As a transformational coach I teach people who are experiencing a personal crisis how to create an environment to build a relationship with loving who you are. Whether you are describing your symptoms as being stressed out, lost, alone, lonely and bereft of love or searching for a higher meaning and purpose to loving who you are.
Learning to love who you are inside your life experiences you have separated from is key to unlocking your potential for personal growth and development. Why? Because you have to learn inside your life experience you have whole self has fallen out of love with loving who you are. What causes conflict and confusion is, you may or may not know which aspect of who you are which has stopped receiving your love inside this experience.
This is why I am an advocate of taking a ‘holistic approach’ to building a relationship with who you are. Because you have to learn to become your own transformational coach to guide, support and teach you how to transform your self-love. How does this happen? By you learning inside you there is a masculine, mental, psychical self and feminine,emotional and spiritual self. Which in your life experiences over your lifetime have fallen out of love with accepting your love in the way you seek to be loved.
This relationship between your masculine and feminine self is your guide, support and teacher. Because if you are like me and pressed your self-destruct button this does not just happen. When I pressed my own self-destruct button back in the early 1990’s, this did not just happen. Why? Because as young girl I had used food to squash down my emotions which I had no way of knowing how to express. In my article 25.04.2020 Grappling with understanding what healing is? I explain healing is a process. For my process has been to learn healing is one big lesson in learning the meaning to love. As a child I was not conscious of the impact of holding onto my emotions would have on my wellbeing. For as I lost control of my self-love over the years through my life experiences. I lost control of my eating and laterally I lost control of alcohol.
I like to use the words ‘I used food and drink inappropriately’, because my advice to you is to be careful of how you use words to label yourself. For how you use words are how you live into your own life stories of the good, bad and ugly. Your interpretation of the good, bad and ugly of your life experiences is what causes you to press your self-destruct button. With the knock-on effect being your wake up to realise ‘I AM’ having a personal crisis. How do you know this? Because you wake up and realise you have lost yourself inside how you describe your life experiences. How do you know this? Because you cannot find love, you feel lost, alone, lonely and bereft of love. Searching in your life experiences to fill the void inside you. Which you learn can never be filled with your substances. Your self-love is depleted and lost inside yourself to you stop. Stopping destroying yourself for some is not an option because once you self-destruct button has been pressed there is no going back.
The question I have to you is do you know what you are destroying?
If you have your answer then you have a starting point for healing and building a relationship with who you are. If you are lost, alone, lonely and bereft of love learning how to stop yourself from self-destructing starts inside your life experiences you have disconnected from. For self-destruct happens because you do not have with you the tools and techniques to cope with your life experiences. How you learn new tools and techniques is what enables you to learn new ways to manifest your self-love. This is where your journey of recovery starts in what I teach is ‘The 7 ‘S’ of Recovery’, Stop, Solutions, Solve, Start, See, Share, Store.
My module of teaching is founded on my own life experiences and how I was guided and supported to learn how to build a foundation for my self-love to grow from. Not wanting to own why I had pressed my own self-destruct button. I had to learn over the next 4 years how to create an environment to build a relationship with who I am to grow, develop, manifest and transform inside my self-love. I had taken myself to the furthest point of self-destruct of what I call ‘do or die’. But I describe I saw a light which I called my ‘Flicker of Hope’. The hope I could get myself out of the mess I had created. This has been a process of being able to unlock my potential for personal growth and development.
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