Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about how being comfortable isn’t that useful if we want to grow personally or professionally. And that in fact, it’s important to to be unsure, and confronted at times with different perspectives. It’s wonderful that the jury isn’t out, but undecided, and still in session. It shows there is … Continue reading Here’s what attitude you need to truly change.
Brené Brown was the first person I came across who distinguished between guilt and shame. This is the way I see it, the first key difference is that: Guilt can create connection. Shame can result in disconnection. Guilt comes up when we have acted hurtfully or poorly towards another person, or ourselves. Let’s say we … Continue reading
My answer can vary depending on what I’m in touch with from one day to another. This is today. I get joy out of seeing the glimmer of realisation in a client’s eyes when an outlier in their inner world suddenly finds themselves understood, and part of the whole, included and birthed into a new … Continue reading I often get asked by clients: “why do you do this work?”