For more than 4 years I have been working regularly with my coaches to unleash my own potential. For me, as a coach, it is first and foremost about being a neutral person and looking at your being from the outside. By “neutral” I do not mean that I am a stakeholder in your problem. As a reflector, I express my full potential for this. With my openness and my knowledge of Human Design, I show you how to find yourself. In the coaching sessions, I mirror your issues to you and let you know how you think about certain ones or what view you have.
Most people live in the non-self. This means that they live out something they are not and thus move away from their actual self. It’s not always easy to admit to yourself that you or I don’t function the way others think about you or society would like you to. We are constantly bombarded with expectations and ideas from our environment. This often makes it very challenging to stay with yourself and take responsibility for your own actions. Of course, we don’t want to hurt other people with our decisions. However, in some decisions, it is essential to realize one’s own needs. For me, it is now important to be surrounded by people who accept me for who I am.
Human Design is an important component in my coaching. During the coaching session, I will be happy to provide you with more in-depth knowledge about the system and your chart. Otherwise, I use Human Design to keep pointing out and explaining to you what your learning themes or non-self patterns are. It takes seven years until one’s own design is fully lived and also integrated into everyday life. The distraction and avoidance of issues is enormous with us humans. Without the help of my coaches, I would not have dared to look so deeply into my own shadows.
Getting over ourselves and facing our own fears and learning issues can often overwhelm us. In my own process, I was and am very happy about my coaches, who always stand by me. So I want to stand by your side and support you to overcome your challenges in life and learn to take full responsibility over your actions.