90 Day Reset

 

“We can lift ourselves out of ignorance, we can find ourselves as creatures of excellence and intelligence and skill. We can be free! We can learn to fly!” – From Jonathan Livingston Seagull, by Richard Bach

 

The 90 Day Reset is a period of committed abstinence, in which you have a chance to reconnect with yourself. Reset is a time to step back and reflect upon what you really want. It’s a time for upgrading your way of thinking and allowing any necessary healing to happen. Most of all, it is a time of connecting with who you are and what your life stands for.

After Reset, you may decide to remain abstinent or explore the possibility of finding a more healthy relationship with whatever you were once addicted to. A healthy relationship with certain substances and behaviours may not be possible. Or you may find that you are no longer controlled by what you were once addicted to!

Sometimes change means letting go of what no longer serves us, so as to create space for something new. I help my clients maintain clarity and focus during this time of transition so that they stay on track with the process of reinventing themselves.

Although some aspects of Reset may sound challenging, experience tells me that positive change happens in most people’s lives through small incremental steps that build momentum in the right direction. Like so many things in life, it is the simple shifts that bring about the most remarkable results.

The art is in knowing what needs to change. When you are caught up in the cycle of addiction, it is not easy to trust your decision making. In the cycle of addiction, there is not enough emotional or mental stability. Reset provides that stability, along with the clarity and awareness needed for self-reflection.

Through Reset, you can come to know which values support you in being at your best. You can also know which of your goals are worth prioritising, and which inner conflicts need resolving for those goals to be reachable.

As a wise man once said, “True refinement seeks simplicity”. Creating change happens as a result of giving attention to that which truly nourishes your growth. At the same time, it’s important to process and heal whatever sabotages you in your efforts to change. That’s how to create a meaningful life.

If you think you would like to do Reset with me, then let’s talk!

Private Sessions in Zurich, Switzerland. Online Sessions for clients worldwide.

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