So I am officially five days away from starting my new journey at the Southwest Institute if Healing Arts.
My first two classes have been assigned to me, and all the paperwork has been signed and filed. I even took the orientation course, and quiz, online.
Friday, I am going to the school in person (everything else has been online so far, and my program is 100% online too, because the school is too far away for me to drive daily and weekly until August, 2018). Anyway, I will be making the 45 minute to 1 hour drive to Tempe this Friday, to pick up my books for my first classes. I was at the school only once before, 13 years ago at the age of 9. I went alongside my mother, who was enrolling for a holistic nutrition program. She ended up not doing the program, though. It’s funny how life moves in circles like that…something my grandmother pointed out to me, actually.
My first two courses are Life Coaching Foundations and Spiritual Traditions. I am excited to see what all life coaching entails. Spiritual Traditions will be interesting, but it is basically a world religions class, which I took in high school. Brushing up on the knowledge will be wonderful though.
I’m at that point now, where I am wondering if Life Coaching is even what I want to with my life. This is hysterical to me, because I have been wanting this for 5 years. Perhaps it’s just cold feet before the wedding?
Either way, I am trying to keep myself calm. I use affirmations a lot to help me do this. For great affirmations, check out Louise Hay. But I have also been writing my own list of affirmations. I will either use them here for my Monday Mantras or possibly publish an eBook.
I’m looking forward to what the next year and a half bring. I am excited to have my blog and other projects going on, along with school. I know that even if I don’t stick with Life Coaching forever that completing the program will be excellent for me. It will help me grow, become more of myself, and develop my intuition even farther.
I thank all of you who have supported me thus far! I got a long way to go, my friends!