The quality of relationships with friends, family and coworkers can explain a lot about the quality of a person’s life. So cultivate relationships that are healthy and supportive to you. Start to notice which relationships truly feed you in your life and which relationships drain your energy.Read more about my methodology →
Most people spend 8-10 hours a day, 5 days a week at work. That adds up! Are you passionate about your job and do you love the people you work with? If not, chances are that takes a toll on your health. Finding a profession you love is essential to living a healthy and balanced life.Read more about my methodology →
Some people follow the spiritual path their parents grew up with, while others explore new traditions. Almost all forms of spiritual practice come down to one thing: the more we bring our individual lives into alignment with the whole of existence, the more we feel nourished and at peace.Read more about my methodology →
Our bodies thrive on movement and quickly degenerate without it. Exercise can take simple and modest forms, like getting off the subway or bus one stop earlier and walking further to your destination. Making physical activity a simple, daily habit greatly increases your health and happiness.Read more about my methodology →
Explore your Circle of Life
The Circle of Life has 12 sections. Place a dot on the line for each section to designate how satisfied you are with each area of your life.
A dot placed towards the center of the circle indicates dissatisfaction, while a dot placed towards the periphery indicates ultimate happiness.
When you’ve placed a dot on each of the lines, connect the dots to see your Circle of Life.
At this point you have a clear visual of any areas that may need your attention. Remember, everything is connected!
Now call me for a free consultation to chat about your results and discuss about how your circle of life can become more balanced and you happier and healthier than ever.