I’ve always loved & thrived in the relationship of figuring out life, health & healing, together with people … & I always will. .
I’ve said it to many close to me that life is both, one big joke & simultaneously no joke; that you have to be strong & flexible if you’re going to survive or possibly even thrive & enjoy whatever it means to have a good life. .
I’ve personally thought for a long time that it was not going to be the exact money I made, or the girl, or the vacation or any other one thing that I achieved that was going to show that I was living a good life; although all those things are certainly great to obtain or achieve. .
What I do think is important, is the way I live my life along the way to achieving those things; I guess one could say it’s more of a wholistic approach. I watch how I’m being while pursuing goals & dreams. I work on transforming shame & trauma so my life is filled more freedom to do and say as I please. I watch that I’m of service & not sacrifice,obligation & implication.That I have the courage to live the life of my choosing, rather than what the culture promotes as being a worthy pursuit. I measure it by my ability to be emotionally connected to all the triumphs & struggles while having a kind of spirit of passion & great enthusiasm while experiencing those various things. I am obsessively focused on improving how I can live a better life, rather than constantly obsessively focused on the results or whether I gain or lose. I’ve always had mentors & teachers in my life that have helped me figure out ways to living a better life. And that’s part of what I’m passionate about doing with others, in the same way I am obsessed about doing with myself. I love helping people figure out their way through all kinds of twists & turns of life. I love helping them optimize improving the way they live their life, while simultaneously also helping them achieve their goals.
I’ve said that I enjoy living in the trenches of life, constantly looking at how I can heal certain things about myself, while simultaneously helping others find their way through the muck & mire of their own lives. I love that relationship & I always have. My first teacher has a daughter that was asked by her friend, what her Mom did with me in our sessions together that had us spending so much time together & her daughter responded with, “oh, Harold & my Mom figure out Life together”. She was absolutely right & poignant with her choice of words even at such a young age. I’ve always loved & thrived in the relationship of figuring out life, health & healing, together with people … & I always will.