Are you living your life from a solid stance of
TRUST . . .
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NYC event on Feb 6
(still some room! join us!)
from Fear to FIERCE:
for Women Dating over 40
If you're curious and would like a one-time experience of coaching with me, contact me for a free 30-minute exploration session by phone or Skype or in person.
" I cannot even express how helpful that was. None of it sounds that complicated when I think about it but I feel like something kind of exploded in my brain, or wrenched loose."
"The first session with Jaya was more helpful than a year and a half of therapy."
"You have aptly named yourself the Trust Coach. Our session was really a pep talk. Like a coach you enlisted the positive, strength-building players on my mental team and identified the un-helpful team members and offered strategies for keeping the later 'benched' as much as possible. I found it particularly encouraging and freeing when you told me that probably my arrogant, asshole persona during my early professional years had been perhaps the most effective strategy for me to hang on to my dream. I can forgive myself. Finally, your advice regarding an upcoming conversation with a former associate was very helpful. Thanks, Jaya."
"I really loved the idea to remind myself how big I believe what I believe in (the universe? natural forces?) can be. I see that I have slowly trusted, grown, handed over parts of my life that have worked out, but that what I believe in wouldn't be big enough to handle money flowing in my direction. That felt like a bop on the forehead—like one of those old Buddhist riddles that makes your brain completely go wonderfully blank. I'm re-inspired in my commitment to mindfulness practices—having more time in my week with that blank mind. It's such a rejuvenating and fruitful place. It seems that this has translated to remembering to bring more 'letting go' back into my day to day."
"Reflecting on our conversation, I feel that so much of what I have been holding in my heart, trying to process and make sense of came to light. Thanks to your clarity and gentle rocking, I was able to shake loose and put a voice to some of the thoughts (chains) that have been swirling inside, provoking me, choking the life out of me, for a very long time.
"The current dissatisfaction and unrest that I find myself in no longer seem so permanent and disabling. I have been reminded that I create the life that I want to live. My voice matters."
— Rhode Island
... that all of life wants to support you to thrive?
... that whatever you set out to do, life will guide you, direct and redirect you, provide all manner of support for you to get to where you're going?
I believe that it's your birthright to live in alignment and at ease, fulfilled and joyful, offering your highest service to the most people. I believe in transformation, having experienced it myself and walked others through it. Find descriptions of my work with people under all about coaching, coaching vs. therapy, meet the Trust Coach, inquiry (The Work), and gifts of the Enneagram. Under inspired words, you can check out the ideas I work with, the topics that come up routinely with clients.
For Facebook types, I post most days with an aim to support your growth and healing, inspire you, remind you of what you already know, keep you in touch with the magic, propose that you think big, and cast my vote for you to keep being ever kinder to yourself. Here's one post sample:
When you need help, help comes. I believe this. Therefore, if there's no apparent help, I tell myself it must be time to work on giving myself all I need and trusting that anything else I need is on the way. I've applied this in my darkest hours and found that it has connected me to my own strength and developed it, and that it allows a deeper surrender to what is larger than me, a letting go of what is beyond my control. I honed my belief in a friendly Universe not by having everything always go well for me and getting all I want, but by walking myself again and again back to believing (or experimenting with believing) that no matter what's happening, all that I need is mine, whether I see it or not. This is trust.