I love helping people create ease in their lives. It’s so satisfying to help them un-complicate their minds, spaces, and relationships to work toward a desired outcome using some conventional methods, and…. not so conventional ones.
We’re all powerful and capable beings, not in the “stand up beat your chest” kind of way, but in the “stand in your truth and be you unapologetically” way. Even though it emerged later in life for me, I practice it everyday now, and I want my clients to realize their power and learn how to embrace it too.
I used to wonder if simply “helping people” was, well, too simple. However, watching my client experience a breakthrough, big or small, is all the proof I need.
When your mind is full of to-do’s, ideas, dreams, problems, etc., they may fade if you ignore them. If your sacred space has spun out of control, it can feel paralyzing. Or, when you experience frustration navigating the relationships around you—whether in love, friendship, co-worker, or stranger—it may adversely affect other parts of your life.