Confessions of a Coach Category
Posted on July 28, 2016
When I grew up I was taught to always follow my heart. This felt like perfect advice. And I followed my heart, or so I thought. As I believed I was obeying what my heart told me, what I really gave my power to was my emotions.
Posted on January 29, 2016
One day before the launch of my book The Master’s Compass last week in Berkelouw Books & Cafe Hornsby, someone told me: ‘Just being in your presence makes me wanting to be a better person‘. This sentence touched my heart and my soul, and I realised:
Posted on December 30, 2015
What has the old year given? In 2015, alongside happiness, friendship and true love, I experienced sickness and loss, despair and grief, tension, stress and fatigue. I would focus within my heart and listen to what it would tell me, rather than following the panicky feelings of the moment,
Posted on November 29, 2015
While in Europe the days are getting shorter and darker, here in Australia we receive more and more light from the sun until the solstice on the 21st of December. They are supposed to be happy days, the longer ones in the sun. They aren’t always that happy though. Personally I’ve been challenged in the […]
Posted on September 28, 2015
To skip the story and to go to the solution at once, you can scroll to the last alinea: Quick Coherence. Neglecting the heart During my recent vacation in The Netherlands and Spain I hardly had time to breathe.
Posted on June 10, 2015
The phone rang. I heard a young man’s voice. He asked: ‘Do you do readings?’
Posted on April 16, 2015
Although profoundly different, at times my style of Life Coaching is a little bit like Spiritual Counselling. It depends on the client. If it is in the client’s best interest, I allow the Life Coaching journey to unfold in this direction.
The retreat is well underway. In fact it will already end, be over and behind us, tomorrow. Today Kim Eng will be leading sessions one and two. Eckhart will do sessions three and four.