I am incredibly excited and grateful your path has led you here. Life is magical and your experience of yourself should be nothing less.
My wish is to motivate you to be your most authentic self, to release any self-limiting beliefs, and to help you return to your natural state of love, peace, and well-being, so that you may have the greatest positive impact on the world around you. There is no greater purpose than to be the person you’re meant to be.
I look forward to being a part of your journey, as much as you are part of mine.
I’ve been practicing Vipassana meditation in the tradition of S.N. Goenka since 2015. I came to it because all the things society says lead to happiness, didn’t. Chasing outcome after outcome left me feeling empty and burnt out. There had to be a better way to live life.
After exploring many forms of meditation, I found Vipassana to be the most effective method of getting to the root of the mind’s conditioned reactivity. Today, Vipassana lays the foundation for my courses and teachings.
I have studied with and learned from many of the luminaries of our time, including Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Brian Weiss, A Course in Miracles, Abraham, and countless others who have inspired me along the way.
I’m a graduate of the Eckhart Tolle School of Awakening and hold a certificate for Meditation Teacher Training from the Yoga Alliance (YACEP).
Meditation is never about denying one’s feelings. It’s about becoming more mindful and aware of them, so that they no longer rule you. Instead of reacting to a situation because you want it to be different, meditation helps you respond to what’s actually in front of you so you can deal with it efficiently and effectively.
You don’t have to give up your current life to become good at meditation. I recommend starting with 15 minutes in the morning and evening and letting the results inspire you from there.
The more you put into your practice, the more you develop a calm and clear mind for everyday situations. Every minute spent less in reactivity, every minute spent less lost in thought, is a minute you gain back to be the person you’re meant to be and live the life you’re meant to live.
You bring your mindful self to everything you do. It makes you better at your career, your art, your sport, your passions, even the things you don’t like doing. It makes you a better person with friends and family. It makes you better at life.