Life Coach Advice: How To Get Life Coaching For Free

Just like you don’t get motivated to fix the hole in your roof on the sunny days and then can’t do it because the roof is too slippery on the rainy days, you don’t think about getting life coach advice until your life becomes something you’re not happy with. Then you often don’t have the money to get life coaching. Here’s how you can get coaching help for free.

When you can’t get what you want, you learn to be creative about getting the same thing in a different way. That’s how I discovered the life coach I already had living under my roof (which doesn’t leak, by the way).

My advisor for many years was Muggins, my Springer spaniel who passed away last October at 17 years old. Now I have Ducky. Ducky is also a Springer spaniel; she’s just over a year old. And she is the best life coach a person could possibly want. If you want to see a picture of Ducky, check out the “About” page on Up From Splat.

Everyday, she guides me. She does it by example.

Your pet is guiding you too. But are you taking in that guidance?

Pay Attention

Here are just a few ways your dog or cat or other pet can give you great life coach advice.:

1. Because pets usually find something good about everything-even trash, which they often consider to be a great toy, they teach positive thinking. They get you to focus on what feels good and what’s going right instead of what’s going wrong.

2. Because pets are often in motion, they remind you to get in motion. Energy creates energy. You can see that in animals, and you know it’s true when you make yourself get up and move, even when you’re feeling down.

3. Because most pets, at least those in loving homes, expect good from everything and everyone, they remind you to set your intentions for what you want instead of what you don’t want.

4. Because pets pursue their passions, they remind you to take inspired action and not force yourself to do things you don’t want to do. And if you feel like you really have to do something, you know to find a good way to do it. Most pets are great at that.

I could give you a hundred more examples, but you’d be bored by the time I was done and Ducky has taught me not to be boring.

If you have a pet, you can get a life coach for free. I don’t care what you have-a dog, a cat, a bird, a fish, a gerbil, a python or any other kind of critter. Animals are better teachers than most humans.

Every animal has a more natural relationship with its true nature and with the flow of energy in the universe than most humans do. If you just observe your pet and make it your intention to emulate him or her, you will be receiving some of the best coaching in the world.

I’m not talking about sniffing your friend’s butt, although if you did that, you’d be doing something powerful like stepping out of your comfort zone. But no, I don’t mean that you emulate specific behaviors. I mean that you copy general ones-attitudes and mindsets and use of energy.

If you don’t have a pet, visit friends or family who have them and watch their pets. Or go into nature and watch the birds or the deer.

Most people who love animals enjoy observing them, but they don’t think about observing them with the intention of learning from them. Set that intention, and you’ll get life coaching for free. And you’ll love the ways it will positively impact your life.