Tag: emotional freedom

develop generosity of spirit with spiritual counseling & coaching

What It Means To Be a Generous Spirit

What would be the best version of yourself? Which are the most valuable qualities and features of the person you yearn to become—a more centered, clearer, and empowered you? I’m going to guess generosity is one of them, for it’s the nature of your soul to want to make a contribution to your community and the world, no matter how…

harness the power of prayer with spiritual counseling & coaching

The True Power of Prayer

Words are powerful. You can hurt or uplift someone’s spirit with the energy behind your verbal expression. But when words become prayer, they shape a bridge reconnecting you to your true cosmic nature, devoid of ego. Of course, you can use words, mantras, yantras, visualizations, emotional intent, or the concentration of a quiet mind to pray. When you do, you…

personal & spiritual growth with spiritual counseling & coaching

The Key To Personal & Spiritual Growth

Your life is a series of individualized experiences unfolding through big and small cycles that give you the sense of who you are, what your life path is about, and the choices you must make to move forward on this path—as opposed to running in circles or getting stuck along the way. The extent and depth of your experiences depend…

reclaim your capacity for joy with spiritual counseling & coaching

How To Reclaim Your Capacity For Joy & Wonder

Are you aware that you’re a vehicle of energy? Wherever your attention goes your energy follows—along with your creative power. But in the modern age of information, which is quickly turning into the age of confusion, your clarity is even more precious: the ability to discern what’s true, or not, allows you to make conscious, spiritually responsible choices rather than…

discover the divine feminine within with a spiritual counselor & coach

The Tenacious Search For The Truth

When I graduated high school I was confused about which career path to follow. In the French school I attended you could choose either a science, humanities or tech curriculum; I had chosen science, because I enjoyed spending long hours at home solving Physics problems and figuring things out. But I also loved literature, philosophy, anthropology, art, and music. So…