Following Monday's blog post, where I was full of enthusiasm and excitement about the possibilities of having sessions online using Zoom, I hit a wall of my own internal resistance.
The inner dialogue kicked off.
"You can't do that".
"What's the point?"
"It'll be too difficult, people won't have the right stuff."
"You don't know what you are doing."
"No-one will want to, and then you'll look like a lemon for suggesting it!"
Do you ever get voices in your head like that? I am sure I am not alone.
Anyway, the resistance is still here. But I am going to offer it anyway. I have had a trial session today and it certainly can work. There are lots of factors which come into play that I don't have to deal with when doing in-person sessions but I am adaptable enough to work with them and we'll see where it goes.
It feels really important to do what I can right now to be of service to others. I feel really grateful to be able to spend this time of isolation in a comfortable place, with nature on the doorstep. But through the power of technology, I can gift people my time and attention and give you the space to be heard.
I will finalise the details in the next couple of days and send information in a newsletter to everyone on my mailing list. Click here to join the mailing list if you'd like to know more and are not already a subscriber.
Is there something you have thought about doing, or something you would like to see happening, that might support others at this weird time? What could you do to take a first step to make it happen? Go on, I dare you to give it a go. I will if you will...