Guiding Philosophy

Sharon describes her Guiding Philosophy in this way:

“There are times in our lives when we feel like we are going through a dark night of the soul, when we are living with sadness, frustration, deep insecurity. We may even doubt that we can get through it.  But what if you are actually standing on a threshold, poised between the past and the future, the known and the unknown? What if some kind of change is about to occur in your life and it is a change your heart has yearned for?

My personal journey brought forth in me the desire to contribute to others, to share what I have learned about the process of becoming unstuck, about change.  I would like to be your guide to the discovery of your true nature.

The outcome of your “dark night” depends on how you hold it.  My work is to support you in meeting these threshold moments with curiosity and openness.  Rather than defaulting to old patterns of striving and struggle in order to correct or perfect yourself,  consider a revolutionary idea: You already are what you want to become. You already have the seeds and potentialities of an alive and loving being. At your core is unconditional love, immeasurable worth.  How can you fully live this reality?  You must first become aware of the old, habitual assumptions and beliefs about yourself and the world. You must revisit and challenge these beliefs so that you can enjoy a new relationship with yourself.

Lets imagine seeing ourselves with a different set of eyes, like those of a father whose little girl has excitedly run into the room to greet him. As he looks into his daughter’s face, his world lights up like a brilliant sun breaking through the clouds. Grounded in your true nature, you will be able to see yourself through the eyes of appreciation.  You will be able to cherish your uniqueness; you can live from a perspective of possibility, abundance and connection.”

“The caring heart is immense.”