As we age, besides physical changes we also experience psycho-spiritual changes, and more often than not we are not necessarily the driver of these changes. Changes often only arise from a catalyst. The catalyst can be hormones (like puberty, pregnancy, or menopause) or people (your spouse or sibling) or a new doctrine that resounds with you (a diet plan). Suddenly when the catalyst is taking advantage that you are a primary reactant, you must make changes so you can better respond to the changing world around you. Regardless of significance, helming these changes alone is not easy; it is the best time to employ a Health Yoga Life coach. See http://healthyogalife.com/heath-yoga-life-personal-life-coaching/. They will help you appreciate that your priorities deserve to be respected and help you find pathways for selecting things that better your experience, allowing you to better the entirety.

 A Health Yoga Life Coach will always see you as whole, and this is the pivotal difference. For when you are whole, you will see that even through the most challenging life changing scenario, you have a golden thread. A thread so shiny, it blinds all others for it is meant to be seen only by you.  In a single life there will be many such scenarios – a chronic illness, an irritating colleague, a gratingly small apartment. But the illness prompted you improve your diet, so you are now healthier than those without it; your irritating colleague leads you to take walks at lunch improving clarity rewarded with tangible benefits…a raise; to escape the small walls of shared accommodation you go and find the coziest café, the best yoga class in Boston, the most intimate friends. This golden thread is not the beauty in the difficulty, it is the continuum of self-care. Unlike a lining pertinent to one scenario, a thread is continuous. In your stage of life, no matter how many times the curtain comes ups or falls down, that thread will guide you positively to the next scene. What is your golden thread and how can you top up the spool?  If this magical fiber eludes you, consider a coaching session, for no matter how much you are loved, ultimately no one will take care of you, like you. Plus it is much easier than struggling with that goose, especially if you’re vegetarian.

 

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