WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE PART OF YOUR WORK?
Hearing from clients that their lives got better since using the Neuroscupting® practices. If I know I have helped people live better lives then I feel like I have lived my mission. It’s the individual moments of hope in each student’s eyes that fuel me.
WHAT’S YOUR LEAST FAVORITE PART OF YOUR WORK?
When I watch people suffer and the tools don’t work as fast as a pill might. Feeling helpless is rough and frustrating. When students are stuck there for too long it can be disheartening..
WHAT STILL EXCITES YOU AND KEEPS YOU ENGAGED WITH TEACHING MEDITATION?
People’s faces during moments of stress relief or a-ha moments where they come to a deeper understanding of self. After over a decade of professionally teaching meditation I can say that each session still feels full of excitement around the possibilities it opens up in my students.
IF YOU DIDN’T TEACH MEDITATION, WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU DO?
Cry every day! 🙂
WHAT ARE YOU EXCITED ABOUT LEARNING NEXT?
Deeper Medical Neuroscience. Each time I dive deeper into neuroscience I come away with a new understanding of how to guide others into their subtle realms for their deepest healing.
WHAT’S YOUR FINEST ADVICE FOR A NEWER TEACHER?
Make sure you are doing it because you love it and believe in it 1000%. That means you have to be a practitioner of what you teach. Walking the talk is most important when trying to help others. Students need to see and feel your integrity to trust you on a healing path.