I just finished facilitating a group coaching session which ended  with perfect synergy. At the end of the call we all felt  a profound and powerfully uplifting shift in our energy. We shared the acknowledgement of this shift and agreed that if we could all surround ourselves by ever increasing interactions such as this, our lives and ultimately the lives of those whom we touch, will become significantly more effective and we will experince more joy.

Consider the ‘pay it forward’ effect of this paridigm. When we approach others and all that we touch with positive emotions and anticipation of ‘good’ through doing and being ‘good’ then that is what we manifiest for ourselves and others. Then others go out into the world naturally expressing the same intent, creating the same result. And so on and so on.

Thank you to my Thursday ladies for this exceptional coaching experience. This is the purest  result that I could ask for and is rewarding to me beyond words and into the realm of the spiritual.


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