Sunday, May 5, 2013

A Rose By Any Other Name......

Like most people, I have many people in my life; family, friends, business associates, acquaintances, etc.

I have always been very interested in people.

I find all the differences and life stories of people fascinating.

I also find personal joy and happiness in helping people.

Anyone who knows me well knows the things I say often.

One of those things is....even though some people may use different words, they could be saying the same thing.

Personally, I don't get too attached or concerned with what words someone uses as long as I can understand the intention behind the words.

So when someone is talking to me about Universal Laws whether they are quoting some scripture, a book, a philosopher or anyone, I look for the similarities and the intention behind the words. More often than not, the intentions are the same.

I use the "words" to describe my process of coaching as applying Universal Laws, Law of Attraction, Law of Deliberate Creation (which is Law of Creation) and Law of Allowing and others.

You can find these same or similar concepts by other names.

It all boils down to the same basic intention.

In my coaching, I'm all about results, not so much what your particular belief structure is or what you want to call something.

It's all OK with me as long as I'm in alignment with the heart and intention of it so that I can be joyful in our interactions.

So, just as "a rose by any other name will smell as sweet" ......a positive, beneficial to all, life philosophy that gets results is fine by me regardless of what you call it.

Kathy Hadley

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  1. Hi Kathy

    Couldn't agree anymore - people get so worked up over what philosophy/religion/belief it falls under instead of seeing the similarity and the underlying goals and intentions - are we not all looking for the same outcome, just travelling different paths to get there?

  2. Nicely put! It is frustrating when people get too focused on the words that are being used instead of the message that is being shared. I love the differences between individuals and am amused that sometimes we miss the similarities because of the terms we use.