This online workshop will explore how the relationship with self impacts upon every single area of our lives (and what we can do to improve it).
How we view ourselves, speak to ourselves and the beliefs we hold about ourselves influence how we feel, behave and interact in the world.
Every area of our lives is affected (mental state, health, relationships with others and our sense of purpose).
During this workshop, you will be supported by an experienced Life Coach and workshop facilitator.
You will be guided in mindfulness, meditation and journaling. You will also learn useful tools to question limiting beliefs, shift perspective, reframe negative thoughts, and remove blocks to confidence and peace of mind.
To work on oneself is the most important work there is. Once we understand ourselves and treat ourselves with kindness and compassion, our lives become infinitely better.
This 1.5 hour workshop will take place on Saturday 6th March 2021 at 11am.
It costs €15. You can pay via PayPal: PayPal.me/sharonvogiatzi or Revolut: @sharonov81 or ask me for my IBAN. You can also pay via Eventbrite.
One of the favourite strands of my work is Life Coaching sessions. I love how present it makes me as I sit with my clients.
Life Coaching is a 1:1 talk therapy, which focuses on what’s going on for the client in the present moment and how they wish to move forwards in their lives. It is a completely non-judgmental process.
The Life Coach facilitates the client to gain fresh perspectives by listening empathically, reflecting back to the client and using powerful questions. This aids the client to gain clarity, release blocks and suffering, and set goals.
The Life Coach sees the client’s potential and helps them to gain insights and start living a life of more contentment, peace, self-love, and confidence.
I work with clients via Skype and Zoom.
Please contact me if you would like to work with me.
If you’ve been financially affected by COVID-19, I can work with you at a reduced rate or on a donation basis.
The past month has been weighed down with money worries, career anxiety, fear for the future and feelings of insecurity. This in turn has had an effect on my self-esteem; how I see myself and how I feel when I’m with others.
The main outcome of a much-needed business coaching session this week was that I need to love myself. And yesterday, I had another revelation.
At the time, it struck me that I probably needed to take it easy but I just couldn’t stop. I was always on the go and I was exercising more than ever. I felt tired a lot but adrenaline was fuelling me and I thought I was doing great.
The other day, I was listening to a show on Hay House Radio. The topic was the importance of having your own personal cheerleaders – friends who will rally around during the tough times and cheer you on to succeed.
One of the women referred to a time she was speaking at an event. She asked the audience: “Who here has someone they can call when something goes wrong?” Everyone immediately raised their hands.
I’m currently rereading Anodea Judith’s excellent book Eastern Body, Western Mind. This morning, I completed an exercise on the Inner Family that I’m going to share with you.
Anodea Judith suggests making a list of the various parts of yourself. You might include the inner child, the clown, the achiever, the lover, the critic, and so on. In my case, I listed the lost child, the inner child, the lover, the romantic, the fearful one, and the warrior.
Last night, I read Marianne Power’s most recent post on the six basic human needs. Yes, it may seem like I’ve become obsessed with this woman and maybe I have. But not in a lesbian way. In an admiring, respecting, fellow-blogger-and-self-help-enthusiast way.
Anyway, I found Marianne’s post really interesting. Marianne is regurgitating self-improvement guru Tony Robbins’ work and I, in turn, am regurgitating Marianne’s work. But we’re all putting our own spin, experience and insights into it.