Coaching & Mentoring with Susan Beekman
You see a vague outline of the life you’re seeking, but your goals always seem to be just out of reach.
Susan Grace Beekman can help you to:
- Move from confusion to clarity
- Find your own inner direction
- Create your life from a peaceful mind
Susan is a Master Coach and Instructor for Dr. Martha Beck, a Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie, and a certified Spiritual Director skilled in contemplative listening and spiritual mentoring.
On the Horizon
Registration is now open! Call Breitenbush at (503) 854-3320
You can spend your life making yourself, others, or situations you encounter problems to be solved. Soon you’re at war with your body, your circumstances, the people you love, your life. Good news. You can end the war by questioning your thinking.
Using The Work of Byron Katie, we’ll dive beneath the beliefs we hold when we’re not being “spiritual” or “enlightened.” As you investigate judgments, without criticizing yourself for having them, you’ll find a gate to your own freedom. Who would you be without your story that you have a problem? YOU have the answer. Everyone will leave with the ability to bring peace to stressful beliefs using The Work. 26 CEUs for mental health professionals through the WA State Society for Clinical Social Work.
Wed Jun 24th – Sun, Jun 28th
$495 ($395 if registered by 5/1) plus lodging (Deposit equal to cost of lodging)
Grace Bell is a Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie working with people all over the world to wake up through investigating stressful stories.
Susan Grace Beekman, Certified Facilitator of The Work and Martha Beck Coach, has a private coaching practice and long-term experience facilitating The Work.
Call Breitenbush to register: 503.854.3320
For more info: Grace 206.650.1230 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.workwithgrace.com
From the Blog
Around the time I got kicked out of Sunday School for asking too many questions, I decided I’d have to answer them for myself by trying out other brands than the Southern Baptist variety. During my early teen years of searching and angst, desperately trying to find even a partial answer to my mental confusion, I turned to my mother. Why are we here? What’s the point? I asked.
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What if fear is holy?
This thought came to me as I was overtaken by a recent trance of believing that I’m somehow not enough. I know this cluster of “lizard fears” intimately. I’m not good enough. Or there’s simply not enough (goodness or happiness or pistachios, for that matter). And I do know these as big fat lies when I catch them. But circumstances can trigger the old dominant “lack and attack” beliefs (as Martha Beck calls them) and give the reptilian brain power.