Crisis hurts the soul and breaks hearts.
Crises send us into the unknown – without knowing whether we will ever come back whole.
Crises can hit our most sore areas and stop, weaken or paralyze us.
Crisis can be destructive.
In short, crisis often is a terrible experience, and therefore something we fear.
Unfortunately, however, crisis is not always something we choose consciously.
Often we are “thrown into” a crisis or “end up” in a crisis.
And what do we do then?
We are, of course, doing the best we have learned.
But even this best is not always enough to keep us floating.
In my own experience, you need help when you are in a crisis.
Massive help even.
You need to quickly gather other perspectives and competences than before.
“One can not solve a problem with the same consciousness that created it,” Einstein said.
If you want to get well through a crisis then you need to upgrade your awareness.
Aswell as your toolbox, mindset, habits, self-perception, life-sight and practice.
I know what I am talking about because I have experienced a crisis, when I lost my 7-year-old son after six months with highly aggressive incurable cancer.
It is 6 years ago and I learned more from this crisis than from any education, relationship, job or leadership position I have had.
Now I am ready to share what got me through, and how to go up instead of down from a crisis.
That’s why I’ve created a new course for you who know about crisis and would like to turn it into a quantum leap.
Contact me if you are interested in hearing more.
If you have experienced crisis, I would love to hear your questions or best tips in the comments below.
Best regards, Kirsten
PS: Here’s a video about my deepest crisis: losing my beloved middle child.