Living True to Your Story, what does that actually mean?
It means living an authentic life. A healthy life free from conditioning, limiting beliefs and trauma so we can show up in the world as our true self. It's like putting on your favorite record and getting in a state of flow. Reprogramming your DNA by using the right frequencies (it's possible!) for you to create a life that is right for yóu. When you start making decisions as yourself - the nature of who you are - you will create more harmony and resonance.
As a music industry coach & consultant I work with high performance professionals who operate in a high demanding, competetive, fast moving environment. Research has shown that people working in the music industry are more prone to mental health problems than the general population, with musicians being up to three times more likely to suffer from depression. Factors such as insecure income, difficulty achieving a work/life balance, poor diet, lack of sleep and access to alcohol and drugs can all take their toll on wellbeing and mental health. Also our individual stories play a significant role. Adverse childhood experiences often lead to living out patterns that keep us from living an authentic life and makes it even more difficult to handle the stressors of the music industry. This can lead to mental and physical illness.
If you feel you need support, I invite you to reach out to see where I can support you in your process towards living your true story; an authentic and healthy life.
(Tim Bergling aka Avicii's first two albums were True and Stories. He is a big inspiration in my work. May he rest in peace and may his impact on the world lead to living our True Stories.)