The writer Charles Bukowski once wrote, ‘Find what you love, and let it kill you’. For him, a poetic way of saying to find what makes life meaningful and to dare to fully commit to it. Even if it means that in the process you have to dissolve an identity that no longer works for you. In other words, letting go of a story that does not serve you anymore and to transcend the beliefs and thought patterns that hold you back. What Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, has called ‘Flow’, or what Buddhists have called ‘Enlightenment’. When you find joy and meaning in what you are doing with your life, you will feel fulfilled, happy, strong and healthy.
Change is often scary. And changing yourself even more so. But to change does not mean to lose yourself. I believe it means becoming more of who you really are. Doing something in your life that you enjoy and gives you meaning will transform your life. From that change, other things will follow. Many things in our life are outside of our control, but the effort to get to know yourself better, to find out why you are here and what you need to do, is something that is in your own hands. You just have to have the courage to take a look inside and the willingness to act on what you find. This will help you find your true power.
Change is a process. It takes time and effort. I believe that people are more than capable of taking care of their own lives, but sometimes a little support and guidance can be helpful, and that is where I come in. It is my mission to help you gain clarity in your thinking and feeling. To (re)connect you to your inner strength and wisdom so that you can create the life you want. Because once you know yourself and what you want, everything is possible. I promise.