“Life is not a cliché – it is as deep and refreshing as we allow ourselves to experience it.”
Mindfulness, as defined by Jon Kabat-Zinn, is this: “Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.”
A Mindful Inquiry-based life coaching, mediation and counseling practice is about being fully present, open minded and spiritually connected with current issues that feel to large to handle alone.
Mental impressions and ideas flow in on a daily basis which turns into a warehouse full of beliefs. You and I become captivated by what is arising in our thoughts from minute to minute and fail to sit in the present moment without judgement of ourselves or others. The sense of “just being alive” is lost. You are not your thoughts, but your thoughts are connected to your emotional states and often drive your decisions.
The only thing that blocks you from truly knowing yourself are your beliefs about yourself, others, and the world around you. Mindful Inquiry is about recognizing and removing your perceived obstacles that prevent you from living your life fully in the present moment. My life coaching and counseling practice invite you to identify and question any beliefs that stand in the way of your mental health, well-being, and happiness.
“Vulnerability is the birthplace of everything we’re hungry for.”