Mindfulness Coaching

Sometimes we don’t allow ourselves to fully experience intense emotions because we’re too busy rationalizing them. We tell ourselves “I shouldn’t feel this way“, or “I’ve got to get over this quickly“.

But unless we educate ourselves to label and face these feelings, as well as connect them with their rooted emotions, we won’t be able to build our emotional capital or learn to use the right tools to cope and learn from those feelings. We won’t be able to use our emotional data for the benefit of ourselves, or our colleagues, reports, family, friends, and community members.
 
Being mindful allows you to work through your emotions intelligently instead of acting on them impulsively, often to the detriment of ourselves and the ones we hold dear.

To practice mindfulness, start with the simple proposition that fear comes from the future and sadness comes from the past. Learning to be present helps us to stop ruminating, trapped by intense emotions, and wasting our time in the past or in the future instead of learning how to be mindful in the present moment.

So, my definition of mindfulness consists of four words: “Be Here, Not There”. How can you do that?

To start, here are seven steps which will allow you to achieve mindfulness through meditation:

  1. Calm your energy 
  2. Stay in the present moment
  3. Eliminate blame from your list of recurrent thoughts
  4. To better understand your emotions, label them
  5. Discern  where the emotions are located in your body
  6. Decode those emotions
  7. Listen to what your emotions are telling you and choose the best action that is in alignment with your best version of yourself 

It’s important to be honest with yourself about how you feel and learn to
use emotional data in understanding yourself, building relationships with others and making the best decisions possible in order to achieve your human potential and support others to do the same. Being in touch with your emotions is the key to growth and transcendence. To learn the difference between emotions and feelings and gain emotional management skills, stay centered and present, engage in transformational conversations, focus on rewarding relationships and your personal well-being, reach out and start your mindfulness coaching journey with me.

How it works.

Mindfulness is a self-compassion practice that encourages people to be in the present moment instead of ruminating about their past or worrying about their future. The technique involves observing our thoughts instead of suppressing them or overly identifying with them. Interested? You should be. Game on!

I provide coaching sessions via Zoom from wherever you are in the world. Each session lasts 60 minutes and normally costs $350 per session. I always
recommend a minimum of twelve sessions, to give yourself time to fully work on the issues and goals you want to address. For this reason, I offer the initial twelve sessions at the price of $300 each. In addition, to get you started I offer a 30-minute complimentary introductory session. Email your request.

Mindfulness is intimately connected to self-compassion. Self-compassion involves recognizing that suffering, pain, conflict, interpersonal challenges, and imperfection are all part of the shared human experience – something everyone experiences rather than something that happens to “me” alone. Do you want to practice self-compassion and start mindfulness coaching?  Don’t hesitate to contact me to ask for more information and to schedule your free introductory coaching session. Our only limits in life are those that we impose on ourselves. I can’t wait to support you in realizing your potential and moving into self- transcendence.

“We are stars wrapped in skin. The light you are seeking has always been within.”

– Rumi


 

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