Mindfulness, mission statement


My mission is to guide people on their path to physical, mental and spiritual healing so they can live happier, healthier lives and a balanced state of well-being.

Guiding Principles

Each Person is Unique.

Like our fingerprints, each person’s body, mind and spirit are unique. Each person has a range of abilities and conditions. Our experiences and upbringing add to our distinctiveness. What works for one person may not work for another.  Therefore, each person’s healing path is different.

Treat Others with Integrity, Compassion, & Respect.

People want to be understood and treated with compassion and empathy. Nobody wants to be pitied or judged. I practice and honor genuine respect and sensitivity to all differences.

Disability is a Condition of the Ego Mind, Not the Body.

No person is broken or damaged. Some of us are warriors on a healing journey. Our conditions or situations may frustrate us, but they do not define us. We are all gloriously unique. We are who we are.

We acknowledge that the inner judge (the Ego Mind), if we allow it, has negative power. When we harness the Ego, we no longer allow it to control our thoughts and emotions. We find beauty and grace when we recognize our liabilities as our greatest gifts.

Surrender to What is.

Surrender does not mean giving up. We heal and find inner peace when we allow ourselves to let go of uncertainties, conditions and situations beyond our control.

Forgiveness is Crucial.

Forgiveness does not mean we condone any negative thought or action toward us or others. Forgiveness is the ability to let go, freeing us from emotional reactivity and “the instability of our own mind.”

Perfection is an Aberration.

Perfection only exists in the unrealistic expectations we place on ourselves.  The perfect body, perfect skin color, perfect job, and perfect relationship do not exist. Mistakes are simply teachable moments.

Learning Never Stops.

Life constantly introduces us to experiences, people and places that help us grow intellectually, mentally and spiritually. We thrive when we accept growth and change as healthy constants.

Healing is an Integrative Process.

The body, mind and spirit are interconnected systems. One system cannot function optimally if the others are ailing.  Humans are complex beings with varying issues and deserve to be treated holistically. Root causes should be identified and treated – not just the symptoms.