Positive about Change September 2013 - Page 15

What's the answer?

Try thise practices:

1. Allow yourself to

fully experience your

feelings. Don’t be afraid of

hurting someone else. Unless you

purposefully try to hurt someone,

saying how you feel can actually

improve your relationships.

2. Ask your body what

it needs. The technological world

we live in promotes living “from the neck up.” When you are tired, testy, or feeling blue get out of your head and into your body. That’s where the wisdom is!

3. Love and accept yourself exactly as you are and exactly as you aren’t. There is nothing about you that needs “fixing”. Trying to “fix” yourself is a losing proposition and creates negative energy.

4. Forgive Yourself! Holding onto guilt will keep you stuck in a cycle of self-abuse and general dis-satisfaction. Most of the things that happen to us aren’t our fault anyway, so just let go!

Lane Cobb, CPCC, LMT is a life coach, body worker, and yoga instructor who teaches women to find their life purpose and live their full potential. To schedule a complimentary consultation or to become a subscriber visit www.StraightTalkCoaching.com or direct email to Lane@LaneCobb.com