You wear your truth suit
November 18, 2011
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Be kind to your body
After one of my clients told me she was upset that her son is an alcoholic, I told her to lead by example. She exclaimed, “I’m not an alcoholic”! I then asked her, how often she drinks. She said, “Every day”…
These simple things are easy to see in people when you are trained in what to look for. I see a large belly, I know the client is eating wheat with just about every meal. I see a droopy face, I know the client has a fried thyroid and has adrenal fatigue. I see a client in pain, I know a client who is burning the candle at both ends. Being a holistic lifestyle coach allows me to probe the real reason clients are trying to work themselves to death is usually from wanting other peoples approval. “I’d like to lose ten pounds”… I ask, “for who”? The blank stare I usually get is due to hitting a nerve with them. All I ask is to wear your truth suit proudly with every decision you make. It’s your body and your true temple. Respect it the way you would want to be respected by it.