December 11th, 2012, by Shelley Riutta
“We need each other to Fly!”
“I can do it on my own”. Is that a phrase that runs through your mind? This very phrase can be keeping you very stuck in your life.
When we are attempting to make positive changes in our life–desiring to move into our full potential–we can get stuck in thinking that we can do this all on our own. And then we get frustrated because we can’t make these changes and start to beat ourselves up.
The reality is that to make changes in our life–the kinds of changes that will really make a difference–we need support—and lots of it. The reason for this is our Conditioned Self–our false beliefs, fears, old programming is very strong and oftentimes very invisible to us. That is why it is so easy to get stuck.
We need healthy support around us–people that are capable of pointing out to us—“Are you aware that you are doing this—that you are getting in your own way?” Someone flashing the light on what we cannot see because we are too close to it.
One of the reasons that I love what I do so much is that I get to do this for my clients every day. After years of working with clients I am able to see very quickly what is getting in their way, what is keeping them stuck–and I am able to share this with them so they can start to quickly move forward again.
The other key thing that support can do for us is see the Grand Possibilities of who we are and what is possible in our life. Our Conditioned Self has a very limited perception of who we really are and what is truly possible for us.
I am able to see clients clearly and see the larger possibility for their lives. I am able to offer them “believing eyes” to help them move into their own Self-Belief–and to see their true potential.
I recommend on-going support for clients in one form or another—either individual work, or in a group, or by attending a Workshop. The most successful clients I have are the ones that get the most support. They innately know they need it and they love themselves enough to make sure they are getting enough of it.
So love yourself enough to get the support you need to really move forward in your life–you absolutely deserve it!