“I was having a lot of problems because of a really traumatic breakup… a lot of unwanted thoughts about the breakup, my ex, and my self-worth. It was difficult to engage with normal everyday problems… they were crippling. [The Emotional Mastery program processes] have really given me a set of coping tools. I was finally able to laugh again.” ~ Ara Shirinian ~
“I don’t have flashbacks any more, or have to re-experience my trauma. The Emotional Mastery program helped me take control of my emotions, rather than being ruled by them. I finally feel free of all the burdens of my past and can move forward and start everything in a new light.” ~ Suzie Regnier Bellerose ~
I’ve discussed a little bit of my past relationships in older posts. Lately I’ve been considering setting up a program to help heartbroken people heal from toxic relationships and meet your perfect partner, *without* wasting time dating the wrong people, OR chasing after people that “just aren’t that into you”, through a step by step process that allows you to meet the best person for you AND begin building new healthy relationships from the start. I started thinking. What if… meeting your perfect person could be an adventure, instead of a struggle? I invite you to join my free group to find out the answer.. . Join the Adventure to True Love group on Facebook I’ll see you inside the group!
One of the most common questions I get about coaching is “why do I coach naked?” I believe that we have become so accustomed to sexualizing everything about nudity that people tend to have a lot of fears and emotions about exposing their bodies. Those very thought patterns are among the many reasons that I became the Naked Life Coach. Non-sexual nudity is so beneficial during coaching because it allows people to unveil their truest selves. By uncloaking our outer shells, we can foster open communication and freedom in our interactions. You enjoy faster and more authentic results when there is nothing behind which to hide. Being naked may seem scary at first, which is why we do it together. The vulnerability that comes with revealing your truest self – physically and emotionally – is a journey on which I guide you as we work together in coaching sessions. The […]
One of the components of my approach to coaching centers on the use of meditation as a tool for wellness. Over the years, meditation has gotten a bad rap. People have come to associate it with an intense spiritual process that can only be undertaken by serious students of a philosophy or ideology. And it is true that followers of many different spiritual backgrounds do meditate. But it’s not just for people who seem to be immediate experts in the art of clearing their minds and sitting for hours on end. Meditation is – and should be – for everyone. The benefits of meditating are far too many to even name here, but let’s just say that you can work through mental, emotional and even physical obstacles with meditation. The science is there to back this up: meditation has been proven to help with symptoms from physical ailments, including cancer, […]
Sooo many people dread Valentine’s Day because they lack someone special with which to share it. I’ve never gotten overly excited about February 14 because I prefer to randomly show love for my partner without any cues from Hallmark. But I do believe that one of the most important things you can do on a day that is all about love is manifest those same feelings for yourself. Generating feelings of self-love only attracts more external love into your life. Now, don’t confuse this with a lack of humility. We’re not talking about narcissism here; it’s never good to be so enamored with yourself that you have none left for anyone else. The kind of self love I am referring to is rooted in acceptance, worth and a desire to put forth the best version of yourself. People are attracted to this kind of self-love. It signals that you are […]
Valentine’s Day is next Friday, so I’ve spent some time reflecting on my romantic relationships. I used to be a toxic partner. I can admit that now. Not intentionally, but I had no clue that I had a hidden relationship pattern, caused by my parents’ divorce. This pattern was sabotaging my relationship. Through my last toxic relationship, the breakup, and heartbreak that followed, I learned soooooo much! Afterwards, I was single for seven years. It sucked because I really wanted to have a good relationship. However, I was definitely attracting the wrong people, or the people I was attracted to weren’t into me. I learned along the way and kept growing. I finally figured it out. That’s when I met someone who had a mutual attraction to me. We dated for a year, and he was a good guy. But there was still something missing. I learned and tweaked again. When […]