Clarity, Purpose, & Path
We suddenly live in a new world since the recent emergence of the coronavirus and COVID-19. Many people feel overwhelmed with fear and uncertainty.
We suddenly are faced with how small our world is and how connected we are. All you have to do is look at how quickly and far-reaching this virus has spread.
But, what if you don’t have to be consumed with fear during this phase? What if you can learn to calm your mind and body? What if there are powerful positive ways that this experience can help us grow individually and collectively?
If you’d like support and tools for navigating this new world, contact me for information.
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My introduction about my work before the coronavirus:
What you desire IS possible even if you don’t yet believe it.
Are you willing to step onto the path? Begin the journey? Even if you don’t yet believe you can?
The people I work with have a growth mindset. They are self-reflective and always wanting to be better, do better, and have better. My clients are inspired to develop their minds, bodies, and intuitive systems in order to create greater well-being, success, and happiness in every area of their lives.
They also bump into the inevitable challenges of being human. They want more from life. They get confused or feel lost in a life transition or new business. Sometimes they just can’t see clearly on their own and could use some help getting to the next level.
I’m a clinical psychologist, Reiki Master, and wellness coach. I bridge science and energy psychology techniques to guide clients toward the Clarity, Purpose, and Path necessary to create their Soul-full life.
Life and growth are not processes for the faint of heart. This journey takes work and heart.
Maybe you’re successful but are frustrated because you really want more from your life, work, and relationships. Maybe everything seems to be working out but you just aren’t happy.
Many of us get lost in transitions like aging, retirement, grief, new careers or businesses, new creative expression, or being in the midst of a spiritual crisis.
These are many of the common life challenges people want our work to address.