transforming per- ceived obstacles into gateways, to foster change and help you achieve what you want.
But sometimes obstacles, things in the way that seem to keep you from achieving some of these goals.
You want to be happier, for instance, but you feel burdened with shame or guilt. You are always worrying about what others think of you. You are anxious, sad, or (say) there's this voice in your head that keeps telling you you're "not good enough."
Fostering change, achieving goals.
Accessing spiritual resources is already wonderful. But we will guide you to utilize them to transform obstacles into gateways. Among the many methodologies that spiritual life coaches may use, Core Transformation and Wholeness stand out as a powerful, effective, and gentle ways to reach these spiritual states and use them to change your feelings, thinking, and behaviors.
Beliefs or experience?
Some spiritual approaches rely heavily on beliefs. The intention is that when the client has enough understanding of spirituality, this will lead to a spiritual experience. This is the “belief first” approach.
Here's where spiritual coaching is very different from the guru-type approach.
you in finding and accessing your own spiritual states. From there, you may spontaneously have insights - or not. This is the “experience first” approach.
And you will learn to do this on your own, so that ultimately, you are not dependent upon the coach.
Here is a recording of a full-length Core Transformation session: Core Transformation with Catherine, Session 1.