Initially I visited Sheree for a consultation, wondering what “Life Coaching” was about. After the session, I decided to continue. To my surprise, it took Sheree and me four sessions after the initial consultation, where I began to understand my current (life’s) work; but more importantly, I felt completely at peace about my work ahead.
On my way home, I was so excited to engage in what I previously did so, but with much apprehension and trepidation. Prior to my sessions, I approached issues with a sense of challenge that I felt both positive about and yet a heaviness that weighed me down. Sheree helped me see and understand my internal conflicts; my judgments and emotions of myself around them, their cause(s), and simple guidelines on resolution. (Although I say “simple”, it is so because it’s all in my power; and for this, I can also make it the most difficult of choices.)
I’m amazed how Sheree is so “in tune” with whether what I say to her is true or somehow fabricated; in other words, keeping me honest about what truly hides behind what I say. And I thank you Sheree for your non-judgmental honesty; guiding me without unnecessary questions; allowing me during our session to fully experience my place of “harmony”; showing me that “harmony” is all within me.
Upon reaching our goal, Sheree smiled and said: “We are complete; you’re no longer in need of my coaching”. This was the first time a “coach, or therapist, or psychologist” acknowledged our accomplishment and completion of coaching. And now I see Sheree whenever “I feel the need for an injection” of wisdom; wisdom I always carry but may neglect to acknowledge so.