Five years ago today, without even realising at the time, I began my journey towards Kinesiology. My journey arose out of a very painful experience.
If you ask any Kinesiologist how they came to Kinesiology, each story is unique & varied, but most often, it has been from a profound personal experience.
I feel that this is how we each facilitate our clients in our own individual way & why clients are attracted to seek Kinesiology from specific individuals.
We all go through painful experiences, whether it’s something physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, energetic or otherwise.Through my own experience & those of my clients, it feels like often we gain the greatest understanding, growth & expansion, through those times.
There are however, always positives in every situation, no matter how negative or harsh it may seem – although it certainly doesn’t feel like it at the time!!!!
There are opportunities to grow & approach things through greater awareness & an openness to receive help & make new choices.
I am abundantly grateful for every situation & challenge presented over the last 5 years (and before of course, but for these purposes, I’ll stick to this time period).
Each situation & challenge has demonstrated to me where & how I can grow, showing me how I can respond differently, more in alignment with my true self, to help myself through, rather than hindering me & getting in my own way.
I am also abundantly grateful to each person who has joined me for part of, or all of this healing journey over the last five years. I feel honoured to be in the company of people (both professionally & otherwise), who have offered wonderful insights, love, nurture & wonderful friendship.
Often these people don’t know how much a kind word or action, one simple thing has helped dissipate a situation profoundly!!!
And, I am grateful to myself for asking for help & opening myself up to allow myself to receive it!!!!
I saw something on Facebook that really hit me:
“I didn’t need you to fix me. I needed you to love me while I fix myself”
One of my aims, both professionally & personally, is to hold a space of love for people, whether I am actively helping them, or just being there, laughing with them or crying with them. All those polar opposites & everything in between.
To hold a space of love.