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May 26, 2020 16 min

Do you ever wonder why you did the things in your life that you later regret?  Did it seem like another part of you acted seemingly against your will?

In this podcast we explore what it means to take responsibility for your actions without getting caught up in the shame or guilt of the past. 

Learn why you did what you did and what you can do now to resolve old issues and release the past.

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Here are the main points in this episode: 

  • Why do your habits continue against your will? 
  • Did you know that another part of you is in charge of your life? 
  • Even though you didn't create them, it is your responsibility to resolve them
  • Your present day issues offer the key to your self-growth
  • Live your life in the present moment beyond the habits of your past
  • I always offer free consultations for you to breakthrough the old conditioning. You will find that I have several programs available for you to achieve your goals that integrate Life Coaching, Counseling, Hypnotherapy, Guided Meditation, Emotional Growth Work and Practical Spirituality. Sessions are available by phone/Zoom as well as in my Bellevue, WA, office. Check out this website to schedule your free consultation.


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