Are you following your track or somebody else’s track?

 

 

I remember this time when I was going through one of my training as a coach and energy healer and was asked to practice some tools live while an instructor was supervising me. I was extremely quick in narrowing the client’s limiting belief and was very much on my track, knowing exactly where I wanted to go and following the energy of the person I was working with.

But then, the instructor started interrupting me. First it was to congratulate me for being so quick in identifying the limiting belief that was at the root of the pain that the person was experiencing, but she also thought I should ask another question.

07 February 2014

 

What are you avoiding feeling or doing by staying in your comfort zone?

 

I once had a conversation with a man I met on a train about staying in one’s comfort zone. The man started the conversation on this topic by saying that he was not the kind of person who enjoyed staying in his comfort zone. He understood staying in one’s comfort zone as meaning somebody who hasn’t really travelled or hasn’t lived outside of their birth city or country, or simply somebody who is not really active. He himself had travelled extensively (travel was also part of his work) and he was leading a really busy life. 

I had to point out at this time that keeping busy and constantly being in different environments did not mean that he wasn’t in his comfort zone.

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