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If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change the way you think about it.
— Mary Engelbreit


Have you noticed how you’ll be thinking about something or someone and just like that it shows up or they call you? It makes you feel kinda super human right? It’s also known as the law of attraction. Neuroscience is confident that what’s happening in your life is a direct reflection of your thinking. If you’re interested in living with more happiness, greater success in relationships and work, and a deeper connection to your life purpose, this is the place to begin.

My job as your coach is to support you on your journey. It will look something like this.

We’ll take a look at what’s working and what needs attention. You’ll answer some questions that will lead to new insights and possibilities. Next, we’ll set some measurable and attainable goals. Then you’ll get in the trenches of your life and practice, practice, practice. Like my yoga teacher always says, “The practice is the practice”.  

turn over in ones mind, mirror back, think deeply or carefully about. meditate on, muse over.

adjust the lens you are seeing things through, focus on something new or different to make an image more clear.

change or restore to a different or former position or state;
change one's position or attitude

adjust, correct or set something again or differently; as in attitude or goals

provide new wiring,  as in the neurons of the brain

to make something new, fresh, or strong again. to begin something again especially with more force or enthusiasm.

to give new life or freshness to, to take recreation or play

connect back together, join, link back together, as in mind body and soul


This is your life. Make it amazing!

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The birds have vanished down the sky.
Now the last cloud drains away.
We sit together, the mountain and me,
Until only the mountain remains.
— Li Po


I can’t go anywhere without hearing, “you need to meditate”,  “you should be meditating”, “you’d be so much smarter if you’d only meditate”.   Meditation seems to be the answer for everything these days.

But what is meditation? How is it done? Is there a right or wrong way to meditate?  How will I know if I’m doing it correctly?

The purpose of meditation is to connect the mind, body and spirit. There’s no right or wrong way to do it, so you can’t mess it up.  Our minds are habitually prone to check out. Our thoughts are always searching for a distraction, looking for something that will take away the boredom, pain or discomfort we may be feeling.  Corralling a busy “monkey mind” requires practice. Though it’s impossible to stop your mind from thinking, you can attain a happy peaceful mindset, by managing the monkey mind.  When you meditate, you’ll begin to feel you’re doing it “right” when you can quiet your mind.  Some call this, the space between thought.

It’s easy to start.

The breath is a mirror to the mind and it’s a really great entry point to meditation. Become a better breather.  Simple huh?

By paying attention to, and regulating your inhales and exhales, you will access a calm, focused and happy mind.

Stillness is the new busy.
— Nancy Anderson

Change your thoughts, change your mind, change your brain, change your life.

Learn to meditate:
•    Learn to use your breath to access peace and calm any where and at any time
•    Learn to control and manage your “monkey mind”
•    Happiness can be learned – change your breath, change your attitude
•    Meditation 101 – basic meditation skills

How many more breaths do you have in this life?
How many more conversations?
What and who do you want to be around?
Step in to it and embrace it.
Fall madly in love with it.
— Rusty Wells