hurricane come and averting it. Such an easy stance to take in life versus waiting for the hurricane to hit, facing the aftermath of destruction.
Alas this was merely the first step. They were now driving on a new road, living a life they wanted, that was focused on the future.
Sylvia is a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Trainer. She started her business in Sydney and is now based in Singapore.