Ask not achat sildenafil mylan ligne “what’s wrong with me”, instead ask “what’s right with me”
I recently had a great call with a coaching client, where we talked about an experience she was having that felt like “what’s wrong with me” that this is going on. By the end of the call, she had the insight that what she thought was wrong, may actually be “what’s right“ with her.
Whoa, that’s a major game-changer! [Enter the game of inner yoga.]
What would it feel like for you, to have someone support you in seeing that those things about yourself that make you feel guilty or that make you feel like you’re not living up to your own expectations, or that your body is your enemy…what would if feel like to realize that those very things are your own innate intelligence providing you some very important healing and life-transforming information?