There was a time when I was living a very depressing life. It was filled with resentment, anger, distrust, no self-confident, self-sabotage, limited happiness, and so on. It was a vicious cycle, until . . .
. . . I became aware that I could create a different life. I learned that I could change the way I think and create the life I hoped to live. My new motto became; change your thoughts, change your thinking, change your life.
I spent an entire year discovering what the thoughts were in my mind that were running my life and reprogramming that incredibly debilitating belief system of mine!
The long story short, I have experienced psychological, emotional, physical and sexual abuse in my life. I was a serious underdog and who I am today is a polar opposite of who I was.
I never would have realized what was in my mind and how it was damaging my life without the guidance of my first coach - Louise Hay. Diving deep into my subconscious and unraveling my beliefs was an eye opener that changed my life.
It wasn’t always easy, however with courage, commitment and consistency I began to feel different. I began to feel happiness and radiate this to those around me.
I learned so much about myself. Why I was making the decisions I was, reacting the way I did and what all that anger was doing to me – ouph.
It wasn’t pretty let me tell you.
As my coaches made me accountable for my own change I was able to stay consistent and grow exponentially in a short amount of time.
When you see the confidence, joy and endless energy I have today you would never believe I lived through what I did.
Thanks to studying with Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, and Dr. Joe Dispenza, (to name a few) I live a very joyfull life today.
I am deeply grateful for the transformation that took place for me. Honestly I never would have thought life could be so beautiful.
This radical transformation led me to love what I do and do what I love - lead others through their transformational journey to a life they love living.
But it’s not all about the mind. I’ve been a body worker for the last 12 years as part of my journey. I not only had to heal my mind, I also had to heal my body from the emotional pain it stored and the abuse it received.
I know that taking care of your body is just as important as taking care of your mind. In fact, it all works together. It's a bit too much to explain here.
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Mindset Strategist, Transformational Life Coach, and Massage Therapist