A Culture Of Mindfulness

An environment that sustains life, hope, honor and destiny!

Prevention Is Better Than Cure!
To Artists & Musicians I see you. It’s easier to stop something happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened.

Your gift is deeply personal and you share it to the world with an open heart. In the midst of fear, online trolls, having your worked ripped apart without understanding, you are fearless. You remind us of what’s possible when you take a leap of faith. By pursuing these passions despite the risks involved, you inspire a generation. Your songs say things that can’t always be spoken, they give a voice to those unable to express themselves articulately. Music has always helped us validate our feelings, especially those that are difficult to express. Through your heart felt songs it provides comfort that we are not alone in our storms. At the worst times in our lives music helps us escape to places where anything is possible, Thank you

My mission is to help you succeed as professional artists.
You have permission to love yourself. Because without taking the time to love yourself, how can you truly love life?

We are told not to be selfish. We are told to give more, and take less. We are told to think of others before ourselves. But loving yourself isn’t about being selfish. It isn’t about not caring for others. It’s about taking the time to provide a little self love.

To love yourself is to experience freedom , freedom from doubt, self-hate, fear and oppression.

To love yourself is to no longer hold yourself back from what you deserve. To love yourself is to grow and enjoy your life. I often say we must enjoy the journey as much as the destination.

Self-love is a necessity if you want to live a truly happy life. It is a choice, a commitment to yourself that you are going to love yourself, despite all the social and biological obstacles in your path. It is not found in a place, person or item.

Growing up, in our families and in our daily lives, we learned what parts of ourselves were acceptable to other people. Certain behaviors are valued while others are not. There is a time and place for everything. It’s okay to cry at a funeral, but not okay to cry because your music is rejected. Through our many experiences, we learn what others expect of us in diverse settings through life. We learn what is rewarded and what is frowned upon. Even if it betrays who we are or what we feel in the moment. We learn how to suppress our thoughts, emotions, and desires in exchange for acceptance by the tribe which consists of our peers, loved ones, and our audiences. All this denying of self results in a loss of identity, we then become vulnerable to people who want to shape us in there image. To make music already made, all the while silencing hour unique voice.

You have permission to rest. You are not responsible for fixing everything that is broken. You do not have to try and make everyone happy. Remember to take time for you, time so you can replenish.

Rest reduces stress and improves overall well-being. It improves your focus, an active mind gets just as tired as a active body. It’s time to quiet your thoughts and letting your mind rest as you activate the healing process.

In our society, there’s an underlying expectation to go hard until you reach your goal. Rest is considered indulgent, and most people feel guilty when taking a minute for themselves. Resting is not procrastination! Making time for rest can recharge your ability to deal with commitments, relationships and impact your emotional well-being. I often take for granted how my mind and body are connected. When you take the time to rest, you are allowing your body to recharge, this is the reason meditation & visualisation are so powerful. Taking time out with a few controlled breaths can be enough to infuse your inner genius.

Walking promotes well-being.
Creativity can be defined as the ability to bring something original and valuable into the world. Stanford University researchers found that walking boosts creative inspiration. They examined creativity levels of people while they walked versus while they sat. A person’s creative output increased by an average of 60 percent when walking. If your suffering from writers block, take a walk. If you want to listen with fresh ears to your music, take a walk. Before you record your vocals, take a walk.