A Brdnsky Guide shines a light on what you may not see. Where you see confusion, your Brdnsky Guide sees ideas with a common theme. Where you see problems, your Brdnsky Guide sees challenges that you can overcome. A guide shows another the way, offers suggestions, and helps others learn something different. A guide does not tell you what someone needs, nor does a guide provide ready made solutions to unique challenges. A coach is someone who trains others to be better. Your Brdnsky Guide helps you become the person you want to be, and not what everyone thinks you should be.
BRDNSKY Guide is just for adults. I also help young people develop into adults by helping them approach challenges that in a way which takes advantage of their unique abilities.
This is where science, religion, and philosophy are reunited. We talk about the flow of conscious, intention, chakras, and more. Life is more than just a spiritual journey it should be a metaphysical adventure. This is where adventure begins. Deepen your understanding of the Divine and how she relates to you.
Original Art for Original People. Somewhere, someone wrote that life is big canvas, and we should throw as much paint onto as we can. I saw this at one of the Senior Centers I teach at. Whoever said that has the right idea. You will find life and imagination expressed through oil and acrylic paints as well as pastel.
Athletes have Coaches. Why not Everyone Else?
The real difference between seeing a psychologist, a minister, a psychic, and a life coach is "...the coach is someone whose job is to be on your side of the fence. They're there for trying to help you achieve your maximum potential and help you figure out how to get there along the way."
NPR's Talk of the Nation with Neal Conan - Sept. 27, 2011
Truly successful people engage in actions that provide satisfaction to their lives.
Inspired by Marshall Goldsmight's Mojo: How to Get It, How to Keep It, how to Get It Back If You Lose It.