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This Week I'm Learning to Embrace Joy



Last week I had the most incredible session with my mentor.


I've talked a bit lately about experiencing immense gratitude and pure joy. From my work, as an author (my love of writing runs deep), coach (the gratitude and respect I have for my clients is enormous), and speaker (sharing my story with an audience lights me up), and in my personal life, connecting with my amazing husband, dear friends, fellow business owners, and day to day delights, like watching the sunset or rise, a child's smile and so much more.


The work I did in my recent session was centred around this.


What I remembered was that in the past, joyful moments were been fleeting.

As a child, a moment when I looked into my mothers' eyes or had an opportunity to have some one-on-one time with her, were often interrupted by another sibling, a cake that needed taking out of the oven or the phone ringing. I craved individual time with her. And I never got enough of it.


Whilst I have certainly come to terms with this, and in no way would I ever say that my mother didn't have time for me, because she had all the time she could have, and she was one incredible woman. But, as a result of these moments being limited, and in the ultimate untimely death of my mother, I created a belief that any joy I do have, is quickly taken away.


Knowing this has enabled me to connect with my joy even more. Being aware of this underlying belief enables me to turn it around; to tell myself that I deserve every bit of joy, and that there will always be infinitely more of it in my future.


If you're wanting to uncover underlying beliefs you have, drop a comment or send me a message.


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With love,

Kathryn x

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