Mission and company purpose

Company Mission & Mindfulness tools

Our Mission and Company Purpose

Providing the community with positive mindfulness tools that promote permanent and positive changes within your mind, body and soul. The mind is busy place in which we get stuck within way too often.  Let's silence the mind and the race within by learning how to master thoughts that rule the behavior.  It's vital to learn how to master your reaction to events which rule your world.  This can be done in a limited amount of time. Time is of the essence as we have so little of it to manage our lives effectively. 

Emily's Story

From Emily's earliest memories she has been a Medium. Her empathy & sensitivities have been trained to give her a long list of talents.

2005 Emily lived in Hawaii and began work on cold cases.  In 2008, she moved to Australia where she studied and worked as an intuitive in many applications.  Some of her work included: card reader, paranormal investigator for haunted sites, therapist at wellness centers & crystal shops, sweat lodge & ceremony, and sound workshops in a yurt!  Among her many teachers, her most valued, taught her Transformation Therapy, which is an eastern philosophy approach to healing. We have named this service Quantum Body Processing. It's a proprietary technique mastered and taught by Emily. 

Her clients vary in their interests from medical ailments, gaining deeper awareness of things, spiritual guidance, law of attraction and abundance work, family, addiction and abuse therapies, and mindful balancing, soul-attachment clearing, P.T.S.D, identifying one's purpose, spiritual empowerment and many more.

Please contact us if you have any questions about how our services may be able to serve you.

Among Emily's Teachers, her most valued, taught her Transformation Therapy in Mindfulness
Among Emily's Teachers, her most valued, taught her Transformation Therapy in Mindfulness

Emily is a Certified Mindfulness Coach

Certified Master Practitioner  In Mindfulness and transformation

Emily is certified in  Life Coaching and Mindfulness Techniques to other professionals in the industry.

Why Do you need a mindfulness coach?


Answer 1: One on One Coaching

Are you needing personal space and one on one coaching. Are you the type of person who just doesn't feel comfortable in a class setting? No problem. We offer private sessions for all of your counseling needs. 

Answer 2: Parenting Support

Do you find dealing with your children to be a chaotic event daily? Our Company mission includes providing non invasive tools which helps you manage communication and age barriers.  Teaches you how to use your words so that you children will want to do what you ask of them. Ask what a mindfulness coach can do for you.

Answer 3: Bridge the Generation Gap

There are difficult people and tense situations wherever we go. The world is not getting easier.  Millennial's and Baby Boomers are on the opposite end of the spectrum. Learn how to identify effective tactics to all types of personalities in each generation.   Learn how to effectively manage these events when they occur with ease. A life coach teaches you mindfulness tools to easily navigate your way through stressful events.

Answer 4: Support

Find yourself in a position where you do not have the answers and need emotional support? Just need a support system around you to guide you through the unexpected life event? We offer coaching that teaches you the skill set to get manage your anxiety while facing this unexpected life event. 

Answer 5: Life Balance

What happened to the time?  Ever find yourself lost in time and confused as to where the time went?  Learn how to effectively manage your work/life schedule so you can find luxury time for yourself. 

Answer 6: Non Invasive Pain Management

In pain mentally or physically? So many of us medicate our minds and bodies because it's all we know. There is a different approach and it works! Our purpose is to provide  non-drug related therapy that is non-intrusive and easy to learn in a short amount of time. Mindfulness tools that work!

Mindfulness and You Article

It's all about your mind that manages the soul and the body

Mindfulness and YOU

When we think of being mindful, we think of opening our minds to new ideas, new thoughts, and very rarely do we understand that first we must think of ourselves. What is it you want to get or do? What is your end goal? Do you want to get a raise at work, leave a disastrous relationship, or improve a relationship with family or friends?  When we think of what we want to do with mindfulness, we first need to look inward. What can we gain within ourselves to meet our goal? Everything you want to attain, everything you need, starts with YOU.

Y – Your future awaits

O – Open your mind to new experiences

U – Understand you’re important

Everything within each of us exists to attract and keep what we desire the most. If you want something, then changing the way you exist is essential to make the changes that need to be made to obtain what you want.

An example is a client that came to me the other day. She keeps attracting narcissistic men and didn’t know how she was doing it. I asked one simple question “how do you meet them?” Very easy for most of us, but for her, it wasn’t. She met them at work, and she works at a car dealership. Time after time she gets involved with the salesmen at her work. When we repeat the same patterns and expect different results, that’s insanity.

In order to even start thinking about a change in your life, you need to begin by looking inward. What can YOU do? What have YOU done to change this situation? The mistake we make in life is trying to change things outwardly instead of inwardly.

Are you being assertive enough?  Are you asking for that raise or are you just sitting back hoping ‘they’ will see the good you are doing and just hand you one? Are you proud of your accomplishments or are you always trying to do more and more and feeling like you aren’t getting anywhere? Are you working on getting out of this relationship, or are you just living day by day hoping one day that something will change, and you’ll somehow someday be happy with what is going on?

Most times, finding something good in something bad will be the difference in your being miserable and being happy.

A client came to me one time telling me about her mother. “Every time she comes over to my house, something isn’t good enough about it, it isn’t clean enough, big enough, nice enough, there is always something wrong, and I’m sick of it.” I told her about my own mother, that would come over to my house and clean it, only to show me how it was supposed to be done, but now she’s gone, and how I wish she was there to pick up my house and show me how to clean. After crying briefly, she thanked me, and I knew she understood that having her mother was a great thing, and how she will be more appreciative.

Sometimes you’ll have to just be happy to be alive, to be breathing, and have this wonderful day. Sometimes you’ll have much more to be thankful and grateful for. Choosing to be happy will be a choice you’ll make over and over when you realize the alternative stinks.  Establishing  YOU makes the difference between being happy and being unhappy is essential in mindfulness. Working toward the goals you have will always begin with YOU. Mindfulness and YOU are realizing that all outward changes have to begin within you, it means you take responsibility for how you look at your circumstances, and YOU make the changes that need to be made to get YOU to where you want to be in life, whether that is a small step towards a goal, or a much larger step like a large life decision.

Considering that you really are responsible for getting everything you want in life, will help you understand that only you can change your situation, for better or for worse. Choosing to live life positively, with your best foot forward is key in every situation you get into.

Blessings from Life Coach, Emily





Mindfulness is not about calming the Mind or being positive. Mindfulness is about being pro-active with your mind. 

The thoughts and ideas in the mind can be trained with simple daily exercises to improve you're well being. What automatic behaviors are you looking to change? Do you behave first then wonder why? If you are willing to open your mind and be aware of what is happening you will get your life where you want. Consider that to change your life, how you want it, mindfulness exercises will challenge you to change. Your perspective may change, your attitude and even the way you feel about things.

1. Be an Observer. Watching your thoughts, your emotions, your body sensations, and your intuition is a practice in and of itself. You are not your body or emotions. You are the consciousness that interacts with them. It may feel like you are taking a step backward into a position of observation. From this position, you can be more aware of what is happening rather than reacting without awareness. This step backward is all you have to remember. The observation is often automatic. 

The mind or emotions may be the loudest and the busiest.  Let them be. Just watch them. And when you are tired or satisfied with practicing being in the observer position choose what you’d like to do about what you’ve observed. 

2. Awareness is practice. There are varying amounts that you can have. It can start with a breath or an action, like eating or walking. Awareness can be a creative practice. Try exploring all of your senses. Look around, notice colors, shapes and what interests you. Smell the air around you. Feel the temperature on your skin, the ground beneath you, the objects you are wearing. Listen for sounds near and far. Notice what interests you and what bothers you, if any. 

3. Acceptance does not mean you like it. It doesn’t mean that you condone, agree, or think that it’s morally or ethically right. Acceptance means that you accept the existence of what you are aware of. YES, THERE IT IS. Whatever the thought or experience you are having the exercise is the same.

After you become aware of something try asking yourself: Am I och with this? Your answer can NO so be honest with yourself. If it is NO then to ask yourself again: Am I OK that I’m NOT OK?  Each time you ask the question it’s like you are taking a step backward. Keep asking the question until you get a YES. You may tire of asking, you may wonder how many steps you have to take backward. Take them until you feel to not practice this exercise anymore. Be present with your inner conflict and try being an Observer until you stop fighting then revisit Acceptance.

Mindfulness takes effort, it is work. You are retraining the way you operate and giving your consciousness a more fulfilling experience. The fulfillment achieved is the award and the benefits of self-care, clearer choices, honesty and peace are a shortlist of the bonuses. Like most things practice makes perfect, practice makes things easier. We all want things to be easier. With the practice of mindfulness and these new, more loving exercises you may just surprise yourself with how quickly you do them without thinking about it. 

Blessings from your Mindfulness Coach, Emily