When all hell breaks loose, how do you stay anchored?

During storms, during conflict, during stress, how do you remain centred, stay calm with a strong sense of security, and retain your sanity and the substance of who you are?

Wondering how you can build (or perhaps rebuild) values-based resilience and wellbeing?

Looking for a listening ear and need competent confidential counselling?
Need a life coach to walk with you through transition and change?
Need someone anchored to reality during uncertain times?
Introducing… Anchored for Life.anchored_logo_small

When Substance matters.
Where personal growth and development find new meaning.
Gain stability in uncertain times.
A chance to review, take a reality check and gain new perspectives on life.

Many self-help and pop-psych seminars talk about raising the anchor and setting sail in order to achieve success. To reach your goals you need to leave the harbour and get out into the deep waters. What happens when the storms of life are so dramatic that simply staying put and holding on takes all your attention, energy and endeavor? What then?

“All negativity is caused by an accumulation of psychological time and denial of the present. Unease, anxiety, tension, stress, worry – all forms of fear – are caused by too much future, and not enough presence. Guilt, regret, resentment, grievances, sadness, bitterness, and all forms of non-forgiveness, are caused by too much past, and not enough presence.” Eckhart Tolle

Anchored for Life offers a framework of hope for reviewing and reconstructing life, based on rediscovering core values and priorities. Anchored for Life provides a regular process for examining various aspects of life and helps you to safely explore and take steps towards health, wellbeing and personal growth, particularly during or after times of personal crises or insecurity in one’s identity.

Anchored for Life’s aim is simple: walking with you to get the most out of life and become a better you.

Working alongside you as you grow in self-awareness, sense of self and assisting you towards feeling re-empowered to better love yourself and those you care about. So whether its bleeding to reorientate yourself following transition and change, or wanting to proactively engage new goals and pursue new dreams, contact Anchored for Life.

Walking with you to get the most out of life and become a better you. 

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