How Helpful Are Expectations?

In teaching my past life professional training, my students frequently run into a client who declares that they are not sure whether they actually experienced a past life because it wasn’t how they thought it would feel.

Expectations are a tricky thing. And it is said that expectations are the seeds of disappointment.

Just because a client expected it to feel differently doesn’t mean that they are right about how it should feel. As an example, they might expect it to feel good to be in a relationship, but then when they are in one with the wrong person it doesn’t feel that way at all.

Does that mean they didn’t have a relationship?

Think about it. How often have your expectations led to disappointment? How have your disappointments in unmet expectations distracted you from understanding the actual experience, making better choices, empowering yourself, or learning the lesson that is at hand?

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