The Feeling Path transforms any emotional block into a source of positive power. Your true path opens naturally as a result. Download the Feeling Path Worksheet below and try it today!
The Feeling Path uses six unique questions to create a tangible image of your feeling. The image gives you a visual handle, so you can safely feel even the most challenging emotion without getting hijacked.
Using the feeling image, you can instantly transform difficult feelings into powerful states of inspiration, confidence, or connection. It's like having a compass pointing the way to your deepest truth.
By placing feeling at the center, we can live our best lives, sharing all of our brilliance, love, and beauty.
I’m excited to announce that my current offering is under the name Enteleos. Please visit Enteleos.com to read my book, The Feeling Path, and to learn about current opportunities to work with me and join my new learning and support community. Especially make sure to watch the presentation on the home page, which presents the work in a concise and exciting way.
The Feeling Path opens a new, transformative relationship with feeling. You’ll go from adversarial control position, where you work hard to promote the feelings you want and avoid the ones you don’t want, to an attitude of welcome. You’ll learn that every feeling state, no matter how difficult or challenging, is an opportunity to move along the path to your highest self.
Bereft: Empty atmosphere, dark, still, quiet, oppressive; very dense gray, almost opaque; silence. "I am on my own. There is no one to help me."
Dance Body: Golden yellow light with substance, opaque, luminous, warm, soft in appearance and to the touch. Taking things lightly yet respectfully.
Joyful: Effervescent energy, with "bubbles" rising; bubbles wiggle as they rise; laughing from within. "There is nothing in my life so serious I cannot laugh through it."
Vulnerability: Fragile glass shell around my body, a vacuum inside; body temp; doesn't want me to move. "The world is a scary place, and I am fragile"
Rejection: Like wanting to vomit. Dark and fuzzy. Warm. Like a ball of black sand hovering in the air. Surprise and wondering and pain. “What? Why?”
Comfort: Thick, warm, gold light; coming down through my head, over my outside, down through my inside, out fingers and toes. "You are safe. There is love."