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August 25, 2017


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“What is a Spiritual Warrior?”

A Spiritual Warrior is someone who experiences
life’s natural ups and downs in stride
and sees painful circumstances as dharmic challenges
to learn from, not as bad luck to lament.

It takes the courage and emotional honesty of a Spiritual Warrior
to walk the path of Conscious Awareness in a world
where most souls are unaware of their Buddha nature.

A Spiritual Warrior does not complain or regret anything that happens
because she sees her life as an endless series of incarnational challenges,
which she does not judge as good or bad, or as right or wrong.

The basic difference between an ordinary person
and a Spiritual Warrior is that she converts
every ‘so-called problem’ into an
opportunity to train her egoic mind
to serve her dharmic reason for incarnating.

She accomplishes this by deliberately drawing upon
her God-given powers of Light and Love,
which helps her remember that
She Lives In This World,
But She Is Not Of This World.

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August 16, 2017


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~*“Do You Have a Victim Identity?”*~
Paraphrased by
Master Coach Hu Dalconzo
from the works of Eckhart Tolle,
Jack Kornfield & Steve Siebold

Almost every ego contains at least an
element of a “Victim Identity.”
Some people have such a strong
victim identity that it becomes
the central core of their Beingness.
When this happens,
resentment and grievances form the
essential core of their sense of self.

Even if your egoic grievances
are entirely justified,
you have constructed an identity
for your Self that is like a PRISON
whose bars are made
of negative thought forms.
If you are Consciously Awake enough
to distinguish the voice inside your head
from your Spirit, then you will be able to
feel the identification you have with
your ego’s victim ‘story’.

This will help you transcend the
egoic compulsion to think
or talk about your Self as a… “victim.”
If you are Consciously Conscious
enough to “witness” the victim voices
playing inside your head,
this is fantastic news
because it is the first step to creating…

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August 11, 2017

Are You Charging Too Little… FOR YOUR COACHING SERVICES?

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Paraphrased By Work Originally
Composed By Stefan James

Here Are the FINAL Three Reasons Why You Might Be
Charging Too Little for Your Spiritual Life Coaching Services…

  1. You Don’t Think You Are Worth It. We hear this all too often. If you went to school to be a teacher… you would expect a salary. If you went to school for massage, you would expect a salary… why is Coaching any different?? A lot of new coaches know the credentials of their mentors and feel intimidated to charge what they charge because they don’t have the same hours of experience. What HLC has done to account for this is incorporate on-the-job training into the certification program. This automatically adds hours of experience, plus increases a Coach’s confidence to provide results to their clients and expect to get paid for doing so, like they would for any other modality. It’s okay to Coach a lot of people for free, or for a low fee, especially in the beginning, but only for a set period of time. Always be sure to balance the energy exchange. For example… let these clients know in exchange for Coaching at a lower rate, you would like them to provide a written or video testimonial you can use on your website.
  2. Your Clients Deserve the Best Spiritual Life Coaching Services that You Can Deliver. It is important for you to help your clients achieve their three most important self-help goals. But you can’t do that if you are stressing over trying to make a living facilitating too many low-paying clients. Be careful not to spread yourself too thin, it will mean less attention for each of your clients.
  3. You Want to Coach Low-Income People Who Could Benefit from receiving your Spiritual Life Coaching services. Nothing wrong with that, unless you put yourself out of business. Therefore, it makes sense to charge a high enough fee to your regular clients to allow you to offer scholarships for your low-income clients. You can also volunteer your coaching services to an organization that provides coaching to low-income people. Another example- provide Group Coaching which can be facilitated at a lower-rate than one-on-one Coaching.

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