Orienting to WHERE YOU ARE is a primary means of feeling safety and reconnecting to yourself.
- Are you in your body, grounded, connected to earth? Can you feel your sitz bones if sitting, your feet if standing, the whole of your body if lying down?
- Are your senses open? Can you smell, taste, hear, see, feel where you are?
- Can you reflect and take stock of where you are in your life? If restless or dissatisfied, there’s probably someplace you want to go.
Rediscovering WHO YOU ARE requires you to catch up with yourself.
- Look to the people around you. Your friends and family and coworkers reflect who you are, show you something about yourself.
- What’s deeper? What are your true gifts and unique qualities that you express?
- If you don’t know, it’s good to remember you belong anyway. Name your many ‘tribes’ or layers of identity, for example:
- human, woman
- writer, artist
- traveler, learner, reader, art lover
- teacher, healer, server, colleague
- dancer, yogini, mover
- wife/partner, auntie, sibling,
- nature being
- Mostly it’s hard if you have experienced loss, and are not quite the same person you knew yourself to be.
Knowing WHERE YOU ARE GOING can be confusing.
- You may be a spontaneous person, having so many ideas that it’s hard to follow through.
- You may be a slow flow person, getting stuck in preparing before taking action.
- You may be a dynamic person, losing sight of everything but achieving the goal.
- You may be a reflective person, demanding perfection.
Let me know how I can be of service to orient you and support you to reconnect with yourself and move forward.