Life coaching offers a ‘life line’ in the fast paced high demand world we currently live.
While self-help has become a common phenomenon, I believe change tends to be more lasting when working with the support of a coach or mentor.
A coach or mentor is able to help clients:
I find, as a coach and mentor, this external lens can help clients dive into the healing space most needed for self-understanding, growth, and transformation. The lineage in which I have been trained incorporates spiritual well-being in the focus of our work together enabling clients to deepen in, broaden, and sometimes experience in a fresh way the religious and/or spiritual faith that most “anchors” them.
Coaching combined with spiritual mentorship helps create a bridge between the mystical and the practical to enrich and optimize your experience of life.
5 month program
Our program, Igniting the Path of the Heart, serves as a powerful platform for working with clients.
What’s the benefit of a 5-month program?
Committing to a 5-month period of personal growth with customized individual support:
As this relationship fosters a more intimate and personal connection, the number of clients enrolled in the 5-month program is limited to a select 5 at any given time. Is now the time for you?
“Supporting people to deepen their spiritual connection, find and embrace peace and joy in their lives, connect with their heart, and manifest their dreams and life purpose. This is my greatest joy and honor as a life coach and spiritual mentor.”
– Emily Paul, Aum Holistic Healing Arts
Life Coaching and Mentorship supports you in living a full and meaningful life.
When challenges arise or you feel ‘stuck’ a life a coach or mentor supports you to:
Areas of your life you may notice benefit include:
Please note life coaching and mentoring IS NOT a substitute for mental health counseling. It can work together with and compliment counseling! Mentoring also works well with healing modalities such as Chinese medicine, allopathic Western medicine, naturopathy, chiropractic, homeopathy, and art therapy, to name a few.