Apologies I have not been in touch for so long!
The recent birth of my second son has kept me very busy. Although not as busy as his Mother!
In addition to this event is the forthcoming Audio product “Free The
Mind,” which we have just finished recording.
I hope this product will deliver the details of what it takes to really change on the deepest level possible. When I first became what is termed as a personal development coach, I vowed to myself that I would always be completely honest and only share knowledge that has been tried and tested.
One of the more controversial challenges I made was the one based on the Becoming Mindset. I am sure you have heard of the saying “Who do you need to become to achieve your dreams?” There is nothing wrong with the becoming mindset when it is applied to learning and knowledge but it does imply time, in time I will become, in time I will be, but it fails to see who we are right now and instead refers to a future objective. A future idea of who we should be. When it comes to self discovery, I think it is more accurate to say “What do I need to lose in order to see myself as I really am?” Preconditioned thoughts, beliefs and habits obscure this ability to see ourselves as we really are. The dissolving of these often reveal what we are actually searching for and these can be peace, courage, love and a profound sense of meaning in ones life. This meaning reveals its own ambition that comes from within us and this ambition is usually a unique personal expression of who we are and is unattached to an outcome that our own self esteem is reliant upon.
So this dissolving process reveals a deep self trust and belief that grows stronger over time, and this aspect of time is all of time, because the dissolving process changes the future becoming mindset ; releases the presence of the past but applies it directly in the now, the only time we can actually change and see things as they really are.
The more we lose, the more we see.