I remember vividly the first time I became conscious of the emptiness in my marriage. I had spent most of those 37 years in denial – that place we go to when reality is
I’ve recently had the privilege of being interviewed by Woman’s Hour, The Daily Mail and The Telegraph.
It is impossible, in the brief time, to cover more than the absolute minimum. But it left me wishing we’d had more time and print space to examine the things that, in my opinion, are really important: how did I get from feeling as if I were invisible in my marriage to today, where, now well into my sixties, I’m continually attracting loving and supportive relationships, and working as the Life Enhancing Coach which is deeply rewarding.
The very mention of ‘the unseen world’ is likely to conjure up images of the supernatural or metaphysical.
My observation – if I may call it that – of the unseen world lies much closer to home. In fact, it lies within us – unseen worlds such as ‘love’, ‘truth’, ‘integrity’, ‘kindness’, ‘thoughtfulness’, are all unseen until we choose to express them. The same, of course, applies to the other, dark, unseen world such as ‘hate’, ‘fear’, ‘anger’, and so on. As humans, we have the capacity to experience and manifest both kinds of unseen worlds, the light and the dark.
Expectations are like a double-edged sword – some are absolutely appropriate, even helpful, some are out of date and some are positively harmful.
As clients begin working with me and begin to learn to know themselves better they start to notice their expectations – the ones that work well for them and the ones that don’t.
They not only come to see how they expect to be treated and feel unable to do anything