Celebrating who you are

Nothing is more important than listening to our hearts if we want to celebrate who we are. This is the foundation for a relationship with yourself that places you in the flow.

This four week program can open the way to saying “Yes” to who you are, and “Yes” to the gift of being in the world as you are come what may.

I will support you to support yourself in releasing:

  • Expectations you may have placed upon yourself to be something other than who your heart knows you to be (including perfectionist expectations and expectations of success as defined by others)
  • Bitterness and self-pity
  • The habit of disparaging body, mind and spirit

I will be your tour guide for a journey that will support you in replacing old patterns with new ones including:

  • Tapping into a willingness to see yourself in a new way and to adopt a new self-image
  • Replacing the habit of giving your power to Life by negative self-talk about life being unfair with a habit of seeing all things as opportunities
  • The habit of discerning truth and returning your gaze to truth and beauty whenever you catch yourself turning your gaze away

Homework assignments are always a key part of my coaching. You’ll have opporutnities to do exercises and visualizations. 

The homework will not be an abstract experience for you–these times are providing a real chance for us to work with finding happiness and joy unconditionally. Experientially. Establishing reference points. 

Let me know if you’d like a free Discovery session: elliott@elliottrobertsoncoach.com. Let me know your two best times (plus your timezone), at least three days away.

Mastery Coaching: Intensive private coaching

  • The diviseness in today’s world provides fertilizer for exponential spiritual growth. All of us are called (or challenged) to draw a circe of inclusiveness, a circle large enough to include everyone. Even those who are drawing a small circle to keep us out. Lightworkers and old souls are especially called to rise to this challenge.

This program provides you with a chance to spend five weeks focusing on fertilizing the interior garden.

We will be focusing on cultivting:

  • A sense of possibility
  • True identity (rather than mistaken identity)
  • Invincibility

Homework assignments are always a key part of my coaching. You’ll have opporutnities to do exercises and visualizations. Plus I’ll support you to support yourself in:

  • acknowledging the miracles in your life and the growth you have been experiencing;
  • appreciating people without conditions;
  • becoming more aware of the saboteur’s patterns
  • seeing a greater array of possibilities
  • seeing yourself as Spirit sees you; saying Yes to who you are
  • cultivating caring connections with one another;
  • dwelling in the positive (and glancing at the negative)–advice from Julian of Norwich.
  • And much more. 

The homework will not be an abstract experience for you–these times are providing a real chance for us to work with finding happiness and joy unconditionally. Experientially. Establishing reference points. 

We are being calld to soar above the choas to find the peace waiting for us, and we can do so. These times are the most exciting days and months of our lifetime. Let’s not miss this opportunity for growth.

 Let me know if you’d like a free Discovery session: elliott@elliottrobertsoncoach.com. Let me know your two best times (plus your timezone), at least three days away.

Improvising in the Kitchen: The easy path to emphasizing vegetables

 This program is designed to support you in making the transition from a meat-centered diet to a diet emphasizing vegetables. It is the ideal first step on the journey to becoming vegetarian if that’s what you’d like to do.

The six week journey is also about exploring playfulness. Playfuless is a powerful path to loosening the grip of the ego and setting yourself free from the prison of cursing life.

For some, the program changes their relationship to vegetables. The six week journey can land you in a place of confidence even if you start out feeling shakey in a vegetarian kitchen.

For some, the program provides a forum, a container, for practicing approaching life with an attitude of playfulness. If you can cultivate this disposition in one area of your life, it will naturally spill over into other areas. Playfulness starts showing up everywhere after the neurology is established in one place.

Improvizing provides a wonderful doorway into playfulness. It also provides a doorway into mastery, for it gives you a chance to tap into your intuition and to discover your intuition can come up with tasty combinations, especially after getting a little practice and refinement. Playfulness never judges and it is the opposite of perfectionist, so you can feel safe about letting creativity flow without worrying about the results being perfect every time.

Yes, you may find this program opens the way for you to put perfectionist tendencies in the backseat of the car for once and for all. The first rule of Improvising in the Kitchen is “No judgements and no reprecussions.” The focus is on wins, not shortcomings; it’s all about the direction (not destination), and you’re allowed to give yourself slack.

The program provides you with a road map for getting from where you are now in your meat-to-vegetables daily intake to a new ratio. The program supports you in establishing new routines to make the transition easy and natural.

At the end of the program you might decide you’re happy with two veggie meals a week and stay at that plateau. Or you might want to up it a notch. Some clients leapfrog to 3 or 4 meals on their own after being introduced to the gradual approach I provide.

For some, this program opens up a whole new vision of possibilities and inspires care for the body in other realms, beyond nutrition.

You’ll meet with me via tele-conferencing for five consecutive weeks (in addition to the initial session). In between each coaching session, you’ll integrate new eating habits into your weekly routine. You’ll receive at least two new recipes each week as part of the program.

If you choose to take this to a deeper level, you’ll have opportunities to notice your relationship to food and to self-nurturing. Still, the primary focus is to provide you with training wheels to help you get started on this transition to your eating habits, the transition away from meat and toward vegetables.

 

If you generally prepare non-vegetarian dinners seven nights a week, this program assists you to initially establish a habit of cooking vegetarian twice a week. If you are already preparing vegetarian meals once a week, you may want to start with the plateau of three meals a week. When the program ends, you’ll be offered continued support with a check in call a month later.

If you’d like to start your journey from a meat-based diet to a plant-based diet by taking small baby steps, one after another, instead of trying to switch overnight, this program is for you. The program is designed to make it easy for you to win. It allows you to transition away form old eating habits to new habits gradually.

 

Email me at elliott@elliottrobertsoncoach.com to request an exploratory phone call and from there begin the program if it’s right for you.


To find out more about the power of playfulness, you may want to review this blog from The Good Men Project website:

https://bit.ly/3mdnBwRPlayGoodMen

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