Finding Our Own Way

It’s my way or the highway.  Ever had to deal with that?  Ever discovered that you were the one issuing this condition?  When we follow another’s path, we can acquire useful tools.  Yet, when it is our path, that’s when the learning gets set at the cellular level.
We all know the difference between knowledge that we have so deep that we can access it instantaneously versus knowledge that we must scour for or likely have forgotten.  Many of my clients start with a desperate need for direction.  It’s about claiming your path and getting on the road towards it!

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