Live Like You Matter
We all get an opportunity to show up for this adventure called life. What modern neuroscience is showing us is that we can stay more in the now through the practice of mindfulness. We can develop and strengthen our minds and find meaning in life for what is important. By choosing calm, clear and connected moments in life, rather than emotional bouts of fuzzy craziness, we see more of what matters. Mindfulness helps us with this journey, in so many ways.
Working together we explore what matters, gives meaning and explore, challenge, accept. We use a bit of positive psychology, combining brain, body and emotional mindfulness. We support an ongoing practice and cheer you forward, to find your peace, perspective and the ability to recognize and find a path of your choosing.
“Hello, welcome and please explore our website! You can search and find plenty of mindfulness-based resources, training, videos, and details about my therapeutic approach to coaching and counseling services. My goal is to help everyone to live a life of greater self-awareness, autonomy, and appreciation for every present moment. We are all human beings, with so much to do, to live, survive and we thrive when we live a content life. We can move beyond suffering. I invite you to join me, in whatever ways is most comfortable for you, to get calm, clear and connected to this exciting adventure that we call life. Commit to it – 100%! It’s happening now.:) My promise is to help you, to the best of my abilities, to cultivate a life with purpose, one that matters. Check out my programs below too. You just might find something of interest? I invite suggestions, questions too. If you have any use the contact button above, or text me my cell phone is listed below.
Neuroscience Proves Mindfulness Works – Energy, Information & Flow
"For the first time we have shown there is actually a neurological reason for doing mindfulness meditation. Our findings are consistent with that mindfulness meditation teachers have taught for thousands of years."-David Creswell, Ph.D., University of California
"Building mind-fitness with mindfulness training may help anyone who must maintain peak performance in the face of extremely stressful circumstances, from first responders, relief workers and trauma surgeons, to professional and Olympic athletes."- Associate Professor Amishi Jha, University of Miami
"Our findings indicate that a short training program in mindfulness meditation has demonstrable effects on brain and immune function."-Professor Richard Davidson, University of Wisconsin
"The simple process of focusing on the breath in a relaxed manner, in a way that teaches you to regulate your emotions by raising one's awareness of mental processes as they're happening, is like working out a bicep, but you are doing it to your brain."-Fadel Zeidan, Ph.D., University of North Carolina
"Productivity rests on focused human attention."-Jermey Hunter. Ph.D., professor at Drucker School on executive management and MBA
"It's fascinating to see the brain's plasticity and that, by practicing meditation, we can play an active role in changing the brain and can increase our well-being and quality of life."-Brita Holzel, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School
People that Matter
“I have had the pleasure of working with Keith for the past year and all I can say is that it has been a life-changing experience. He has opened the door to mindfulness for me and continued to help coach me both in business and life. Truly a fantastic person and coach! Highly recommend!” – Matt
“By working mindfulness, I develop my mental muscles, so I can strengthen my life” – Mark
“It’s worth the time and money because the benefits can last a lifetime. I found the text messages and emailed follow-ups to be very valuable…” Doris
“Your workshop introduced me to very valuable information. I learned life lessons…” Andrea
This workshop was a wonderful introduction. It taught me numerous ways to begin and continue with a formal meditation practice. Also, I learned some techniques to use when feeling particularly stressed.”