While what caused this life circumstance to happen may have been out of my control, my healing was totally in my hands. This ending was the beginning of my transformational journey. At the beginning of the healing process I found myself feeling alone, which is a bit hard because I did have people in my life that I felt loved me. I have a huge family and a good handful of friends, but speaking to friends was a way to vent, not always the source of healing, and not because friends don’t have great intentions. It was not an experience they could provide guidance on. So I sought the support of professionals from a sex and relationship therapist to family counselors, and, again, it felt that the advice received still couldn’t provide the empathy, nurturing support for me to create my healing path. It also felt rushed and only grazing the surface issues.
So I started to create my own path for healing by doing the work beginning with clarifying my power as a woman, a mom, and a business person. My exploration to this healing path began with attending many types of healing gatherings, personal development events, several group seminars, individual coaching for over 18 months, workshops, read different types of books and obtaining certifications. I became part of a spiritual community that also was a source for healing. I carved a road map of healing for myself that began with reconnecting with the core of my being.
From 2012 to now, I spent time discovering, transforming, evolving and taking actions. It was quite the process because there was pain associated with the thought of trusting someone else again, but I leaned into the discomfort. I learned by facing fears, and in each win of facing my fears, and redefining my healing and growth path, my strength and mental fortitude emboldened. I gained the courage to open up again to relationships and began to trust myself better than before feeling freer and compassionate in my journey in loving and trusting once again. Not only did my work and growth help me in relationships, but it got me out of my comfort zone to become an entrepreneur which was always a childhood dream of mine.
Facing my fears seemed to be an example to others to also face there’s. I’ve taken my experience, spiritual growth, and my belief that the circumstances we experience in life do not have to define us and transformed my healing journey to be more about facilitating the process of healing for others. I launched a small monthly meet-up called Healing Hearts in Miami to help people have a place to feel heard, and, if they choose to, explore ways of moving forward. As a coach I’ve supported some of the daring ones that are open to co-creating their possibility in healing, and moving forward with more love and trust in their lives. My form of coaching others has helped others gain clarity, discern there steps, and work from their highest energetic essence. I’ve had the opportunity of creating a program and facilitating a group coaching experience for employees in an organization to have unity, trust and connectedness with colleagues and clients.
The past was once riddled with pain, sorrow, anxiety and distrust, but the journey has been fruitful. It’s led to strength, support and transformation for myself and for others in there journey of healing and growing. Growing in such a way that I can be a great example to my boys as they see my ability to maintain positive communications with people that once hurt me without allowing the past to trigger me. Growth in seeing the spiritual purpose and opportunity. Strength in making strong agreements for myself and God that I vow to uphold. It’s led to this work in serving in programs such as Unity, Trust and Connectedness in organizations, and Love Camp 2.0, as well as 1:1 coaching of courageous individuals ready to go deep and take things to the next level for themselves. I’m grateful to the journey that’s led to this space of serving you.
Will we talk about the past and my ex-partner a lot? I’m not sure I want to go back there..
We will not look back more than needed in this space of healing. While the past has led to the current circumstance, ultimately the goal with Love Camp is to empower you to move forward confidently. The focus is YOU more than your ex-partner.
How many days is Love Camp 2.0?
It’s about 3 days in total, and this will be split up between weekends. This is done to give some space in digesting information and feelings you come up with. Also, it gives an opportunity to explore outside the seminar series and come back to get support from myself, the coach.
How quick will I be able to see results?
Results vary and are dependent on not only what is learned but the mindset outside of Love Camp 2.0, but what is put into action. Sometimes additional support is needed, so I have opportunities to support you through your transformational journey through resources and other programs.
What if I just want to try Love Camp out before committing? Is that an option?
Yes. This is an option. While Love Camp is a series of workshops, the first workshop is 2-hours and you can take what you gain in that one or you can continue and enroll fully in Love Camp. The investment for that first part is $75.
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