I had just moved to the most beautiful, fun and enchanting city.
My fear and limiting beliefs around money, responsibility and my own talent had landed me in the city of my dreams in a full time writing program, working 2 high stress part time jobs, spending late nights creating art for the sake of my professors and living in a beautiful, yet over-budget apartment with 3 other type-A girls.
Every day, I moved throughout the streets of San Francisco stressed out, overwhelmed and pissed that I had manifested the location of my dreams, but the lifestyle of my worst nightmare.
I was conscious enough to know that if I created this reality for myself I could create another one.
I got knee deep in self-coaching myself into a new situation. I bought "You Can Heal Your Life" by Louise Hay and a red journal with the word "joy" on the cover and dug into manifesting a life more to my liking.
Fast forward 6 months, I traded in my grad program and 2 part time jobs for a very fulfilling, well-paying full time job, a new affordable crib with only one roommate (it's San Francisco, even millionaires have a roommate or a lover or both to split the bills) and lots of time and cash to write, party, sleep, hang out in the City and work on myself (all of my favorite things to do).
4 months into my new and improved life, my limiting beliefs started nipping at me. See, I had this limiting (and very costly...I've got the student loans to prove it) belief that world wouldn't take me seriously unless I had a graduate degree.
Law school seemed like the "perfect" solution to feed my not-good enough monster.
This time, I got a coach to help me sort through my crap even as I charged ahead with LSAT prep (the SATs for law school).
I thought working with a coach would help me get focused so I could transform myself into a tier 1 law school student, but in actuality, my sweet, diligent, wise coach helped me realize that what I really wanted was to be of service to others by assisting them in finding relief from their troubles.
Oh and to be my own boss.
Here's the real-deal truth. Even after working with a coach for 3 months and getting clear on what I wanted for my life, my ego wasn't ready to let go of the law school dream, because another limiting belief showed up:
If I quit now, especially after just quitting writing school, then I would be a nobody stuck in a desk job.
It took me getting emergency-room-sick after taking the LSAT and a score on the exam so low that I'd have to beg a third tier law program to let me in that I finally got the message. My intuition was already well-developed and I knew how to read the signs... NO LAW SCHOOL for me.
While my work with the coach couldn't save me from my ego (no human can save us from ourselves), it did lay a pillowy foundation for which I was able to easily bounce back from my law school debacle.
After my body healed, I wasn't left in a fog of my failed dreams, but instead, through the clearing, for the first time in my life, I saw a glimmer of the person I truly wanted to be.
I won't kid you, I didn't wake up and decide to be an intuitive coach.
No. I still had three years of road blocks to work through and some detours to take, but every step I took was leading me closer and closer to the person I am today.
Working with with a coach help me outline MY vision for my life. A vision not based on the world or my ego or my parents or the economy, but the truth of who my soul desired to be on this planet in this time and space.
I can help you discover your truth so that you have a foundation to build a new reality for yourself based on the desires of your soul.
All it takes is a bit of faith, a little cash and 8 weeks. Begin today.
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With immense love,