Examine Your Relationship with Death and Loss - Terri Cole 2016
What do you think happens after death? Have you ever examined your relationship with the life cycle? In this tune up tip, licensed psychotherapist Terri Cole, gets real with the ways many people in America try to avoid death and how that can lead to an inability to deal with loss when it occurs. In many other cultures, society understands that death is a part of life, but it seems that we in the US obsess with prolonging life for as long as possible. It is difficult to think about your opinions on what happens when you transition from this life if you are avoiding and ignoring the possibility for yourself and those around you. One of the most difficult kinds of loss is the death of a spouse and finding love again. This tune up tip is a simple inquiry into your own relationship with the life cycle and death because if you are unable to examine that relationship, you will not be able to be present after a loss.
To read more about dealing with death, check out the blog at: https://terricole.com/christina-rasmussen/
And for more on love after loss, listen to the Hello Freedom podcast interview with Terri Cole and Christina Rasmussen called “Having Your Second Firsts” on iTunes or at: https://terricole.com/category/hello-freedom/
About Terri Cole:
Terri Cole is a licensed psychotherapist and an expert at teaching people how to find Real Love and turn Fear into Freedom.
For almost two decades, Terri has empowered celebrities, professional athletes, and individuals alike through television, radio, her popular TEDx talk (What if FEAR were just a Feeling?) workshops, and a thriving private practice to redesign limiting mental blueprints to create extraordinary lives.
Terri earned what she refers to as her, PhD in Fear, after her father died suddenly; she was diagnosed with cancer twice and held up at gunpoint in her home, all within a year.
That year of fear propelled Terri to become an expert in the mind/body connection to fear.
Twenty years later she has taught thousands of students and clients to turn their pain into purpose and fear into freedom.
Danielle LaPorte wrote,” As my mother would say, Terri can “shoot bullshit out of the air.” Lucid, like wow. She can look at a relationship dynamic, or a business structure, or a repeating pattern and bam, fwam, shazam, she can tell you what’s really going on in one sentence, in one minute. And she does it freely, anytime of the day, with anyone who’s ready for it.”
Dina Manzo from RHONJ referred to Terri as, “The coach to the coaches and secret weapon to the stars!”
Terri’s strategies combine practical psychology, Eastern mindfulness practices, and harnessing the power of intention to create sustainable change. Her “tell it like it is” sense of humor and razor sharp insight combined with deep empathy and understanding gives her a unique ability to reach people and inspire transformation.
Terri is motivated by her desire to help people create their best lives and not be stopped by FEAR.
Kris Carr praises;
“Terri Cole is a powerful force of nature. She will teach you how to smash your blocks and unleash your inner fire. If you want to be truly free, listen to Terri. Listen very carefully.”
NY Times best selling author, motivational speaker and long time mentee of Terri’s, Gabrielle Bernstein says, “Terri Cole is a powerhouse healer, spiritual teacher, and coach. With a passion for service and a deep desire to shift the energy of the planet, Terri is a true miracle worker.”
Where else to find me:
Terri Cole: https://terricole.com/
Podcast “Hello freedom” http://apple.co/1J8FdNr
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