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"Love one another." Jesus
"If you do not change direction, you may end up going where you are headed." Lao Tzu
"Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions." Dali Lama
I contemplated the mountain of repercussions in such a statement.A rush of everything I had been learning began to coalesce together.
Wow...I really do have a choice.
But isn't that what James was alluding to in James 1:2? "Consider it pure joy my brothers and sisters when you face trials of many kinds for you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance, and perseverance must finish its work to make you whole and complete, not lacking anything."
The practice of seeing life through a different lens, seeing trials as joy, seeing suffering as a choice was the truth hitting me hard in the face and it was about to set me free.
Life is difficult.
Life has pain but I do not have to suffer.
Trials produce perseverance, which then makes me whole and complete, not lacking anything.
I needed guidance to continue this quest for wisdom and to heal and Coaching was the tool to wake me up and empower me to step into the fullness of who I am, thus unleashing the life, love and purpose intended for me . Now, I have the honor of offering that same gift to you.
I am Kim O, a recovered OverGiver, a recovered Hopeless Romantic, a recovered Xanax Addict, a recovered Self-Doubter, a recovered disempowered Dater and Relationshipper, a recovered Religious Dogamatist….to one powerful, embracing her purpose, Authentic Self, Soul, Partner, Teacher Coach and founder of HWU.
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The first sentence in the book The Road Less Traveled blew my mind. It was a moment. One of those moments one doesn't ever forget because something in me shifted. A shift I had needed and craved for as long as I had known myself.
"Life is difficult."
I actually started to breathe a sigh of relief.
My pain was instantly acknowledged at that moment. I was not alone...there were other people that found life difficult. Amazed at the prospect that I might not be the only person feeling imprisoned by poor choices and self-defeating thoughts, just maybe I could release a little self-judgment. Maybe I could inch toward compassion for myself.
The statement alleviated, however slight, my guilt for having been raised to love Jesus but for being so miserable and desperate in life and love anyway. I was supposed to be THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD, and yet darkness was my shroud.
I remembered Jesus' words: "Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it." Matt 7:13-14
According to the Bible, I was supposedly on the narrow road with my salvation secure. But Divorce, Heartache, and Addiction sounded and felt like destruction to me, and I had been there for years.
Somehow, "Life is difficult" felt like the first step to opening the gate toward life.
As my journey continued, I stumbled upon this Buddhist teaching: "Life has pain, but you do not have to suffer."
Life has pain - an acknowledgment of what felt like was my entire existence.
But here was the kicker: I have a choice. Suffering is a choice.