It's also curious that I've had plenty of time to get a 'qualification' in whatever I could have chosen too and yet havn't? Perhaps Im too a 'Jack of All Trades' and master of none when it comes to completing qualifications. I've done a little of a lot; Counselling, Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Energy Psychology, Neuroscience, Rehabilitation, Fitness, and even Management and they have all informed my life and consequently my work. I havn't yet found a qualification that firmly 'fits' what I seek either. It's like I knew when I got what I needed and I moved on to something else. I've never actually wanted to be a teacher of anything, I simply learn what I 'think' I need too for that time and keep growing. Im the perfect example of “I teach what I most need to know” I'm simply a student of life who passes on 'stuff' to whoever might be interested. I've been pondering also that there could be another more logical reason why I havn't gained a qualification? As I reflect from hindsight from my comfy 50 plus stage of life, I've come to a place of understanding through learning, where I can see the 'clash' of the sciences that underpin our current 'mainstream' of thinking. All I can say is thank goodness for the internet where I can do my own research in ways that I want to learn, because to date I've yet to find any qualification that firmly sits where I personally need it too for me. Although saying that in my current studies I have an awesome tutor who accepts my submissions and is open to exploring the 'new' (not new) science with me. Now that's what I call a great teacher! I'm looking forward to finding a piece of work where I can reference 'particle entanglement'.
There's also an irony in that I never aspired to be 'anything' but a student of life, It never ceases to amaze me how I came to be doing what Im doing, as I never set out to teach anything. Who would have thought I would become an exercise instructor when all I simply wanted to do was dance to music? And yet the opportunity presented itself and I thought well why not get paid for something I love to do. That was some 30 years ago now and I'm still going strong. How? Because I LOVE it still just as much if not more. It's been the same with my Mind Set Coaching and Counselling, why not get paid for something that I'm passionate about? My coaching work I find to be so fulfilling as it's where we can connect far deeper and go beyond the surface intellect. It's where we can talk about the bigger questions and together try make some sense of it all. Im certainly nobody's expert but I try to be my own, and I just happen to have picked up a lot of information and skills along the way that could be useful to others. I guess the message here is: Find your passion and do that! And you will always be satisfied and if you're a bit lost? Then find someone to support you find it.