For most of my life, I believed that my past experiences had left me irreparably broken. I tried various approaches to healing myself, including traditional therapy and holistic therapies. I even became a Reiki Master Teacher and Bach Flower Practitioner, exploring numerous techniques and remedies. While these endeavors provided some relief, I still felt that something was missing deep within me. I often found myself caught in mood swings, struggled in relationships, and constantly felt inadequate.
That’s when I discovered the Three Principles—an inside-out understanding that transformed my perspective. I came to realize how our minds shape our experiences, how our thoughts create our reality, and how our feelings are on our side. Most importantly, I discovered that I was never truly broken; there was nothing to fix.
Initially, I grasped these principles on an intellectual level. However, as I engaged in ongoing conversations and received guidance from teachers like my mentors, Mavis Karn, and Dicken Bettinger, I began to witness their practical application in my life. I needed support to identify my blindspots, challenge my assumptions, and uncover the inherent wisdom within me. Through this process, my life became infused with lightness, self-love blossomed, relationships became more harmonious, and I gained the freedom to craft the fulfilling life I had always longed for.
I am a registered 3P practitioner in the 3 Principles Global Community (3PGC) and the 3PESP. I also served as the Project Manager for 3PESP and have mentored at Mindifit Coaching Academy in South Africa, contributing to the growth of aspiring coaches.
As a transformational coach, I am deeply passionate about my work. Guiding others to allow themselves to drop the shackles of the story of their past, find inner peace regardless of external circumstances, and unlock their true potential is an incredible gift. If you are seeking support and resonate with my approach, I invite you to reach out and schedule a conversation here. We can explore the possibility of working together and, if we aren’t the right fit, I can gladly refer you to some exceptional colleagues in the field.