I don’t see you as broken now, nor do I think you ever were broken. I don’t think anything I might do in my healing work with you is going to fix you.
I do, however, honor the possibility that you think you are broken and in need of fixing. I think that’s a common perception we have about ourselves. Blame society if you want, blame whomever, but a lot of us go around in life thinking there is something wrong with us and that we need fixing. So if you are one of those people, it’s okay. I won’t try to talk you out of your belief. We’ll just go with it.
So if you are not broken and don’t need fixing, what can I do for you?
I can honor your belief that you are broken.
I promise I won’t try to change you. Usually that feels good to people. It’s a relief, not having to fight someone to make your deep-down beliefs acknowledged.
I can love the parts of you that you think make you broken and in need of fixing.
Because honestly, that’s really all we want when we think we are broken – more love for those parts of us that we don’t think can be loved or should be loved. And often it’s just to hard for us to love those parts in ourselves – otherwise we would, you know? But I can love them in you. I am pretty sure you would do the same.
I can help you feel more whole.
By loving the parts of you that you think make you broken, I help you find the way to heal and accept the parts of you that you think make you broken and in need of fixing – and have been pushing away. Most of the time, the pain we feel is from pushing away parts of us. When those parts are returned to us – through having been loved – we begin to feel more whole.
I can help you feel less alone.
Often, the pain we feel and the sense we have that we are broken and in need of fixing is from thinking we are the only ones with our particular pains and lost parts. We forget that we are really living an ancient story that is played out over and over, and we forget our connection to hundreds of thousands of people walking around right now who feel much as we do. I help you remember. And you feel less alone.
I can help you remember your bravery.
It feels good to believe we are unique and special, but it also feels like a huge relief to know that the burden of our particular brand of broekn-feeling that we carry inside ourselves is a burden actually shared by many. When you believe that I understand you and who you are deep down, you’ll remember your bravery and courage. You’ll feel more able to give more love to the parts of you that you’ve been thinking can’t be loved.
I can help you remember there is always hope.
In ancient dark times, we turned to storytellers and mystics to help us see light where we could see none. I can be your beacon, your wayseer, and help you remember the hope that dwells inside you.
If all this feels good to you, then we are probably a good match and will work well together. I can’t wait. You rock.