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This is one of the worries that can get in the way of you going for what you really want. When I first thought about becoming a coach, I was worried about it seeming too airy, and I even got that feedback from a few people.
I hear about this worry a lot from creative women and transformational professionals: a fear of being seen as too “woo-woo.” Familiar?
On the one hand, they want to talk about things like spirituality or things like the power of setting intentions, or a powerful energy healing experience, but they don’t want to be dismissed. I get that. First hand.
I’ve found myself trying to walk that line in my work. I’m starting to not care, and I notice a lot of others are not as worried. We are going for it with talking about love, intuition, prayer, bigger impact, healing the world, sending loving vibrations, alternative healing, soul’s work, life purpose, and more.
And yet that “woo woo” police still lives on in many minds. Negative comments about it are so common. I think we aren’t noticing the flaws in that wording or thinking.
This “woo woo” idea has so many layers and I want to break it apart. What is that fear actually about?