Shine Counselling &Life Coaching

Counselor/Life Coach Practitioner

I just read a post from the psychologist named P. Laxman; which touches my heart pretty well. I think there is no point of life. Because the life is dynamic and it changes according to time. No need to be worried and be proud about your present condition. Because at the end, we all will become the same. According to him;

  • At age of 40..’highly educated-less educated’ are the same. (Less educated people may even earn more money)
  • At 50..’beauty-ugly’ are the same. (No matter how pretty you are. At this age….wrinkles, dark spots etc. Can no more be hidden)
  • At 60…’high position-lower position’ is the same. (After retirement, even a peon will avoid looking at his boss)
  • At 70..’big house-small house’ are the same. (Joint degeneration, hard to move, only requires a little space to sit)
  • At 80..’have a money-no money’ is the same. (Even when you want to spend money, you don’t know where to spend)
  • At 90…’sleeping-waking up’ are the same. (After you wake up, you still don’t know what to do)

 

I think the point of life is to be happy because in the long run we’ll be the same. So, enjoy the every moment of your life.

 

 

 

 

Pradip Parajuli

I am Pradip Parajuli. I have been in helping profession since 11 years. To tell the truth, I am a new Life Coach practitioner. Yet prior to becoming a Life Coach, I spent 5 years working as a Counselor; and before that I used to work as a Social Worker and Program Manager in a reputed International Non-governmental Organization. I am practicing Counseling as well as Life Coaching. From the get-go, I loved life coaching. As I kept going and trained in Counseling, Hypnotherapy, NLP, Life Coaching (Beginner to Advanced), my belief that I had found my niche in life was cemented. That niche is to help people get unstuck and find more purpose and enjoyment in their lives.
I genuinely do understand when clients say they’re looking for a change, but don’t know what it is yet or how to achieve it. Because I have been there, done that and thankfully was lucky enough to walk away to now be doing a job where I never have to think “Thank God it’s Friday (TGIF).”

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