Many people ask me “David, how many coaching session will I need?”
The answer is that there’s not one answer.
The truth is everyone is different. However, I insist that everyone start with 4 coaching sessions in a row. I insist on this because that is the minimum amount of sessions it takes to start to get an understanding of how to use the Law of Attraction. Some coaches insist on 8 sessions in a row, and I have seen others that require even more than that.
After the initial 4 sessions, most clients continue on with many more sessions because they like what they are learning, and they are starting to manifest more of what they want, and can feel they are at a higher vibration than when they started coaching.
I have also had clients who just continue with a few more sessions after the initial 4.
In both cases, clients usually come back at some point for a few more sessions to get them back on track. It seems that during the coaching they are practicing the Law of Attraction processes and techniques, and doing the other “home work” I assign them, and they can feel they have a raised vibration and they enjoy that feeling. But as the weeks go by it’s typical that they may start reverting back to old habits and realize they aren’t feeling as vibrationally high as they were when they were doing the coaching, so they want a few more sessions to get them back to where they were. It’s important to keep your vibration high so that your resistance to attracting what you want is lower. When the resistance is lower, you start manifesting your desires.
I hope this helps to explain how you might figure out how many coaching sessions you may need.
Believe it or not, relationships and the Law of Attraction have alot to do with each other. When I use the word “relationships,” to me there are three types. There’s the relationship you have with yourself, the relationship(s) you have with other people, and of course the relationship you have, or want to have, with a love interest.
The thoughts and vibrations you’re putting out about all 3 types of relationships is exactly what you’re experiencing. Have you ever even thought about the relationship you have with yourself? Are you good to yourself, kind to yourself, or do you put yourself down alot? What about the relationships you have with other people? Do you enjoy them, criticize them, or go out of your way to make them “good?” And of course where are you thoughts about finding true love, or if you have found it, are you enjoying it, or complaining about it?
If you really take the time to ask yourself the above questions, it’s a great start to finding out where your thoughts/vibrations are when it comes to relationships. Once you’re honest with yourself about where you stand, then you can start using Law of Attraction processes to start attracting the kind of relationships you really want, in all areas of your life, including with yourself!
It would be so cool if there was a thought meter that would count how many thoughts we have throughout an entire day.
To take it one step further, it would be even better if the meter would print out a report at the end of the day with two columns. Column one would be called “Negative Thoughts” and column two would be called “Positive Thoughts.” Then under each column it would print out what those thoughts were. I have a feeling the “Negative Thought” column would have a lot more thoughts on it than the positive thought column!
When you stop to think about it, we’re always thinking about something and are you usually thinking about questions like these: why “something” went wrong? why don’t I have enough of “something”? why did this happen? why did that happen? why didn’t he do what he said he would do? why am I still doing what I don’t want to do? I’m afraid of what my future holds, I’m worried about “something”, will I ever fall in love? and on and on and on! With all these negative thoughts running through your head all day long, it’s no surprise that all these thoughts mentioned above (and others along those lines) are still what’s manifesting for you.
The good news is that you can take control of your thoughts little by little, day by day, thought by thought. One way to do this is that when you find yourself thinking a negative thought, literally ask yourself “what do I want?” Once you know what you want (which is usually the opposite of the negative thought) and you start focusing on what you want, then eventually what you want will become what is! The trick is that you have to practice asking yourself that question “What do I want?” over and over.
Eventually, with practice, more and more of your thoughts will be about what you want, instead of what you don’t want. Oh what a joyous day that will be!