When I work with people about gaining freedom from their repetitive thoughts, emotions and beliefs one of the goals is to have clarity about the the pattern and what you want new in your life. When you having clariy about both of these the next best step feels obvious and doable.
An example of a challenge that people tend to run into when looking at the stuck-ness they feel about their patterns can have to do with confusion about what acceptance means.
From the Ka Ta See point of view acceptance is about noticing what is so now, without judgment, criticism of self or others. Acceptance creates possibilites and opens opportunities for you to give movement to how you want to interact with what is present in your life.
Here are some examples of things that are not acceptance.
Resignation is a belief that there is nothing that can be done about what is present now. We call it acceptance but its giving up – losing sight of possibilities -or giving in to the idea that what’s so is unchangeable.
Some times we name something acceptance when there is a hidden fear of failure in achieving the change we want.
Then there is the fear of leaving our comfort zone. Our patterns have been with us for a very long time. They may upset us and we hurt ourselves and others but they are very predictable and can feel comforting and familiar. Stretching beyond our comfort zone is stepping into a place that is not familiar – at least for a while.
I create safety and structure for people to discover these kinds of things for themselves.
I offer free consultations for those who would like an experience of our work together. These consultations can be done in person, by phone, or by using on-line possibilities like Skype or Face Time.
To pursue this work together, its importnat to have some informaotin about the Ka Ta See teachings. Follow this link to find out more about the Ka Ta See perspective on who and what we are.
To make an appointment call or email Barb Culbertson at firstname.lastname@example.org.