"All the answers you seek are already inside you, sometimes you just need a guide to help you find them." Heather Ash Amara.
My clients come to me because they have a problem they are trying to solve or a question they are trying to answer.
It is NOT my job to give them the answer or tell them what to do. My job IS to help them explore the possibilities or examine their choices so they can decide what's best for them. Sometimes they need help clearing the clutter or considering alternative options or perspectives.
When you find yourself trying to solve something, try this:
Write down the question or the problem you are trying to solve.
Allow time and space for the answers to come (often times, my clarity comes after I've walked away and I'm taking a shower or washing the dishes or when I'm out on a walk.
Explore more than one possibility before you decide.
Pay attention to how you feel about the options that emerge. Do you feel intrigued? Excited? Scared? Hopeful? Do you feel resistance to the option?
What messages are your emotions sending about the possibilities you're considering?
Remember that fear doesn't automatically mean it's the wrong idea. Sometimes we feel fear about what's right, because we're being invited to try something new.
If you've been grappling with a difficult decision, reach out to see how I can provide some extra support with your process.