I am always hungry for data, evidence, and logic, and I analyse to the point of madness because I want to understand, create, and share knowledge. In contrast, I long to be intuitive, open, and relaxed.
I used to think that I had to choose between these two seemingly opposing states: I could either be driven and passionate, or peaceful and healthy. I found out that I was wrong. This is what peaceful passion is about.
I discovered a balance between passion and peace, and it is my purpose to help others find it too. Imagine being driven without stress, feeling challenged without anxiety, being rational without blocking your emotions. Imagine doing what you lovewithout losing yourself in the process.
In school, we spend years calculating, reading, and using computers, and yet we learn surprisingly little about the most important computer we will ever use: our brain. It is like we have a licence to 'drive' the car, but have no clue about maintenance, or worse, what to do when it breaks down.
We have no idea what happens 'under the hood' of the vehicle that moves us through the world. This is a problem, because unlike cars, we can't buy new brains or bodies when they burn out. Wouldn't it be great if we learned about maintenance and efficient use before we crashed?
Bridging psychological science and yoga through writing, coaching, and teaching allows me to share the practice of mental and physical health with others. And, despite what you may have thought when you read the company name, I do that in a very down-to-earth way.