This season is the Step Into You Season – it’s allllll about helping you step into the person you want to be.
All of us – at one point or another – have periods of feeling a bit flat, disconnected from ourselves and burnt-out. My intention with this season is to help you move from a “low-res” version of yourself to the full-blown, glorious Technicolor version of you. Each week, I’ll be exploring a different life area to help you upgrade your life.
This week, I’m covering an area that I get a lot of questions about from my community – the different practitioners/guides/experts that I’ve tapped into over the years to help me step into the person I wish to be. I’ve learned that working with a particular modality has helped me get out of my own way, release heavy and limiting beliefs, and keep my energy high.
In this episode, I cover:
- A “whistlestop tour” of the different therapies and practitioners I’ve engaged with over the years
- Why I’ve worked consistently with a kinesiologist for almost a decade
- What a mentor is, and the primary reason people come to me for mentoring
- The difference between a mentor and a coach
- The energy work I’ve experienced over the years
- How I’ve tapped into psychics for support, healing and guidance
- My top tips on finding a practitioner to support you
- How to manage your own expectations of going into any kind of support – and how to define what success from it looks like for you
- Why I advise against persisting with a certain practitioner/modality in some situations
I hope this episode gives you a grounding on the different help you can engage as you strike out to create the life you dream of living.
Some resources/practitioners I mention in this episode:
Jacqui Prydie – jacquiprydie.com
Nicole Bayliss – nicolebayliss.com.au
Ronan Powell – powellbusinessleadership.com.au
Jimmy Doyle – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Crethar – rachelcrethar.com
Helen Jacobs – helenjacobs.co
My mentoring information is here: lorrainemurphy.com.au/work-with-me/mentoring
I’ll be closing my doors to new mentees from early March until post-Baby Land, so if you’d like to work with me I suggest you reach out as soon as can.