Fall is my favorite time of year because it is nature’s pause. We start to see a beautiful transformation with the trees changing from a vibrant green to sunset orange. The carefree attitude of the summer months shift into a comfy, cozy frame of mind during late September and October. With all the physical changes that happen around us, what changes are happening within us?
A New Season…brings changes, a new season brings challenges, a new season exposes champions–Dr. Tricia Wilmoth, Ph.D.
Width = 1512px Height = 16pxMany of us are contemplating making major changes in our lives. How do you feel about change? Are you Exhilarated? Scared?
Do you often find that outside forces are compelling you to make a change? What is the difference when you choose to make a change? How does it feel when it’s a combination of both things?
There is often a great deal of emotion involved in change depending upon whether it is your choice or not.
Did you choose to make a move, change a job, or change a career direction? What motivated the change? Were you just sick and tired of the status quo or did you feel that something was calling to you?
During Life Coaching sessions I often talk to my clients about the difference of when you are pushed into something or pulled toward something. I feel that we all have a destiny to fulfill while on this planet. If you find yourself pulled towards something, it is often your destiny calling you, which makes the change seem more seamless because it is in tune with your true self. However, many opportunities are missed because people don’t pay attention to the “signs” or clues in their lives.
Synchronicity, like the changes in seasons, is a term Carl Jung used to describe meaningful coincidences in time. When I found Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and my ranch, it was too compelling to be written off as mere chance. It enabled me to broaden my scope of work and bring to the table more creative ways to reach and assist individuals through Equine Assisted Therapy and Life Coaching.
I wonder what signs you may be overlooking in your own life?
Contact Dr. Tricia Wilmoth, Ph.D. and let me know what you are seeing – I’d love to hear about your journey.