Voices of Significance

What women who have done alabastron have to say

How I Stopped Existing in What I Considered ‘Normal’ and Started Living

Let me briefly take you to my past so we can all set off from the same departure point. Mmmmh…you see…part of it I can’t even recall. Okay, before Alabastron, I, Rhomel was a broken lady. Not only did I live in the dark but I danced and dined there too. I was in a long-distance relationship with my daughter’s father. The once angelic and romantic relationship of weekends filled with roses and colored-scented candle surprises turned abusive. Before I knew it, we were in the courts, battling for child custody. I won.

The experience marred the way I viewed and related to men. My opinion of men was far from flattering, which I learned through the programme was a residue from childhood and past experiences. Growing up, my life was that of ‘survival of the fittest’. Our father died very early in my childhood, when I was barely 3 years old and my mother was partially deaf. In childhood, I had a good relationship with my siblings, which was shattered along the way, to a point where we could not speak to each other, for a year or so. One of my brothers is mentally-ill and living with him also caused me some physical and mental harm.

  I had perfected the Art and Science of hosting pity parties owing to the misery, I was wallowing in. I hopped from one religious meeting to the other. I even enrolled for several seminars and bought a near library full of motivational novels and notebooks, full of bible verses, which remain unread. I had perfected the Art and Science of hosting pity parties owing to the misery, I was wallowing in. I hopped from one religious meeting to the other. I even enrolled for several seminars and bought a near library full of motivational novels and notebooks, full of bible verses, which remain unread. Then one day, as I scrolled through Twitter, boom! I hit on an ad for an open day at Alabastron. I clicked on the ad, and with one click of a button, my life changed. I attended many Open classes. I then enrolled for the Alabastron Renewing Self journey. After participating in Renewing Self, I subsequently joined as a guide and have guided and walked with other women on the Renewing Self journey, more than once.

I never knew who I was as Rhomel, not until I took the journey that transitioned me into a calm lady and brought me to the realization that I am good enough and I am beautiful. Since taking Alabastron, I intentionally take time for myself. This means that I schedule regular self-reflection; proverbial meetings with myself; so that I am able troubleshoot and deal with challenges and uncertainties on the home, work and relationships fronts. This resolute behaviour, is in stark contrast to who I was before. Before Alabastron, I would beat myself up and dwell on the regretful moments. Can I say I was a ‘drama queen’? Yes, I was.

The Renewing Self journey re-equipped me with the tools, language and skills that built my confidence in making important decisions about my life. The most important of these being taking care of my daughter, which I had neglected; relinquishing control and responsibility and delegating it to others, because I thought I was not good enough. It also taught me who God is and His love for me. Through this journey, I have unlearned life-damaging limiting beliefs and am still evolving.

Ladies, there is a distinct feeling that emerges once you complete the Renewing Self-program. The effect of the Renewing Self Program is so individual and unique that as much as you may want or try, you surely cannot ‘unchew’ it, even for your twin sibling. What I mean is that, this experience is personal and deals with you at your particular point of need. Have you ever experienced a program that you would want every woman and girl, alike to experience? Alabastron checks these boxes for me.

As I sign off here, I want to attest, that, through Renewing Self Program, I have been profoundly transformed. Now, as a guide on the Program, I am blessed to help other women journey towards their transformation.

Do you resonate with Rhomel’s story and would like to transform yourself and how you view life like she did?

Join us for our FREE Open day on 18th August 2021 on zoom to learn how to Live, not exist.

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Alabastron Network Trust is an organization that is committed to equipping women to identify their self-defeating patterns and deal with them in order to live significantly.

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  • Nairobi Kenya
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