I choose to live life on my terms

FREE OF GUILT FREE OF SHAME FREE OF BLAME I CHOOSE TO LIVE LIFE ON MY TERMS   Megszabadulni a bűntudattól Megszabadulni a szégyentől Megszabadulni a hibáztatástól Azt választottam, hogy a saját szabályaim szerint élem az életem

Weekend Post

(A magyar fordítás lent található.) My inner critic was loud and noisy creating turbulence this week when I chose to disrespect my boundaries and ran myself to the ground. I experienced guilt, shame and harsh judgment towards self. I spent every minute with awareness and consciousness paying absolutely little or no attention to the messy … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

Stop operating from guilt. Society is beautifully capable of instilling that in each one of us. Stay rooted in the knowing of your BEING. Practice dignity today. Namaste, Prerna   Ne cselekedj lelkiismeretfurdalásból! A társadalom csodálatos módon képes beprogramozni mindannyiunkba. Maradj fókuszban, a létezésed tudatában. Gyakorolj ma méltóságot. Namaste, Prerna  

I CHOOSE

(A magyar fordítás lent található.) These 2  very simple words have been my mantra all week. We always give so much power to outside events, circumstances and situations. It renders us powerless. By saying these simple 2 words, I have felt ever so powerful and centered. Hope you exercise the power of choice this weekend. … Continue reading I CHOOSE

Becoming Friends with Discomfort

(A magyar fordítás lent található.) I conducted corporate trainings over the last weeks. The one common feature that I recognize in 'beings' is our desire to grasp on to joy, happiness, resist, push away what is unpleasant. Once we learn to become ok with the unpleasantness, embrace the discomfort from a space of openness and … Continue reading Becoming Friends with Discomfort

Further Learning

(A magyar forditás lent található) A coach’s life must include improving skill sets constantly in order to inspire and transform leaders. I am grateful indeed to be able to learn from another master in the coaching world, Marshall Goldsmith. Clients watch out for new techniques and practices. Gratitude all the way! Namaste, Prerna   A … Continue reading Further Learning