Friday, November 12, 2021
Helping our patients towards a more “balanced life” with both inner and outer harmony
In counseling and coaching work, we often see folks who “excessively” follow the values of others in order to achieve more “outer harmony”, but at the cost of moving away from their own internal values. This may show up as “inner disharmony”, inner conflict, or simply stress. This can be an unconscious process.
Follow the “outer” will often come at the cost of the “inner”.
Follow the “inner” will often come at the cost of the “outer”.
Like surfing or walking a tight rope, leaning too much on one side can cause one to fall.
Which side are you leaning too much on?
Knowing the answer may help guide your actions towards a more “balanced life” with both inner and outer harmony.