Relationships are in everything and most importantly with self. we forget this along the way.

I’ve been facilitating clients, a shoulder for friends and navigating my own twisted versions of love for several decades. As a daughter, a sibling, a lover, a wife, a friend and a mother of five, I’ve learned, how you do relationships is how you do them, even though the other person is in a different role and it often doesn’t seem that way.

What if getting it right, is simply, getting it true for you?

“When I chose to dissolve my marriage, I also set the intention that I didn’t want to fight with him, over anything, to include our kids.  Initially, I created a beautiful story that I wanted to play out with him. I wanted to let go of the coupleship and keep the rest. I mean, why not?  We were raising kids together, had been family for many years and on many levels, he was my best friend. By this stage in our relationship, we really knew each other and I really loved him despite no longer desiring to be his wife…”

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What contribution can I be to you?

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“I’ve learned; commitment to self creates stronger relationships, you can love someone and know that you don’t want to be with them, things don’t have to end badly to end, and most importantly, the invisible contracts live on past the letting go and continue to dance their way through new choices when left intact. Deal with them.”

-Michelle Lyall

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Is it time for a change?

I’ve stood defined in the twisted reality of requiring respect, needing it, trying to earn it and simply being disrespected.  I’ve stood frozen, watching from somewhere outside myself, knowing that this was the moment I needed to leave the situation, to walk away.  That moment, I know all too well. The one where I stand there with flooding emotions, my body turns up the heat and sadness pours in and the questioning begins to own my mind, rationalizing every second, running the old stories, the hows, whys, and buts.  Anger follows and stops the mind game and rants it’s own twisted versions of my reality till compassion comes in and takes over and I stay, again and again. This scenario replayed in each relationship, in all the places that love calls me. Where did I learn that love doesn’t require respect or that respect is love and outside of self?

-Michelle Lyall

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Receive The NO!

I forgot that in the creation of all the things I loved to do was my brilliance at the core and that wasn’t something I was letting go of even though it looked as though it all belonged to someone else on the outside.

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About Michelle Lyall

Michelle Lyall, is an inspirational coach, mind/body intuitive, business visionary, mother, writer, joy seeker and an adventure junkie.

She has an incredible capacity for seeing many different perspectives and opening up possibilities in this reality.

She bridges education with over 20 years of experience in experiential therapies and energetic modalities into a large toolbox where her facilitation and dedication to being the energy required in each session, goes beyond any point of view or limitation that may otherwise arise.