Presence and stillness provide an opening to a part of ourselves that wants to be healed.

But this opening can be painful, and that’s why most people avoid it. And so it’s much easier to be busy, occupy yourself with distractions and avoid the stillness.

But eventually this strategy catches up with you because the pain gets stronger, the armour gets heavier to carry and it seems that you can’t avoid it any longer. Something has to change because what’s currently going on isn’t sustainable.

It could be your job, the way you show up in your job, who you are in your relationships or your lack of relationships, the toxicity with people in your life or merely the dissatisfaction of your own life.

When you allow yourself to be still and when you have the courage to let the thoughts rush in, that is when you start the process of allowing yourself to heal, let go, learn and grow.

In my workshops and through my one-on-one coaching, I use meditation, nature and visualization as a way to provide stillness, to stop the wheels and finally let the thoughts rush in. It’s through this and a compassionate yet powerful coaching process where people truly experience transformation. It’s through the letting go in order to make room for the new where people discover their true authentic selves and are inspired to show up in that every single day.