Transition to Transparency

Making a transition in life can be difficult to accept and face head on.  There aren’t many people who enjoy the process of change or accepting a new reality in their existence.  With transition coaching your everyday life skills grow into a committed path to the life you dream. My simple strategies will clarify your expression and help you be open to the life you want to attract.

There are two different types of occurrences that cause you to make a life transition.  The first is a planned occurrence.  A wedding, higher education or a move is something you can plan for and prepare yourself, physically, mentally and emotionally to make a transition.  An unplanned occurrence catches you off guard, it is a time you weren’t expecting to make a change.  The actuality of the situation is, no matter what, an unplanned or planned occurrence causes you to make a transition from one perspective to another.  You’re dealt a whole new set of cards.

“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” Maria Robinson

I’m often helping individuals who are transitioning from loss or failures.  It’s difficult for people to recognize their shortcomings or comprehend something is gone.  However, I enjoy seeing the relief of people moving from one phase of their life to discovering their most authentic self.  They release themselves from their own inhibitions and can now do what they feel is right.  My goals with Transformational Video and Insight Coaching are to help people clarify their goals and personal vision.  Once you are clear, you can move to being open with yourself and prepared for any occurrence you may face on your life journey.  With my heart-centered tools and strategies I have helped countless people live inspiring and fulfilled lives. My clients are an inspiration to me, and a reminder that we are all capable of leading incredible lives.

3 thoughts on “Transition to Transparency

  1. In psychology, the planned transitions are called “maturational losses.” While they are planned events, they are still exhausting and emotionally draining.

    I’ve been in unplanned transition quite a few times in my life. Luckily, I’ve been equipped to deal with them, however, they have still taken their toll and required a lot of energy to get through. In spite of that, I’ve come to learn that those times are what we make of them and there can be unexpected results, joy and passion on the other side.

  2. Transition to Transparency are powerful words, inspiring vivid imagery.
    Such an exceptional metaphor describing not only the process of change, but your brilliant coaching and artistic gifts:

    Heart +Mind+Creative Expression = Compassion | Innovation | Inspired Art

    I went in search of a quote that reminds me of your work. I wanted to get it right. Ah, yes, here it is: “Sometimes our Light goes out but is blown again into flame by an encounter with another human being. Each of us owes the deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this inner Light.”
    – Albert Schweitzer

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