Surviving Saturn (Return)
Are you in your late twenties or early thirties? Are you feeling like you've spent your young adult life living it for others while neglecting your own needs? Do you feel the urge to just start over? Are you feeling the symptoms of Saturn Return?
Career Shifts. Relationship Changes. Relocation. Health (s)cares. Spiritual awakenings.
The list goes on...
According to The Cut, "Saturn’s travels through the sky take longer, about 29 years to move through all 12 signs, meaning you can expect to experience a Saturn return once every 29 years or so. These returns mark beginnings and ends of major movements of your life, and most people experience up to three. The first one, around age 29, is typically understood to mark the move from youth into full adulthood. The second, in your late 50s, signals a move into middle age. The third, in your mid- to late-80s, marks the move into the wisdom of old age."
The effects of your first Saturn Return takes place between ages 27 - 32. During this period, you’ll be faced with challenges, and questions about the life you’re living and the life you want.
NOTE: I am not an astrologer who will read your natal chart (though I can refer you to great ones). Instead, I am a certified life coach committed to supporting you during this transition by using small action steps to achieve your big goals. In fact, it was because of dedicated life coaches I was able to "survive" mine!
You have the right to self-love, self-care, and wellness in your life.
You have the right to follow your heart.
you have the right to LIVE LIFE IN ALIGNMENT WITH YOUR SOUL PURPOSE.
WHAT IS COACHING?
Coaching helps you to clarify who you are, what you really want and how to attain it. This applies in business, in life, in relationships… in everything. But unlike a typical coach in any other discipline, a business/life coach is not an expert that gives you answers.
We are experts in asking masterful, deep, thoughtful, and revelatory questions that empower YOU to find the answers within yourself.
A coach helps you stay focused and helps to illuminate blind spots that have previously held you back. Coaching empowers you to…
- … discover your true, authentic self.
- … discover your passions and what you really want in life.
- … gain clarity and focus to produce meaningful results more quickly.
- … determine patterns, habits and beliefs that have been holding you back.
- … create new patterns, habits and beliefs that catapult you forward towards your goals.
- … learn and acknowledge your own strength and capability.
- … be even more than you thought you could be on your own.
DEFINITION OF COACHING
“Coaching is an ongoing partnership that accelerates client learning, performance, and progress in their personal & professional lives. The coach is the client’s partner and champion for success.
In each session, the client chooses the focus, while the coach listens and contributes observations and questions. This interaction creates clarity and accelerates the client’s progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choice. Coaching concentrates on where clients are today and what they are willing to do to get where they want to be tomorrow.”
— International Coach Federation
WHAT IS THE COACH’S ROLE IN COACHING?
Coaches honor the client as the expert in his or her life and work and believe every client is creative, resourceful and whole. Standing on this foundation, the coach’s responsibility is to:
- Discover, clarify, and align with what the client wants to achieve
- Encourage client self-discovery
- Elicit client-generated solutions and strategies
- Hold the client responsible and accountable
This process helps clients dramatically improve their outlook on work and life, while improving their leadership skills and unlocking their potential.
HOW IS COACHING DIFFERENT FROM … ?
- Consulting. A consultant offers you advice and best practices based on information of what has worked for other people. Coaching believes that you are naturally creative and resourceful and that YOU actually have the best answers for yourself. A coach does not provide direct advice about what you “should” do nor does the coach have any preconceived idea of what the “right” answer is for you.
- Therapy. Coaching does not focus on problems from your past but rather on your current status and your potential for the future. Coaches believe that you are naturally whole (i.e., you aren’t broken and don’t need fixing). You may, of course, choose to address items from your past as they relate to being roadblocks for your future.
- A good friend. A coach will ask questions and provide new perspectives that go far above and beyond what a friendly conversation will get you. Friends are good because they’ll often listen to your complaints and support your “story”. Because the nature of a coaching relationship is to assist with transformation, a coach will focus on getting past whatever “stories” that have kept you where you are and will help guide you towards where you want to go.
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