– Transformative Coaching & The 3 Principles
What does life coaching online look like? It could happen via email, as exampled below, or via Skype/Facetime etc. But if it’s transformative coaching, then it WILL involve a discussion of the 3 Principles behind life…
[Last updated: July, 2016 – post summary]
Life Coaching Online (Transformative Coaching): Introduction
What follows is a pretty much unedited email I sent a client, recently, following on from our initial transformative coaching conversation via Skype.
It highlights one aspect of life coaching online – considered emailed feedback – as well as the Inside-Out understanding behind the 3 Principles coaching I offer clients and the unlimited potential that comes from a client deepening that understanding…
I wonder whether you might recognise yourself in the words I share below, whether you might see the universality behind each of our individual struggles?
3 Principles Life Coaching Online: Email Example #1
Email to Client S:
Thank you so much for really showing up today in our coaching conversation. I really appreciate you sharing where you are – the frustrations of it, the frustrations with yourself.
[Life coaching online can be a vulnerable experience for both coach and client – especially in the beginning. A connection needs to be established, and trust, and all despite the technical barriers that can often appear. It can require a degree of vulnerability and openness from both parties. So…]
I loved the silence we shared, too, and hearing about your experience of being made of love. Fantastic.
[How I See Your Life Unfolding Via Your Deepening Understanding of The 3 Principles…]
So, this is how I see things going for you, if you’ll allow it to (as much as you can).
- You will start to think less about your problems
- You’ll think less about how long you’ve had your problems
- You’ll think less about how you shouldn’t have these problems in the first place (etc.)
You’ll just think less. And less. And less.
And, from that space of thinking less, solutions and insights will gently come into view for you for some or all of the issues/situations that lie ahead for you.
And maybe even that feeling of love will reveal itself to you again. Maybe you’ll feel some of that deep pain, too (belonging to you). Or maybe you’ll feel both…
And then you will find yourself thinking again, and find yourself thinking about your thinking and not enjoying yourself, and feeling lost and emotional and angry/disempowered and not knowing what to do (but wanting to know with a great ferocity!)
But you will get better at being lost like this, and
not taking it quite so seriously.
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[Spiritual Coaching: ‘Space’, And Where It Comes From!]
And the space you experience will deepen, you will feel your wisdom more and more and more and know what to do more and more and more, and start actually doing some of the things that make sense to you more and more…
That’s what I see for you, but only if you start allowing space into your life – space for your wisdom to whisper itself to you; space for you to start feeling the love that you are, that everything really is okay; space for you to not know the answer right now (the humility of that, etc.).
I can’t really tell you what to do to find that space. Perhaps be gentle when you find yourself thinking might be a start. Perhaps be less serious about it all. Perhaps reach out to others and see how you can help them, rather than just think about your things, I’m not sure.
But I do encourage you to listen to Syd Banks talking about the 3 Principles. Not because of what he says, but because of the feeling that he says it. I find his talks (CDs, DVDs etc.) satisfyingly simple – a great way to interrupt the thinking mind, and calm down a bit.
That’s what’s occurred to me to say to you after our great conversation this morning, S.
Hope it makes sense, and helps clear things a little rather than to make you think more.
Thanks again, S, thanks.