Your Questions Answered
I have shared with you quite a bit about the coaching group by this point. And I can imagine that you might still have some questions.
We’re always focused on the decisions we need to make but not quite on the process we need to invest in making that decision.
I’d like to answer some of the questions I’ve received so far, which you might be holding as well.
Isn’t healing the mother wound too heavy and scary?
There’s an irony to emotional wounds and pain. The less you touch it, the scarier it gets. But the closer you come to it, the lighter it gets.
The mother wound is a tender matter. So many women tell me that they don’t talk about their mother with anyone because it feels so raw.
But the healing process itself in my coaching group will have a lot of lightness and satiating connection to it that you’ll actually have fun.
Here’s how Candy experienced it:
“The little breakout room speaking-our-name “exercise" with other people really pulled me out of my comfort zone in the easiest and most natural of ways.
It allowed me to become aware of feelings that somehow along the way have been dismissed.
To share that with other people in the space you made was really beautiful and even after the short workshop, it's left me with a wonderful feeling of expansion and possibility.
There's so.. much... more we can all have and feel and be.”
I’m busy and have other commitments, wouldn’t the coaching group be too much?
Women of Wholeness is not just another coaching group. It’s not just a hot seat where you come with your questions to be answered by me.
The dynamic of the group will be very flowing with many exercises for you to learn, shift and heal through experience rather than through the acquisition of knowledge.
In fact, the time will be like a respite, where you can be nourished by loving witnessing and empowering connections.
If you have other scheduled commitments twice a month on Mondays between 18:00-19:30 CET then this group is not the right timing for you.
But if you’re able to attend the meetings, you’ll be surprised by how they will recharge you and infuse more energy into your other engagements.
Here’s how Allison experienced that:
“I was impressed with how in a very short time Shelly fostered a safe environment with the group interconnectedness that invited sharing. I found myself delightfully comfortable gathering in exchange with new women.
Shelly’s reminder of the potential in gentleness loosened the space for authentic exchanges. The simple exercises brought sensitivity and presence.
I appreciate this encouragement towards being more deeply here with ourselves and with one another. It was lovely connecting with other beautiful women seeking to explore this way together. I could feel how we collectively yearn for this.”
Wholeness is about reshaping our gauge for a sense of safety from habits of wound to habits of nourishment
I’m already in private coaching why do I need group coaching?
Joining the Women of Wholeness group coaching is not a replacement for a one-on-one process.