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Inner dynamics for me?

Inner dynamic coaching is for those of you already on the personal development /spiritual path for a while and yet you somehow still feel incomplete, lost or stuck.

You’re ready to do the deeper work, to seek the last missing pieces of your jigsaw puzzle.

You know those answers you seek lie within.


Maybe you are someone who has a fear of rejection, have done quite some self-development work, read self-help books, listened to podcasts, done some online course, been to various workshops, hell maybe even had a personal coach. On a logical level, you know where your fear of rejection (for example) stems from but it doesn’t stop you from being triggered and falling back into old patterns of behavior.

" Why can’t I….."

I’m guessing you know these words all too well right? Words which create only more why’s and a feeling of frustration, or annoyance, or sadness etc. These feelings are “parts”, parts of you that really are just doing their job.

These parts have a very good reason to show up, the question is do you know why that is?

Keeping with the example of fear of rejection. It is the inner child who first experiences rejection, not the adult. The child self internalizes these experiences, gives them meaning and forms coping strategies (i.e. a people pleaser part) which are intended to keep him/her safe and protect him/her from not being or feeling further rejected. As we mature we begin to recognize these behaviors as unhelpful and at some point acknowledge they are in fact holding us back from being truly who we yearn to be and so naturally we want to change these behaviours.


When you are seeking to understand yourself on a deeper level and get to the source of what is really going on beneath the surface and truly want to heal then please connect with me because inner dynamic coaching will bring you to the next level on your spiritual path.



“Unless you heal the root of a problem, the pain will not go away.

You can hide from it, but the problem stays until you dig deep”. Leon Brown