Spring Forth

TWith the changing of the seasons come changes in our life. Although the year is only four months old, many of you have had major strides in your life that let you know that you are on the right track, that’s great keep going. Others have noticed that some things will have to change if this year is going to be a success. It could be a relationship, a work situation, your home environment, or how you live your life. Acknowledgement is half the battle. When you are willing to go to the mirror and honestly look yourself in the face and admit all is not right, that’s powerful. When you recognize what’s wrong half the energy that has been holding it in place falls off. It’s almost like when the screws start coming out of the legs of a table, you know at some point it’s going to come crashing down and usually it takes something you want with it. The table is your life. The legs are your beliefs and your actions.

This is your chance to rid yourself of the legs that are not working in your life and replace them with a strong new foundation, a foundation for success.

In examining your life some things will stick out like a sore thumb like an unsatisfying career, a dead end relationship or being overweight. Other things you may have to look at on a deeper level, like why are my finances not in tact, or why won’t I do something to improve my chances of obtaining work, or my inability to make a decision in a timely fashion? All of these things and more can be changed to help bring about your best life now. The steps are simple, but the work is on you the individual to bring forth a steady leg for the table called your life.

Step One: Acknowledgement

Look at your life. Take a category a week if you’re afraid of overwhelming yourself, but don’t allow fear to interfere. List the things that are obvious that you know are wrong. An easy way to do it is to create categories. Start with home environment, then work, health, finances, personal development, education, family, friends, and love relationships. In each category have two columns. List the things that you’re proud of on one side and on the other side list what do you do that irritates you. This is crucial, the more honest you are with yourself the stronger your results. With each negative quality that you write down ask yourself “why do you do this?” Some answers are easy, others will require deeper thoughts to get you past the typical answer of “I don’t know.” You pay your bills on time, but you’re not doing anything towards saving or investing money for your future. In answering the question you open yourself up for direction.

For the good things that you have done, give yourself a smiley face, but ask yourself. “why is this important to me?” Why is it important that you serve as a Big Brother? When you acknowledge the positive things that you do and you consciously recognize why you do it, you empower yourself. On the other hand, it’s important to know why you do something, is it because people will respect you, or does it come from your heart? You may realize that your reasoning is faulty and you’ll either have to redefine why you do it, or stop doing it.

Step Two: Dissect – If you could change it what would you change it to?

If the things you do and the people in your life don’t bring you joy it’s easy to say stop seeing them, or stop doing it, but that’s not the case. All things and people do not need to be discarded, some only need a readjustment. Look at your list do you need to leave your marriage or do you need counseling to help you learn better ways to communicate? Do you need to quit your job, or do you need to use the tuition refund program to assist you in making you more competitive in your field or at your company? Maybe you do need a makeover, or maybe just a new hairdo? Do you really need to declare bankruptcy, or do you need credit counseling and a weekend job to help you get a better handle on your debt? Take the time to examine your life and how you can change or enhance it to create what you really want.

Step Three: Challenge: What are you willing to do to bring about change?

Action speaks louder than words. It’s great to acknowledge what’s wrong and even know one or five ways to make it better. However, what are you willing to do over the next thirty days towards bringing about the change you desire? Better yet, what are willing to do TODAY?

The first step doesn’t have to be big, but it does have to be a conscious effort towards your desired result. Order a class schedule towards getting that advanced degree. Call your local church, or go online and do a search and get three referrals for marriage counselors. Call a friend who goes to the gym and ask if you can go with them. Make a move. It’s important that you do something to move towards what you really want. Create a plan to obtain your desire. It’s important to give yourself deadlines so you stay on track. Don’t let thirty days go by without doing something.

Step Four: Follow Through

Keep going. Regardless of the results keep going. You may have to rework your plan, be open to that, don’t let it stop you. Don’t be hard on yourself. It’s important to honor yourself for each step of your journey. Forgive yourself. When you start looking at the things in your life that you are not pleased with it’s important to forgive yourself for the decisions and actions that you’ve done in the past. In forgiving yourself you free yourself up for the blessings that await you. As long as you hold on to regret you block your blessings. You can’t change your past, but you can create your future. Start today.

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We often hear that the leading cause of our problems is within ourselves. But so is the solution.

It may seem far-fetched, but the power to solve all of our physical and emotional issues, whether it’s health, relationships, career, finances, self-esteem, or something else, is in our hands.

Metaphysical counseling helps us uncover the root of our suffering and address it accordingly. Let’s find out how!

Great for: Transitions, getting to the next level, breaking free of limiting beliefs or blockages, empowering one to believe in themselves, having accountability through your goals

what is metaphysics

Metaphysics is the most abstract branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of existence. In Greek, the word metaphysics means “after the things of nature”.

Metaphysics examines the very nature of reality. It offers explanations for phenomena that cannot be explained by “natural” science or that are “beyond the physical”.

This science studies the individual as a whole, as a physical and spiritual being.

Certain types of chakra healing and other holistic, spiritual healing practices, personal development, and even business coaching are based on metaphysics. They typically include working on physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of one’s being to resolve issues that person is facing.

The fundamental law of metaphysics is that every action or decision causes a reaction or an effect. Everything that happens to us (positive or negative) results from past actions or decisions in this lifetime or before the present life.

Similarly, everything we do now will have an effect on our life in the future. This law is better known as karma (action).

It is also believed that we must resolve our life’s issues in this lifetime.

What is metaphysical counseling?

Metaphysical counseling is based on the principle that everyone is sent by the Soul (higher self) to grow at all levels of their being through their life experiences and the lessons they learn in life.

Sometimes referred to as spiritual or transpersonal counseling, it represents a whole person approach – body, mind, and spirit. This type of counseling helps us better understand our life experiences by explaining aspects that our senses cannot perceive.

To put it simply, metaphysical counseling is a form of therapy that empowers us to empower ourselves.

There are many ways metaphysical counseling can take place. This will depend on the practitioner you choose, the kind of spirituality they practice, and the specific issues you may be looking to address.

Some counselors will advise you on the use of crystals for healing, while others will stress the importance of prayer.

This is why it is essential to find a counselor whose beliefs align with yours. Otherwise, your counseling might not have the desired effect.

What can metaphysical counseling help us with?

Metaphysical counseling is a type of holistic-approach therapy based on spiritual principles. This psycho-spiritual approach helps people live a more authentic life by making conscious choices.

It is a self-empowering therapy that gives us the tools to identify and address the imbalances in our belief system that cause conflict and prevent us from achieving success and happiness. These beliefs are so subconscious that we aren’t always aware of them.

With the help of a therapist, people can discover the fundamental causes of their suffering and reach a solution through self-discovery.

It is all about learning to utilize our own self-healing power to reinstate harmony.

This can apply on multiple levels – physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual. Good metaphysical counseling will address all of those.

What does a metaphysical counselor do?

A metaphysical counselor is capable of healing not only the human mind but the body as well. They can help with various mental issues, including depression, anxiety, and loneliness, or any physical illness, by offering guidance and support to their clients.

A metaphysical counselor can help us navigate our way to health, success, strength, or anything else we desire. They also help clients understand their spiritual nature in this lifetime and beyond.

Each counselor will have their own approach; some will focus on the metaphysical properties of the things around you and how to use those to your benefit, while others will prefer working on your own inner world.

We are all exposed to various positive and negative influences that shape our daily actions, thoughts, and reality. Negative impacts lead to issues like anxiety, negativity, and close-mindedness.

Metaphysical counseling aims to free people from these negative influences and their effects.

Gaining a better understanding of ourselves and our connection to the physical and spiritual world surrounding us with the help of a metaphysical counselor gives us the ability to recognize these harmful influences and build a defense mechanism.

The root of these problems lies deeper than the physical, mental, or emotional sphere. To find a solution, we must target the source. And that lies at the deepest and wisest level of our being – the level of the Soul. Many life situations can only be addressed through the metaphysical laws, and the soul factor is always present. Metaphysical counselors teach us numerous powerful techniques and spiritual principles we can utilize to find the greater good in any challenging situation.

They give us the tools to find a solution to our life issues without a struggle, using less energy in the process.

What to expect from your first metaphysical counseling session

During the first session, the client answers a series of questions regarding their life and the issues that are troubling them.

The counselor listens attentively to understand not only the surface issue but also the stressful beliefs and patterns that are causing the problem.

Further steps depend on the specific type of counseling and the counselor you choose. But after a counseling session, the goal is for clients to experience a greater sense of inner peace and well-being.

Not a one-size-fits-all approach

Metaphysics is a versatile form of therapy, so it can be adjusted to the client’s changing needs as the sessions develop.

Therapists use a variety of counseling skills and techniques. They usually determine which method is the most suitable, depending on the client’s condition at that moment.

For example, you may focus on meditation to prepare yourself for success but turn to more conversation-based therapy to deal with anxiety.

As you and your counselor work together, you will find what works best for you personally. This is one of the significant benefits of metaphysical approaches – they are highly flexible.

Metaphysics can be applied to almost any condition and is incredibly helpful with issues regarding:

mental health
challenges in the workplace
relationship issues
dealing with stress and anxiety
understanding emotional reactions
unlocking habitual patterns