Official bios give you a list of accomplishments, skills and talents. But we all know that kind of a bio barely scratches the surface of who someone is.
Let me dive deeper: I'm a mystic, a creative, a catalyst, and most especially a lover of life.
I do my utmost to point to the source of our infinite creative potential and shared being.
Aren't we all looking for the Big Four: happiness, fulfillment, connection and love.
I share what I love: how to play our role fully in the ever-present, always unfolding expression of Life.
I write, speak and facilitate programs that point to our true nature and possibilities. When we know what those are, our lives radiate with joy, well being and fulfillment.
Some time ago, I realized that many of the challenges an artist faces are exactly the same as the people who think of themselves as non-artists or non-creatives. For example,
~ Insecurity (Is it good enough?)
~ Comparison (they're much better than I am)
~ Expectations (I've got to get this right)
~ Judgment (This is awful - and so am I)
Much of what gets in our way is self-induced. That's the good news. We can change that.
We suffer from chronic overthinking and unnecessary suffering. That, too, is within our ability to change.
When we lose our way it’s because we’ve lost touch with our true nature and what we hold most dear.
Finding our way back home brings with it a deep sense of aliveness, inner freedom and purpose.
A little about my formal training: I have over 30 years of exploration and plenty of certifications in the fields of psychology, personal development, energy medicine and the wisdom traditions. I hold Certification as an Advanced Transformative Coach through Michael Neill's Supercoach Academy and have studied (among other things) non dual teachings, the Sedona Method, Byron Katie's The Work and The Three Principles. I have a graduate degree in psychotherapy and an undergraduate degree in fine art.
To find out more, let's talk.