Rediscovery Coaching Session - a personal account (London)
I love the simplicity and the depth of the Rediscovery journey. For me, it is no longer about looking 'out there' for wisdom, guidance or insight, but instead digging deep and mining the rich seams of my own self, so that I can come more fully into the wholeness of my being. Mary, with her focused attention and presence, holds the space for whatever needs to emerge from deep within myself, and bears witness to that in way that is both potent, and powerful.
We began my last Rediscovery session with a simple centering exercise which brought me strongly present to my own core. Then I drew a Rediscovery card and Mary gently asked what the word, and the coloured background, conveyed to me. Unsurprisingly, there was a lot of resonance with where I am at in my personal journey. 'What else?' she asked and an image from my childhood emerged - vibrant and intense - which I was able to reflect on, and enjoy, accepting its significance without necessarily understanding it.
'Is there anything else?' A pause,
Fan letter from Fraser
This is not a polite little thank you note for your rediscovery cards, but a full-on raving fan letter! It has been such a positive experience using them in my journaling - affirming, insightful and fruitful. They are a terrific resource. Aside from the benefit of using them they are delightful in their own right - beautifully produced and lovely to handle. I've taken to carrying them around in my bag in case I have a spare few minutes to sit and
Email from Linda, USA
I wanted to share with you and your readers another way I have used the Rediscovery Cards. My grandchildren were here this week visiting and each day as they prepared to leave for the day camp they were attending I had them choose a card that spoke of their intention for the day. They really enjoyed this and it opened discussion each day as we drove to the camp.
Then at pick up time