You are an immigrant.
You should be happy, since you live better than
some … you are not.
Deep inside you feel a sense of separation from both worlds.
You don’t belong anywhere any more.
Not here, not where you’ve come from.
Your friends here don’t understand you fully because they don’t know much about your origins.
Your friends “at home” have no understanding of what it is like to be an immigrant & live so far away. You don’t even try explaining yourself, because: “what’s the point?”
Figuring out what you want becomes more and more difficult. You don’t know anymore what truly makes you happy.
When were YOU truly happy?
Do you remember?
You’ve got millions of things going on, trying to keep your like looking “normal”
YOUR SOUL SUFFERS.
I have tried soothing/distracting myself with:
• staying always busy
• working hard to create an illusion of successful life
• buying stuff I didn’t really need
• always on a go
• volunteering way more than I really wanted to create sense of self value
• people pleasing like it was the only thing I was born to do
• creating an illusion of whom I thought others wanted me to be not whom I really was
Have you ever tried addressing the deep innfer conflict, the emptiness within you?
Being always busy, creating an illusion of a happy life when deep inside you feel empty and lost only makes it worse.
If this feeling stays with you the majority of the time, at the very base you life is not working right. It’s time to address it.
I’m here to help you navigate these unknown inner territories.
It’s time to invest in yourself within, because another item of clothing, another trip, another promotion or a new car will not fill that empty space. If it did – you wouldn’t feel that deep “hole” within when everything stops and you have a moment to yourself.
How? I will guide you deep into your mind so we can see in detail why your life feels the way it does. I will hand over the facts and tools you need to know, all while transforming the way you think about yourself and your life situation.
With time you will develop deep sense of inner peace.
It’s a beautiful place to be.
I came to the United States in January 2005, alone, as a AuPair. I met my future husband in May of that year and I decided to stay.
Because of that:
● I know how hard it is to feel like you don’t belong. Not here where
you live now, not where you come from. So many of us feel lost.
“Hanging in the middle”, full of uncertainty and guilt. I know a way
out of this spot, and I will teach it to you.
● I know first hand how hard it is to find yourself in a foreign country,
not speaking fluently or control much happening around you. How
long it took you to gain a solid understanding of this new reality
you found yourself in.
● I know the deep heartbreak you felt when you were leaving your
loved ones behind. Heartbreak re-experienced at the end of every
● I understand how hard it can be to overcome insecurities that
come up in everyday life.
● I know the sadness you feel when you visit your home and find
your parents aging, and there is nothing you can do to bring back
the years spent away from them.
● I know what it feels like to spend another Christmas away from
your loved ones, familiar traditions, foods, music, and everything
else that used to give so much meaning to that time of the year.
This and so much more.
We might have different backgrounds, but heartbreaks and
insecurities feel the same.
We create our thoughts, our feelings, our actions and our results.
Law of Attraction has to be manifested from all three levels of existence, not just thought. You can’t sit on a couch and talk yourself into making a million dollars. You’ve got to earn it by providing millions of dollars worth of value.
Not every coaching school is the same. I chose the best one for a reason. My #1 goal is to help look for the cause of your behavior.
With my guidance you explore the deeper truths hiding within you. And as result you gain self awareness, control, and choices.
Ever since I was a child I have always been the friend that listens.
Naturally my mind would look for the common thread in behaviors,
zooming out to see the bigger picture and offer insight. I have been
studying self-improvement ever since I came to the US. I had a lot to
improve on. Trust me.
I’m 40 now and truly looking forward to my 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and so on. I can not wait to see whom I will be then. I’m looking forward to the even deeper sense of freedom maturity brings.
But I had to learn the hard way, as most of us do.
I hung out here for years, cuz ya know, this is such a fun place to be. I still visit at times but I don’t live here.