When we reach a roadblock in our lives, which happens to all of us from time to time we can feel disconnected, disgruntled or overwhelmed. This is the fertile ground for change and growth. I will work with you to engage your imagination so you can tap into your inner wisdom and look at the world around you from different angles. My coaching approach in working with my clients is curious and easy going. A lot of my own learning and experience has come from looking to nature first. It restores perspective and is a powerful starting point for meaningful change.
Nature has infinite number of lessons to teach us about healing, rejuvenation.
The koru or unfurling new fern is an especially positive and powerful symbol of new beginnings. These tightly wound spirals represent new possibilities and growth for a fully formed fern. The unfurling of new fronds symbolises our journey through life and the many possibilities for change, health and healing while remaining firmly rooted in who we are.
The spiral represents the universal pattern of growth, evolution and rebirth. It's an energetic symbol that appears repeatedly in nature. The koru, or unfurling new fern, is one example of this spiral pattern in nature that resonates strongly with me. "Its shape conveys the idea of perpetual movement, while the inner coil suggests returning to the point of origin". Like everything in nature the korus growth is not forced but happens sequentially (the Fibonacci sequence in nature) "The leaves of a plant are arranged in such a way that the maximum number can spiral around the stem before a new leaf grows directly above it. This ensures that each leaf receives the maximum amount of sunlight and catches as much rain as possible." The changes we make in our own time at our own pace are the ones that most often stick and yield the best results for us.
Pure awareness transcends thinking. It allows you to step outside the chattering negative self-talk and your reactive impulses and emotions. It allows you to look at the world once again with open eyes. And when you do so, a sense of wonder and quiet contentment begins to reappear in your life.