A Tool for Transformation

Have you ever found yourself “stuck” in a story or drama that you know is keeping you from your full potential? It can be in your job, your family, your relationships, or any aspect of life. Awareness of that situation is a great start in shifting consciousness, but how do you move from awareness to transformation? During Women’s Empowerment Workshop in Vail, Sept. 15-18, I’ll be offering the Concentric Circle Model, a dynamic tool for relational transformation. Aspects of consciousness are fairly easy to navigate, once we have a trustworthy tool!

The pattern of creating change in our consciousness and in our life is fundamentally always the same –whether it’s handling addictions, healing a broken heart or shifting a core wound related to abandonment. That ‘sameness’ can be summed up this way: “Attachment leads to detachment.” Once we align our will with something ‘other’ and really choose that ‘other’ the forces that keep us attached to the behavior or the belief that we want to change will begin to detach. Think of any time in your life when you consciously made a firm choice – sometimes using all the will you possess – to shift an inner situation, a story, or a drama in which you were involved. By making that choice, you really changed, and you grew. That is what transformation and the Concentric Circle model helps you do successfully every day.

After facilitating hundreds of Women’s Circles and programs in 5 countries, I’ve come to believe that we, as empowered women, have the ability to accelerate this natural process of change. Once we know the pattern, and can apply some basic tools, we can consciously shift creations, or stories, that feel like they imprison us.

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By Lila Sophia Tresemer, Author & Spiritualist, Women’s Empowerment Workshop Facilitator

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