When trying to determine how balanced your life is and hone in on areas that need the most work, the Wheel of Life can be a very helpful and powerful tool. As you can see the wheel is broken up into 6 equal sections. Each of these sections represent an area of your life for you to put a value on between 0 and 10. 0 being not satisfied and 10 being highly satisfied.
As you go through each section here are some questions to ponder…
Where are you at currently in your finances?
Are you happy with your state of finances?
Do you feel secure financially without anyone else’s contributions? (Spouse etc)
Are you taking your own self care seriously?
Are you taking the time to eat nutritiously and meal plan for yourself and/or family?
Is physical activity happening 4 out of 7 days per week?
3. Spirituality –
What does being spiritual mean to you?
Are you fulfilling your purpose in life?
Do you feel a deep sense of connection with most things and people in your life?
Do you let yourself feel emotions or do you suppress them?
Are you so attached to your emotions that they consume you?
Can you let yourself feel emotions without becoming overwhelmed and learn to accept feelings without judgement?
Do you have healthy/fullfilling and meaningfull relationships in your life?
Do you have time to nurture those relationships to become stronger?
Do you need to re evaluate some of the relationships you have in your life?
Have you pursued a path that is ignited with passion for what you do on a daily basis?
Is there further education or training that you have been putting off?
Would you prefer a path of service to others or service to self?
These are just a few questions to help you evaluate each area in your life. Feel free to add your own more personalized take on each category and some sections will have different meanings for each person.
After scoring yourself it will become very clear which areas may be in need of some work, either on your own or with coaching.
Sometimes there are many factors blocking us from moving forward in certain areas which we can then address with the addition of hypnotherapy to the coaching sessions. In this way the root of the problem is addressed and the client can then move to make the desired changes more freely with greater understanding and clarity.
After reviewing the Circle of Life with my clients and asking alot of fact finding questions we could then together as a team work on an action plan for the future.
If you try this exercise and find you may need help to improve an area of your life feel free to check out my website and contact me for a free consultation.
Remember it is never to late to try something new if the same old thing has stopped working for you. You always have a second chance..its called TOMORROW, and you have the power within yourself to make and create the life you truly want.💖
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Reblogged this on Heather Haslam CHt and commented:
After a few comments on using the image I had previously chosen of an elephant playfully balancing on a ball I decided to change the picture.I in no way meant anything harmful towards animals and am against animals in captivity.
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