I am an International Life Coach, Workshop Leader and artist working in the UK and around the work help people to come into relationship with themselves and expand their vision of their lives.
What do you do, mostly?
I coach individuals and groups to open their hearts and step into their purpose. In London I also work with long term unemployed, disabled people, women's groups and people with homeless and mental health issues. I work with coaching, dance and drama techniques.
What matters most in the world?
Love. If you can love and accept yourself and be at peace with yourself you can do this for others. Learning how to open your heart and become who you really are is a key. Your heart holds all the mysteries of who you are and as you listen to your heart you will know what to do and how to be in the world. This is how you can give love to the world- through truly being your authentic self and giving this out.
If you were Prime Minister what would you do?
I would put regular heart dance and emotional intelligence classes in the Houses of Parliament and in all schools and places where major decisions are made. I would make it a priority to guide all people to learn how to heal their hearts and to start to create peace in all institutions. I would make relationship and sexual education compulsory from age 6 in schools and I would get children to start projects about kindness and love to take to those in power. I would make coaching more accessible to teenagers and young adults and I would encourage older people to share their wisdom by becoming mentors.
What does Soft Power say to you?
It says lets talk about issues and lets listen to each other, it says people matter more than competition and it says lets work together rather than apart. It says together we can build something and perhaps make a better world.
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What would you like from this site?
To meet other like minded people, to be more involved with people in Politics and those with power and to be able to suggest training in the heart for those in power.
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