“If not now, when?” ~ Eckhart Tolle
What if you could do what you were “meant to do”? What if you could break free of the constraints that tend to bind us to the present, that come from the past?
At the end of the beloved movie, Finding Nemo, the dentist asks, “Where did the fish go?” Leaving only a few puddles of water, they have done it, escaped from… “fish were not meant to be in a box kid, it does things to you.”
Out the window, falling to the sidewalk, crossing a busy street and then leaping in to the ocean, but still in their plastic bags, the fish finally shout, “We did it!” After a few seconds, Bloat, the puffer fish asks, “Now what?”
It’s a great question: “Now What?” We may ask this question many times in our lives. “If I only new what to do now, then everything would be fine.” Well, maybe everything is fine and you just have a question?
I realize that there are several ways to say “Now What?,” and I want to be clear that I am not referring to finding another issue with our home that needs to be fixed or a family member just remembering that they forgot something, again. The question now what?, may be a wondering of what are my choices, what is my purpose, what am I meant to do?
This question may have occurred to you when moving from one level of primary education to another, high school to college or graduating from college and entering a vocation. The question may have come up for you when you got married, had a baby, someone close to you passed away, when you lost a close relationship, when an accident happened, during a severe illness, or just in the moment of a sigh. It might have occurred when becoming aware you have an issue with food, alcohol, weight, or noticing your body doesn’t function like it once did.
Our ‘friend’ Resignation may provide us an alternative to really inquiring into Now What? It may be much easier to take “the path of least resistance” and just listen to what we should do or do “what people like us do;” but, that is not what you will get by working with me. It might be easier to avoid all of the resistance and just go with the flow, but I want to challenge us to continue to befriend both resignation and resistance.
Why Choose Me?
I can help you with your inquiry into Now What; in finding what you were meant to do. I am not saying that I know your answer, because knowing has its limitations and is transitory. I am saying working with me will have you discover what you want for yourself. Your interests will always come first. Your success matters to me. I enjoy working with people and you will enjoy working with me.