We are born to be sacred men. But our society has twisted the idea of what masculinity is – we are told as young boys to "man up," to never show any signs of weakness, to dominate and conquer and own. Slowly but surely our naturally loving, gentle natures are deemed weaknesses and beaten out of us, and we are taught to reject those parts of ourselves. We shut down our emotions, we turn up the aggression, we pull away from our sacred brothers and toxic masculinity replaces the sacredness within us.
I am committed to bringing men home to themselves – especially the parts of themselves that they shut down at an early age. It is time to break the cycle of toxicity that has been passed down from father to son, so hopefully the next generation of young boys won't ever have to lose themselves in the first place.
It's time to drop the pretense, to stop pretending that you're not in pain, that you're not just holding yourself together trying to be the kind of man your father or grandfather or brothers or friends told you that you "should" be. Once you are willing to face the hardships in your life honestly and openly, to feel the things you've been avoiding feeling, and take the hard but rewarding journey home to yourself, you can create a life that is truly fulfilling. You can become deeply solid and grounded in your true self and experience real joy. You can become the guardian and the role model and the leader that you've always dreamed of being. And together, we can begin to redefine what it means to be a man for ourselves and the generations to come.
The ball is in your court. The first (and often hardest) step is simply being willing to say "I need help." Please know that these three words hold the key to your freedom. So if you're ready to take this courageous step, reach out. Let's get started.
The wedding industry is bride-driven, there is no existing blueprint for the groom to plan his wedding day with intention. It's become "normal" for a groom to show up hung over after a night of debauchery in a baggy rented tux while the bride shines on "her special day." Instead, what if your wedding was about the two of you shining brighter together because you are both in your fullest expression? My unique coaching for grooms will ensure that your wedding day is a sacred representation of your partnership, and that you feel authentically grounded on this once-in-a-lifetime day.
It's easy to get drawn into the grandeur of the wedding industry, but that often means that your true desires can get pushed to the side. Don't get taken for a ride! Make sure that your wedding day feels authentic to YOU, so that you can look back on it without regrets.
Selecting your groomsmen is not just about who's going to throw you the best bachelor party. It's about creating sacred guardians who will support you in showing up fully and authentically on your wedding day. Learn how to invite your groomsmen to be everything you need on your wedding day.
Don't get stuck in a generic sized rent-a-tux or a cheap off-the-rack suit. Your wedding day look should be as unique as you are, and it should make you feel your best. Learn about the wide variety of style options available for men, and choose a wedding day look that is a sacred expression of who you truly are.
Many people get caught up in planning the wedding itself, but forget about planning their marriage. Your wedding is one day, and then it's you and your partner for the rest of your life. Plan your wedding as a blueprint for your marriage – make it a true representation of who you are as a sacred partnership.