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Simply, I help people be the best they can be, building the life of their dreams while walking softly on the planet. With my education and training, I offer insight into the beliefs and behaviors that are self-defeating.
Most people get off track, find themselves stalled out or feel lost occasionally. People want help and practical support in getting back on Path in their lives.
I can work short term (1-3 sessions) and help you identify areas in your life you want to change.  I prefer to work with you over a season to set realistic goals, create new patterns and help be the star of the life you are meant to live.

     LIVE  LIFE  FULLY!           &      in harmony...


To take the world as one finds it, the bad with the good, making the best of the present moment—to laugh at Fortune alike whether she be generous or unkind—to spend freely when one has money, and to hope gaily when one has none—to fleet the time carelessly, living for love and art—this is the temper and spirit of the modern Bohemian in his outward and visible aspect.


It is a light and graceful philosophy, but it is the Gospel of the Moment, this exoteric phase of the Bohemian religion; and if, in some noble natures, it rises to a bold simplicity and naturalness. It may also lend its butterfly precepts to some very pretty vices and lovable faults, for in Bohemia one may find almost every sin save that of Hypocrisy. ...


His faults are more commonly those of self-indulgence, thoughtlessness, vanity and procrastination, and these usually go hand-in-hand with generosity, love and charity; for it is not enough to be one’s self in Bohemia, one must allow others to be themselves, as well. ...


What, then, is it that makes this mystical empire of Bohemia unique, and what is the charm of its mental fairyland? It is this: there are no roads in all Bohemia! One must choose and find one’s own path, be one’s own self, live one’s own life.   (Burgess, Gelett. "Where is Bohemia?" collected in The Romance of the Commonplace. San Francisco: Ayloh, 1902. pp. 127–28)

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