December 7, 2016

Formula for Change:

Step One:

Assessment of the situation – what is true now & what are the desired goals or results
Here is the start. What is it that you want to be different? You need to discover and be very specific about what is the current situation and how do you want it to be different. To do this, use your Coach's assessment and gather input from all interested and involved parties.

Step Two:

Learning – techniques, tools, etc.
Discover what you need to learn and how to learn it. To do this you need to talk with people. A mentor relationship may be the key to new ideas. Coaching may provide the push. Peers may have advise, opinions, or ideas that you need. Classes, books, or articles may help.

Step Three:

Practice – take action & pay attention

This is a key. You need to take action to have change come about. It does not happen by itself. Use the familiar settings to practice. Or look for new settings to try out your change.

Step Four:

Feedback – score results against goals
Always utilize your own self-analysis – check in with your self right after your practice to see if you obtained the desired results. Independent observers can also be helpful. Pick someone you trust and which opinion you value and ask them to observe you. Then afterward ask for their feedback. Also important is to utilize your Coach's observations and feedback.

Now based upon results you obtain and feedback, go back to either more Learning and / or more Practice. Do not be hard on yourself and keep this cycle up until you obtain your goal. …

The Hierophant depicts a beautiful place,fancy robes, symbolic pictures and all other outward trappings of religion can help to create atmosphere. People can easily direct their thoughts towards spiritual matters, yet too much concentration on these things may have the opposite effect; some religious and spiritual movements have rejected opulence in favor of the utmost simplicity.

Hierophant is an ancient Greek word meaning a priest who initiates, one who interprets the sacred mysteries. These men were believed to become vessels for spirits in certain rituals.

The Hierophant is ruled by Taurus which governs the second house of the Zodiac. The second house is associated with possessions, money,security, the material world in general. These things seem very far from spiritual realms. However, material belongings can say a lot about a person for they are an outward expression of an inner belief.

While The High Priestess represents a gateway to hidden knowledge and ancient secrets, The Hierophant is also a gateway, but a more conventional one. The basic tarot meaning of the Hierophant is marriage. It relates to the dramatic and traditional elements of marriage. This card suggests the public joining together of two families,two sexes,two destinies. When you draw the Hierophant in a tarot card reading it can signify an old friend, often someone older than you who is able to give you some sound advice.

You may feel a deep need for routine and you want to eat your meals at same time everyday. You find it difficult to think straight when things are in a state of uncertainty around you, that’s another tarot card meaning of the Hierophant.

When you draw this card in a tarot card reading you may be going to school as a teacher or student. This card also signifies an aspect of personality. It suggests someone who is kind of obsessive compulsive like some one who pays great attention to outer details, regular routine and dislike for anything which disrupts even the usual goings on of everyday life.

The Hierophant also suggests a person who cares very much about what other people think and likes to keep up with the Joneses. He or she has money in the bank and disapproves of extravagance.

When the Hierophant manifests as a person he or she maybe a gifted teacher, mentor and priest. Such a person has entered your life to open some mental door for you revealing what lies beyond.

You also want your role defined clearly whether in relationship or at work. That’s basically the tarot card meaning of Hierophant when you draw it in a tarot reading.…