Blocked? Stuck? Frustrated?

    Not healing or moving forward?

     

    Have you been working diligently on your physical or emotional healing, only to hit a roadblock you can't seem to move under, over or around?

    Have you tried many healing modalities, many types of bodywork, energy work, coaching or counseling, to no avail, always hitting the same sticking point?

    Are you feeling that your vision for your life just won't materialize, even though you're doing "all the right things"?

    Do you feel you've lost the momentum, the passion, the clarity you used to have about where you're going in your life?

    Has some aspect of your life simply ground to a halt?

    And, WHAT IF...

    What if there were nothing wrong with the work you’ve been doing? What if all you need to do now in order to get the full benefit of all the work you’ve done, is remove the blocks to healing you didn’t know were there?

    LifePath Consulting specializes in helping clients remove the blocks to fulfilling their vision in a practical way. Via The Journey and other deep-work modalities, you access and let go of the hidden blocks to healing and success sitting in your cells--blocks that may be keeping you from healing, success and a life you love. Available in person or by phone, Journeywork sessions give you access to your old unfinished business and your deepest intuitive knowledge... and provide a safe and sacred space where you can let go of what no longer serves you and open into true healing and unprecedented freedom.

     

    For over 30 years I've been helping people all over the world remove the root causes of pain, stress and disease.  Since most sessions are conducted over the phone, wherever you live I offer you a healing partnership:

     

    LifePath Consulting is the deep-work healing practice of Pat Kendall, Ph.D., Accredited Journey Practitioner, Registered Psychotherapist and Licensed Spiritual Health Coach.

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    Along Your Path

    Tools for maintaining your balance in this ever-tilting world

    It’s not just about the sessions.

     

    I understand that healing, change and growth can be a lonely road to travel.  You can feel all alone, and you don’t even have a roadmap.

     

    I've been there.  And I’ll be there for you.  In sessions, between sessions.  With processes, support and tools.

     

    In sessions is where the change starts.  Between sessions is where the momentum builds and where you live your life.  I’ll be there. 

    This month's LifeTool:

    Stretching Your Change Muscles

     

    Looking for change but feeling overwhelmed by the prospect?  Here are some gentle, easy ways to welcome the energy of change into body, mind and heart.   Try at least one from each category and notice how it makes you feel.  Then try another; is it easier the next time?  (This is a sample.  For more of these, check out the Toolkit page.)

     

    For the Body:  Routine Breakers

     If you have a favorite form of physical activity or exercise, break your routine. For just one day try something different:

    • Try out a new machine at the gym.

    • Add a new yoga pose.

    •  If you don’t usually do anything physically active, take a 10-minute walk in your neighborhood.  Even better, drive to a nearby park and walk there.

    •  Dress yourself in the “wrong” order:  if you always put your shirt on first, put on the pants first instead.

     

    For the Senses:  New Input

    • Buy a new fruit or vegetable and eat it with attention.  Do you like it?  Does it grow on you?  Will you want to eat it again?

    •  Find a hill to climb.  Let your eyes see everything they can see from the top.  What have you never noticed was there?

    •  Lie face down on the grass.  What does it feel like?

     

    For the Emotions:  Heart Openers

     Pick one of these things that you haven’t done in the last five to ten years.  Do it with full attention, noticing how it makes you feel.

    • Stop and watch the next gorgeous sunrise or sunset.

    • Buy flowers for yourself.

    • Stand under a tree and look up into the canopy.  Feel the tree’s enveloping presence around you.

    • Soak in a hot bath for 20 minutes.

    • Eat your next meal alone at home by candlelight. 

    • Look in the mirror and let your eyes smile at you, looking back.  Slowly let the smile extend to your whole face.

     

    For the Mind:  New Perspectives 

    • The next time you attend a meeting or workshop, take a chair on the opposite side of the conference table or sit in a different part of the room.  What do you notice?

    •  Find a way to agree—­­honestly—with someone you generally disagree with. 

    •  Choose a field of study you never think about and know nothing about.  Google it. Learn one fact, small or large, you didn’t know and find at least moderately intriguing. 

    For more tools, visit the LifeTools page. 

    Looking for a tool you're sure you saw on this page? Scroll through the Toolkit page.  You'll find it archived there!