That's because all of us - whether high-flyers or bedridden - have more inputs coming at us every day than we can process, so all of us need some system for deciding which things to do and which things to put off or pass over.
I was sitting with a friend the other day and she asked me, "Heather, what exactly is a life coach? What do you do?" And I figured maybe she wasn't the only one who was uncertain...
Sitting with requires that we allow ourselves to feel the feelings of loss and grief, fear, rejection, being silenced or abandoned. It's difficult, but difficult isn't the same as impossible.
Essentially, a liminal space is the space that we occupy in the midst of transitions. And there is something about a liminal space that puts us humans on edge.
What if the challenge of choosing to be present was only 'hard', not 'impossible'?
Yesterday we talked about the value of being present in the midst of our activities - specifically physical activities such as running. Today I want to get a bit more curious ...
One of the things you will often hear me grumble about in my race reports is when people where headphones during races. It's about safety in part, but what if there was more to it than that?