Greater Sarasota Coaches Alliance May 2019 Meeting

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Topic: Coaching Rembrandt

Presenter: Jacobina Trump, GSCA Member

Presentation Description:
Rembrandt van Rijn is considered one of the greatest visual artists in the world and in the history of art. But was Rembrandt truly reaching his potential in life? He had it all and he lost it all: his wife, his house, his reputation, his children. He came from poverty and went back to poverty, this despite his paintings now being worth $500 million.

I always do a reading from the Akashic Records first when I work with clients, and I saw that he worked with the energy of power. If he had used this properly, he could have had everything he wanted. If I were able to go back in time and be his coach, I would help empower him to learn how to strengthen his left brain thinking in addition to his brilliant right brain thinking to focus on how money works so he could balance the two hemispheres.

It's by creating a balance between the two hemispheres that we can secure happiness and fulfillment.

Our Presenter:
Jacobina Trump is a soul realignment practitioner who coaches people with the help of the Akashic Records. Born in the Netherlands, she went to study for five years at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague, Holland and subsequently became a teacher there. Her professional path includes such artistic pursuits as stage set designer, photographer, art director, and (decorative) painter. She moved to The US in 1995 after an extended stay of three years in the Caribbean. She has lived in Sarasota since 2010.

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