Client Diaries #8

“Stop being a damsel in distress looking for her Knight in shining armour. Be a queen waiting for her king.”

As I worked with a client on her relationship patterns, we decided to level up. We decided to break through this pattern of wanting to be taken care of, needing to be rescued. We decided to consciously choose a man who will complement her and not complete her. There are no voids to be filled… She is whole… Scars, cracks and all.

Faith – the one value, the one habit we all need.”

On some days the universe amuses me. Found myself telling two clients the same thing – “You need to lean on faith”. Faith is a value that we all must have. It could be faith in yourself, your family, your person… faith in life, the universe, a higher force or even God if that’s how you relate to this word. But it’s an absolute must.

Make “having faith”, “standing in faith” a habit. It can help you be patient, push through obstacles, find your way around difficult situations and pick yourself up when you are down.


“I need to stop looking for the escape route before I start something.”

While talking about inertia and procrastination towards a life-changing decision my client had taken we received an insight that seems to be the truth for many of us. We want to do many things in life. But when the opportunity comes knocking, we start looking for that exit door even before we’ve welcomed the opportunity. Our ability to commit to something depends on the availability of an escape route. How can we ever hope to succeed or achieve greatness with such a level of commitment? What are these options that we feel we will miss out on if we commit to meeting our own selves, our own dreams? If you take a leap of faith, and things don’t turn out how you imagined, it’s okay. The journey will be worth a lot and an exit door will open at the right time… One that’ll take you to a better, far more evolved space in your life.

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