Life Coaching

Are you Standing in your Authentic Power?

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How do you handle bullying?

Is it easier to just walk a way and tell everyone else what you wanted to say to them, or tell them in the moment then walk away?

A proven formula for confronting bullying without confrontation:

  1. State what you noticed them doing to you.
  2. Let them know how it makes you feel.
  3. Ask them why they are doing it.

In this way you are approaching the bully with concern instead of anger and you will be more likely to have a better outcome.

Anger is an expression of fear and will only create resistance.

Concern is a form of compassion and will help you be able to find resolution much faster.

Resistance or Resolution?

Victim or Victor?

If you are experiencing any type of bullying and want to learn more, I am here for you!

Coaching and conflict resolution are my passion! Contact me today!

Life Coaching

Life Coach Training Exercise ~ Event Response Outcome

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Enjoy this exercise from the “Life Coach and Soul Retrieval Specialist Certification.”

This exercise helps us understand why we keep experiencing the events we don’t want. It also shows us how to redirect our actions and responses to get the outcome we do want.

Preparation: Have your journal ready to take notes.

One Minute Meditation: Take a moment to relax, take a few deep breaths and center yourself.

Begin the Session: Begin by looking at the old response…

Think of an event in your life that keeps happening that makes you feel uncomfortable. Explain this event and describe what keeps happening that makes you feel uncomfortable. This could be something that you really want to change but feel like you have no idea how.

Event: Think of a person, place, situation or thing that makes you feel uncomfortable.

Response: Now ask yourself how you previously reacted or responded to the event. How could you have responded to the event differently?

Outcome: What was the outcome or result of the way you previously responded to the event?

Now let’s look at the new response…

New Response: How you will respond to the event now?

Remember, if you don’t like the outcome you previously got, then you have to change the way you respond to the event. If you change your response, you have to get a different outcome.

Desired Outcome: What do you expect the new outcome to be with your new response? What would you like the outcome to be? How could you respond to the event differently?

“If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep getting what you’ve always got.” -W. Clement Stone.

Focus the session: Take a moment to visualize the new outcome.

Action Plan: What one thing are you willing to commit to? When will you do it? Why will you do it?

Animal Messages

Hawks Message for October 2018

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Thought I’d pull a card that focused on October. And of course it would be the hawk. Choose your priorities! Focus and eliminate all distractions.

Once you decide on something to give your passionate attention to, the right action will become immediately apparent.

You have everything you need to get started.

As you recognize distractions, set strong personal boundaries to protect your energy and keep your focus. Most people allow distractions to stop them from living a life of passion. There are so many distractions all around us at all times, it is up to us how we will respond to them.

You have a unique gift and service you can offer the world… and the world is waiting for you to share it!

Take a moment now to write down all the things you’ve been wanting to do. Then narrow it down to your top three. As you look at your top three, you may see how they related. Now, of the three, choose one that you can begin to give your full attention to and stay focused on that with undivided attention and passion.

Please feel free to share your number one priority!

Plant Medicine

Prickly Pear Fruit Juice for Inflammation and Pain

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Did you know that prickly pear juice is so good for inflammation among other things like… type two diabetes, high cholesterol, colitis, prostate, and many other things.

Prickly pear is rich in antioxidants, carotenoid and linoleic acid (a fatty acid), calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.

Bring your jar in and I’ll make you some yummy prickly pear juice. September and October. 40 Soldiers Pass Rd #3 Sedona, AZ 86336

Offered by donation 🙂 ♡ Rebekah

Life Coaching

Life Coach Certification Online Training

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Are you looking for an online training to get your Life Coach certification? Then you will love our training! It’s completely online and you can work at your own pace to complete the course. There is no time restriction to complete it and you will have access to support during and after your training. All you have to do is read over the curriculum and practice as many lessons as you want until you feel comfortable. Then, when you feel ready, just submit your case study and recorded life coaching session for approval.

This training is for those who are interested in learning more about a more natural way of healing through empowerment.

  • This course is great for everyone! Leaders, teachers, parents, managers, counselors, therapists, you name it!
  • This course will add more value to your life. Guaranteed.
  • This course is designed to be simple, fun, and effective.

The Earth Medicine School of Healing Arts is an accredited school through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and our graduates will be eligible to become board certified holistic health practitioners through AADP.

Learn more about the course! LEARN MORE

Native American Stories

Story of how the Buffalo were Released on Earth

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In the first days a powerful being named Humpback owned all the buffalo. He kept them in a corral in the mountains north of San Juan, where he lived with his young son. Not one buffalo would Humpback release for the people on earth, nor would he share any meat with those who lived near him.

Coyote decided that something should be done to release the buffalo from Humpback’s corral. He called the people to a council. “Humpback will not give us any buffalo,” Coyote said. “Let us all go over to his corral and make a plan to release them.”

They camped in the mountains near Humpback’s place, and after dark they made a careful inspection of his buffalo enclosure. The stone walls were too high to climb, and the only entrance was through the back door of Humpback’s house.

After four days Coyote summoned the people to another council, and asked them to offer suggestions for releasing the buffalo. “There is no way,” said one man. “To release the buffalo we must go into Humpback’s house, and he is too powerful a being for us to do that.”

“I have a plan,” Coyote said. “For four days we have secretly watched Humpback and his young son go about their daily activities. Have you not observed that the boy does not own a pet of any kind?”

The people did not understand what this had to do with releasing the buffalo, but they knew that Coyote was a great schemer and they waited for him to explain. “I shall change myself into a killdeer,” Coyote said. “In the morning when Humpback’s son goes down to the spring to get water, he will find a killdeer with a broken wing. He will want this bird for a pet and will take it back into the house. Once I am in the house I can fly into the corral, and the cries of a killdeer will frighten the buffalo into a stampede. They will come charging out through Humpback’s house and be released upon the earth.”

The people thought this was a good plan, and the next Morning when Humpback’s son came down the path to the spring he found a killdeer with a crippled wing. As Coyote had foreseen, the boy picked up the bird and carried it into the house.

“Look here,” the boy cried. “This is a very good bird!”

“It is good for nothing!” Humpback shouted. “All the birds and animals and people are rascals and schemers.” Above his fierce nose Humpback wore a blue mask, and through its slits his eyes glittered. His basket headdress was shaped like a cloud and was painted black with a zig-zag streak of yellow to represent lightning. Buffalo horns protruded from the sides.

“It is a very good bird,” the boy repeated.

“Take it back where you found it!” roared Humpback, and his frightened son did as he was told.

As soon as the killdeer was released it returned to where the people were camped and changed back to Coyote. “I have failed,” he said, “but that makes no difference. I will try again in the morning. Perhaps a small animal will be better than a bird.”

The next morning when Humpback’s son went to the spring, he found a small dog there, lapping at the water. The boy picked up the dog at once and hurried back into the house. “Look here!” he cried. “What a nice pet I have.”

“How foolish you are, boy!” Humpback growled. “A dog is good for nothing. I’ll kill it with my club.”

The boy held tight to the dog, and started to run away crying.

“Oh, very well,” Humpback said. “But first let me test that animal to make certain it is a dog. All animals in the world are schemers.” He took a coal of fire from the hearth and brought it closer and closer to the dog’s eyes until it gave three rapid barks. “It is a real dog,” Humpback declared. “You may keep it in the buffalo corral, but not in the house.”

This of course was exactly what Coyote wanted. As soon as darkness fell and Humpback and his son went to sleep, Coyote opened the back door of the house. Then he ran among the buffalo, barking as loud as he could. The buffalo were badly frightened because they had never before heard a dog bark. When Coyote ran nipping at their heels, they stampeded toward Humpback’s house and entered the rear door. The pounding of their hooves awakened Humpback, and although he jumped out of bed and tried to stop them, the buffalo smashed down his front door and escaped.

After the last of the shaggy animals had galloped away, Humpback’s son could not find his small dog. “Where is my pet?” he cried. “Where is my little dog?”

“That was no dog,” Humpback said sadly. “That was Coyote the Trickster. He has turned loose all our buffalo.”

Thus it was that the buffalo were released to scatter over all the earth. -Author unknown

Events

Teachings of the Medicine Wheel in Sedona Arizona

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AUGUST 5 2018 

  • Learn about the four directions and how to use these teachings to create more balance in our lives
  • Learn the history of Medicine Wheels and other resources
  • Learn how to create your own personal medicine wheel
  • Participate in ceremony and learn how to offer it for others
  • Learn how to smudge, clear energy and hold space for others while they are healing
  • Learn about animal totems, power animals, and animal messages
  • Go on a shamanic journey to meet your power animal and receive spiritual guidance and direction.
  • Make your own leather medicine bag

SCHEDULE: Sunday, August 5th 2018:
8am: Sunrise medicine wheel ceremony, teachings of the wheel and Medicine Wheel tour
12pm: Lunch at Indian Gardens
1: Shamanic Journey on the creek, teachings of animal totems, power animals and animal messages
3pm: Sacred Pipe Ceremony in the medicine wheel

Meet at Earth Medicine Shcool of Healing Arts Center 40 Soldiers Pass Rd #3 Sedona, AZ 86336 928.583.4153

Investment: $99. *does not include the cost of meals or accommodations. (non-refundable if canceled or no-show)

ONLY 11 total VIP spots available!

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Motivational

The Story of Two Dogs

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You may have heard about the “Battle Between two Wolves” story, but have you heard about the story of “Two Dogs”?

There is a story they tell of two dogs, both walk into the same room at separate times. One comes out happy and wagging his tail while the other comes out angry and growling. A woman watching this goes into the room to see what could possibly make one dog so happy and the other so mad. To her surprise she finds a room full of mirrors. The Happy dog saw a thousand happy dogs looking back at him and this mad him very happy while the angry dog saw only angry dogs growling back at him.

What we see in the world around us is only a reflection of who we are.

Author Unknown