“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” – Carl Jung Have you ever felt irritated with someone? I assume that I’m not the only person that has ever felt irritated or impatient. I also know that this feeling is really uncomfortable. Perhaps, if you’re like me, you’ve noticed that your first response is to think to yourself, “If they change, or didn’t do this
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My name is Bev Janisch and I offer meditation training and "inner" life coaching for people who are ready to go on a journey in order to feel more peaceful and ignite their inner sparkle.
The following services are designed for people that realize that life is meant to be lived from the inside out:
Learn To Meditate
GO FROM INNER STRESS TO CALM AND FOCUSED
Do you want to learn to meditate but don't know where to begin? I've made it easy for you with a couple of options. You can arrange a private session for personalized instruction, or sign up for a group workshop.
Learn powerful, time-tested practices that are simple and easy to do at home to improve your health, calm your mind and build your resilience to stress.
Inner Sparkle Coaching
GET CLEAR ABOUT YOUR “SELF”
This 3-month one-on-one coaching program, “Ignite your Inner Sparkle”, is a signature program for women who are ready to re-connect with themselves, learn some tools and sparkle!
Make profound transformations in your life with tools and techniques to get clear about who you are and what you want. You’ll receive a 7-step blueprint and a compassionate mentor to guide you every step of the way.
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How we define success matters. Our definition of success sets the stage for all areas of our life: How we participate in relationships, how we raise our children, how we fulfill our vocation, and even how we feel about our health. It ultimately determines whether we are moving closer to or farther away from the highest possible version of ourselves. For much of my life, my definition of success came
When people think about meditation, they often have an image of someone sitting crossed-legged on a cushion on the floor, eyes closed, waiting for inner peace to wash over them. After meditating for a few years I’ve come to realize that meditation isn’t about what happens when your eyes are closed, it’s about how you live your life. All of your life; both the messy parts that feel uncomfortable and