Tonight someone dear to me posted this video on my Facebook wall with the comment, “I think this is IT?!”
It’s no coincidence that over the last few days I’ve been evaluating the depth of my own connection between my head, body, and heart as I prepare for engaging in the next phase of my academics while growing a grassroots charity and supporting people through coaching. All things I deeply enjoy and value though shake up my world with new energy.
Over the last couple years when I’ve been running workshops I often throw the term being “plugged in” around.
Plugged in referring to a mind, body, and heart alignment which brings a connection so powerful that what you want the most shows up in a fluid energy in your life.
Will Blunderfield talks about this clarity and action in his YYOGA blog. Dr. Wayne Dyer talks about this in all his books. The Dalai Lama talks about that deep rooted connection in his Buddhist teachings.
In 2008 I wrote this about what I believed to be the definition of the value of coaching:
Coaching creates an opportunity for people to reach their full potential based on where their desires and dreams are. Coaching uses techniques that allow people the opportunity to explore a part of who they are that gets them excited about life. Thus creating a fluid energy that gets results.
When I wrote this I had just begun to see the power coaching would have on my life but did not fully understand the power it would have on the people I would assist to engage even more fully in their own lives.
Eve shared her journey to IT, with all the ups and downs, through her creative discovery of being “plugged in”.
How are you plugging in?
PS… Jenn, this is IT!