Posts Tagged ‘change’

Co-workers Make Me Crazy!

January 25, 2010

We all have to get along!  But more often than not, there are those with whom we have great challenge in the workplace in trying to create harmony.

Client:  I’ve tried and tried to be diplomatic, but ‘Mary Jane’ just won’t keep her nose out of my business, and my personal life too!

PW:  We can find a past life in which you were interacting with ‘Mary Jane’ and find out what is actually going on between you.  That will give us a direction to move so that you can change the process that is now happening and work on creating the calmer, easier workplace you wish for.

Client:  You mean we’ve been together before?  I thought that was only for romantic stuff!

PW:  Past connection are true for nearly everyone in your life at this time.  Just depends on how much you want to know and how you want to alter what you are doing in order to alter what ‘Mary Jane’ is doing.  Do you want to try?

Client:  I don’t know.  How much would I have to change?

PW:  Only as much as you are willing – and as much as you need a better workplace!

This client went on to agree to find out information, and through the information was able to change her way of reacting and responding to ‘Mary Jane’, which in turn pushed ‘Mary Jane’ into having to shift her  behavior.  Not perfect, but better.


Isn’t it strange?

December 6, 2009

Don’t you think it’s odd that the one (perhaps only) absolute in life is change, and one of the major things we dislike/fear is change?  Hmmmmm.  SOMEONE didn’t think this through!


November 29, 2009

Continuing with the theme/understanding of change and choice, I would like to postulate a hypothesis.  Suppose you could, by spending five or ten minutes a day, actually begin to create change in the world.  Beyond the issues of how you live in the world, and how you treat others, I mean spending five to ten minutes sitting in silence with the intention of producing an energy of harmony for all people to draw on.

Would you?


November 16, 2009

Remember when Obama was elected on a platform of change?  Well, here we are not very much later than his election – one small year to be exact – and many who voted for change are putting their feet in the mud when change is actually up in front of us.  Paradigms need to change – indeed are changing – in order to accommodate the Aquarian energy into which we are moving.  The first to do so dramatically was the economy, followed – as we can see closely – by health care.  Up in the future will be politics, education, religion, the military, and global relations.  The major problem with changing paradigms, of course, is that we don’t exactly know what to change them into.  So we struggle.

About Pat Windom

November 13, 2009

Pat Windom counsels growth and change

As a Life Path Counselor, I believe that each of us can live to our full potential when we acknowledge the connection to higher consciousness.

Growth and Change. That is the theme of our work, both individually and together. So. Here we go, into a new year, a new way of relating, a new and exciting chapter in our climb up the stairs, the hill, the mountain of consciousness!

People I pay attention to:

Deepak Chopra

Marianne Williamson

Jesse Jackson, Rosalyn Bruyere, Fred Alan Wolf, Graham Hancock, Freke & Gandy, Bart Ehrman, Burton Mack, John Dominick Crossan,