KEY #1

​Soothe your mental-emotional state
​in minutes instead of hours. 

KEY #1


It's not hard to master your mind when you know how. Learning this is just like anything else. You don't know how to drive a car until someone teaches you. You don't know how to gain mastery over your mind until someone teaches you.

When our thinking mind is overly stimulated or overly active, our thoughts stir our emotional body. We struggle to relax (or maybe feel lethargic all the time), can't get restful sleep (or maybe want to sleep all the time), are uncomfortable when alone, and tend to be exhausted or overwhelmed. We feel stressed, tense, and fidgety. We more easily slip into toxic habits, situations, and knee-jerk reactions.  We experience chronic anxiety, fatigue, and perhaps depression too. We lack clarity and feel unsettled,  making it hard to focus and complete things. Our immune system is compromised, leaving us vulnerable to illness and disease.

Living in a constant state of mental-emotional overdrive keeps us from connecting to our core self, which makes it difficult to heal or access our truth, power, and genuine joy. This is a setup for ongoing suffering, for feeling deflated, defeated, or lost — like we're spinning our wheels, doing our best, and yet keep finding ourselves unhappy.
​But we can stop this struggle.


Changing how our thinking mind thinks takes a specific kind of approach, just as toning certain muscles in the body takes a specific kind of exercise. Once we know the approach that's right for us, freedom is ours.

Over decades of intense study and practice, I learned some simple and powerful ways to gain mastery over the mind, to break free of its hidden habits and strategies, the ones that keep us trapped in struggle. Today I teach my coaching clients how to do this, individualized for their particular obstacles.

If you're ready for this level of transformation in your life, book a session and let's get started.​