Reconnecting to Your Perfect Self, Part 2
- Friday, 14 May 2010
While presenting a recruitment training to a group of professionals, the fact that I enjoy firing people came up in conversation. I was asked the obvious question: “Why?” My instant response: “I enjoy helping people realize their potential and become empowered about their lives.” Let me explain. When you fire or discipline someone, it presents that person an opportunity to grow through knowledge and self awareness. Although the process of firing is not pleasant, the results can be priceless. As a Reconnective Healer, I have observed that people are able to attain this level of wisdom and introspection without the brutal reality check of not having a job to go back to.
Professionally, I have witnessed amazing transformations where my clients come to a realization about themselves they may have been subconsciously or consciously avoiding. One example comes to mind: Robin* registered for three Reconnective Healing sessions as a way to heal her body. In our sessions, it soon became apparent that she had strained family relationships, was depressed in her job, and felt that her life was not coming together the way she hoped. She was angry and attributed blame to those around her for the stress and fatigue she was feeling in her life.
During the three sessions held months apart from each other, I noticed a transition in Robin. She started lightening up. She mentioned her sister from time to time in a positive light and her general well-being and aura seemed to shift. I did not remark my observations at this stage.
A few months later, Robin called again. This time, she requested The Reconnection. During this process, revelations about herself and her life kicked in. She started to take accountability and developed an understanding of the role she played in the dynamic that creates the rifts in her relationships and frustrations in her job. The original Reconnective sessions equipped her with tools to take control over her emotions, which was ultimately instrumental in healing the sour relationships.
Her sister later decided to participate in Reconnective Healing sessions and The Reconnection. This gave me a chance to talk with Robin again and I observed an overall brighter look and feel. She shared that the relationship with her family had taken an amazing positive turn and she moved into a new inspiring and enjoyable role within her company.
By healing herself through The Reconnection and Reconnective Healing, Robin gained a new lease on life even greater than the physical relief she received. She came to insightful realizations, took responsibility, and empowered herself in areas of her life that were previously a struggle. I was so proud to have been a part of her experience.
It does not have to take harsh reality checks or a need for physical healing to become a dynamic member of your own life. Here are suggestions to help you get there:
Take account of the relationships and areas of your life you want to change.
Recognize where you play a responsible part in creating those situations.
Love yourself for who you are.
Value your choices and live your life to the fullest.
Be grateful for the people, places, and situations that got you here.
Become inspired about your life. Everyone deserves to live an empowered, life. You are no exception.
*Name changed due to privacy rights