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Hello, My Name Is …

December 23, 2010

#reverb10

Today’s Prompt:
New Name
Let’s meet again, for the first time. If you could introduce yourself to strangers by another name for just one day, what would it be and why? (Author: Becca Wilcott)

Today’s prompt prompted a head shake and a little laugh. And not a little bit of angst. You see, I’ve had a long, love-hate history with my many names. First, middle and last. English and Hebrew. Nicknames I asked for, and nicknames I didn’t.

And that made me wonder … What would it be like to walk around for a day introducing myself as Contented Light?

Remember her? The other day, I introduced Contented Light as my Future Self. More precisely, she is the essence of my Future Self. She carries herself with elegant confidence. She radiates peace and calm. She is completely at ease with herself and with her name.

She’s who I want to be when I grow up. And the real beauty is, Contented Light is within me now.

……….

Coach’s Query

What is the essence of your Future Self?

SPECIAL OFFER: Every one of my clients has had a powerful experience meeting his or her Future Self through a guided visualization. Would you like to meet yours? E-mail me by Dec. 31, and I’ll be happy to facilitate the introduction at no charge.

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2 Comments
  1. Hi Michelle, thanks for visiting my blog 🙂 I checked out the reverb10 link and it looks like an interesting process. Thanks for the tip. I hope you have had a lovely Christmas!

  2. Laura Meckler permalink

    I just saw this post. Teryl made it into the graphic!

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