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  • Writer's pictureTrish Beauchamp

Steering your life in the direction you want to go

I recently discovered my car required a wheel alignment. Unknowingly, I had been holding the steering wheel with escalating force to compensate for the car pulling to the left while driving. Thankfully, when a friend was in the driver’s seat I was alerted to the problem.

Sometimes we know that our life is not running smoothly and will attempt a quick solution. We may need help to identify where the misalignment is and steer our life with ease again.

Alignment is defined as the proper positioning or state of adjustment of parts in relation to each other. (Merriam-Webster). In a vehicle, the parts are mechanical and visible. The parts of our lives are less obvious to know. My mechanical knowledge is limited but, with the help of Google, I learned that to achieve optimal wheel alignment the mechanic must consider the steering fatigue points. Any adjustment required is to the vehicle's suspension – the internal system that connects a vehicle to its wheels. There is no adjustment of the tires or wheels themselves. When a client talks to me about an issue they want to be resolved I will ask questions to identify if there is a misalignment in the ‘proper positioning of parts of their lives in relation to other parts.’

What are your fatigue points?

Where can you be more internally aligned so you can steer yourself in the direction you want to go more comfortably?

Are you in need of a realignment to achieve a well-balanced life?

Please contact me if you would like help in any areas you are steering your life towards. Trish



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