My Bamboo Week (Encouragement to Persevere)

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I well remember the first week of October 2010: it was the most incredible week of my then 32-year career (the anniversary of which also came that week).
At the time I was still an editor and  publishing coach, just making the transition from that to being a Healing Codes Coach-Practitioner.
  • Three major goals I’d been working on for at least 5 years came were achieved–in the same week.
  • A client also had a major breakthrough (can’t talk about that yet).
  • A publisher scheduled a meeting to discuss a project I’d been dreaming of and working on for two years.
  • I conducted my most successful teleseminar yet (nearly 700 people on the call).
  • Many important new connections. Direction confirmed. More income. New clients.
  • Famous marketing expert Seth Godin and I spoke briefly and he gave me a nugget that was just the right word at the right time for me. (Thank you, Seth!)
  • And that’s the week I got certified as a Healing Codes Coach-Practitioner by Dr. Alex Loyd.

I say this not to brag, but to encourage you.

That week was my “bamboo week,” the week the bamboo tree of my career shot up at least 20 feet. (In the fifth year, bamboo can grow up to 90 feet in its 60-day growth cycle.)

Or, another image I have, is that the seeds I had planted 2, 3, 5 years previously  grew up into a beautiful garden in one week.

I have been pondering why it happened, so that I can pass on some principles to you that will lead to a “bamboo week” for you, too.

First, realize that this was the culmination of years of work. Some of the goals that were achieved had been 5 years in the making. I had set the “rhizome system” in place and tirelessly did what it took to allow the bamboo to shoot up at the appointed time in the growth cycle.

Why, though,  did all this happen in one week?

I believe it’s because something in me became unblocked. I was able to identify and heal a major block to success that I didn’t even know I had.

Through my Healing Code work, I was able to apply the “Miracle Grow” fertilizer that made my garden spring up so quickly.

It never continues to amaze me that The Healing Codes actually do work, for any issue. I found the apparent source of my success block, and things I’d been trying to make happen, preparing the way to happen, all of  a sudden did happen. (I wish I could tell you all of what happened, but some of it is confidential.)

What does this mean for you?

1. Persevere. Success takes time. You need to do the work, consistently. Learn what to do, do it at a steady pace you can maintain.

2. If you’re not seeing results, do The Healing Code on your issue. If you’re unfamiliar with The Healing Code, go here to learn how to get started–for free! If you’re still blocked,  consider getting coaching from me for a custom healing code specifically for what might be blocking you. I can help you identify what the real issue is and give you a remedy to heal the source quickly and easily.  It will take a few minutes a day, a few times a day for you to apply this new healing mode to your life. You may well be amazed at the results.

A friend for whom I got a custom code recently called me to tell me that after doing the custom Healing Code just 3 times,  his block was gone. He launched a new venture this week and wanted to make sure nothing stood in the way.  Listen to his audio testimonial here.

Steve  called the day after he recorded that to tell me,  “I also noticed that my back and hip pain is gone for the first time in years!”

So, plant your garden. Use The Healing Code to get out the weeds and rocks so you have good soil in which to plant the seeds of your efforts. Cultivate your garden patiently, diligently so that the “rhizome system” can grow strong.  Keep watering it, fertilizing it, weeding your garden.

And let me know when you experience your own “bamboo week” so we can rejoice together.

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thanks diane, I always find relief when I enter your blog and read your publications. Blessings…

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