When we think of morphing, our minds might conjure up a scene with special effects in a movie or perhaps a video game. But in real life, the concept of morphing comes from nature itself. Look at the process of metamorphosis, by which a caterpillar becomes a butterfly. This doesn’t happen in a minute, not even in a day. It’s a part of a process of transformation, and the process, the journey itself, is the longest part.

In human life, as in all of nature, there is no such thing as The End. When we pass on into the next dimension, our spirit and body continue to transform into other forms. There is no end. And so it is in every journey that you embark on as a human being, be it a journey of love, success in a specific field, or general growth and self-improvement.

The process of becoming a cleaner, leaner, stronger and more focused version of yourself is a journey that can – and probably should – last your entire lifetime. According to the Universal Law of Attraction all energy attracts similar energy. So if you get up every day and put your daily plan in motion, everything in your life will be set in motion along with it. As you begin drawing closer to your goals, your goals also draw nearer to you and you begin to see synchronicity in action.

On the path to discovering your higher self, and the unity of Mind, Body and Soul, you will find strength and inspiration every step of the way if you focus on being true to yourself and forging ahead with your transformation.

Things take time. Stay in the Present and enjoy every moment.

Get a Good Night’s Sleep!

A lot of my clients come to me with complaints of difficulty sleeping, and it’s no surprise given the number of distractions available to take our attention away from that all-important task of shutting our minds down and resting properly every night.  Whenever I ask “What’s keeping you up at night?” the answers I hear are always similar: the computer, social media, TV, and in some cases, sleep-altering substances such as caffeine, nicotine and alcohol.  Why has it become so hard to engage in precisely the behavior that is easiest for humans during our infancy? Babies love to go to sleep, and do it frequently. Why, oh why, does this become so difficult once we become adults?

How much sleep is essential

For most adults, the optimal number of hours of sleep varies between 7 and 9 hours per night.  For those that are able to enjoy a 20-minute to 40-minute nap in the afternoon, the evening hours can be shortened slightly.  But don’t think that a nap will reduce your chances of getting a good night’s sleep in the evening: a brief 20-40 minute nap will actually activate your body’s sleep receptors and make you even more likely to relax and fall asleep again at night!

Organize yourself

Most of what keeps us awake at night is anxiety; be it conscious or subconscious.  Anxiety is calmed by rituals, routines, and organization.  Long before going to bed, set yourself up to be free of the usual distractions that keep you from relaxing and freeing your mind at bedtime.  Prepare a pot of relaxing herbal tea, play some soothing music, and turn off the TV.  Clear away the tasks that you know will keep your mind from resting, such as setting out your clothes for work tomorrow. Take a hot bath or shower, turn your phone on silent, and pick a good book or magazine. Light stretching is a great idea, but strenuous exercise is best done during the day!


Lack of proper hydration is a growing concern that affects our daily well-being and many of us aren’t aware of.  Don’t wait until you feel the symptoms of thirst to think about maintaining proper hydration. Try to have a glass of water at least once every hour during waking hours, but don’t try to make up for missed hydration just before bedtime, since a full bladder can keep you from sleeping comfortably and cause you to spend your night in the bathroom instead.  Try to pace yourself throughout the day and reduce the amount of water you drink as you get closer to bedtime.

Black-Out Shades

It has been shown that humans get the best quality Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep in a room that is dark and quiet.  For this reason, one of the best investments you can make is to purchase a set of light-blocking and noise-blocking curtains or shades or your bedroom window.  It is also an excellent idea to remove all electronic devices from the bedroom in order to minimize the influence of electronic waves during sleep.

Self-Hypnosis, Meditation and Online Sleep Aids

If you do decide to keep your phone in the bedroom, you might consider putting it to good use and try one of the many online Self-Hypnosis recordings to assist you in achieving a state of profound relaxation and meditation prior to going to sleep.  Another innovative tool that has come out recently and seems to be helping some is the use of Binaural Beat recordings, which utilize sound technology that delivers complementary stimuli to each side of the brain in such a way as to balance the two sides and produce a state of extremely profound relaxation and/or meditation.  These recordings can induce states of deep relaxation while also altering the subconscious issues and behavioral patterns that keep you battling insomnia.

Cervical & Support Pillows

Is it best to sleep with or without a pillow?  If you are among the lucky few who can sleep comfortably without a pillow under your head, that’s awesome. But if you prefer support for neck and head, consider using an orthopoedic cervical pillow that helps to maintain the C curve in the back of your neck, dramatically reducing the chances of a neck injury caused by sleeping with your neck extended in the wrong position.

Depending on your regular sleeping position, an extra pillow can also enhance your comfort level and maintain your spine aligned optimally while you sleep.  If you are a back sleeper, a cervical pillow supporting the C-curve of your neck is optimal, and you might try also adding a pillow under the knees to support your legs.  For side sleepers, a pillow slipped between the knees can take pressure off the lower back and hips.  Stomach sleepers can benefit from using a support pillow placed under the abdomen to relieve pressure on the lower back and pelvis.

Count Your Blessings

Once you’ve covered all the aforementioned tips and you’re ready to tuck yourself in quietly under the covers, consider the old time-tested technique of counting sheep to help keep your mind off troubles and allow you to go to sleep.  But in this new version of counting sheep, every sheep represents something you’re grateful for in your life, a blessing that you wish to appreciate daily.  This exercise will not only help you to fall asleep faster, but it will also help you to wake up refreshed, grateful and optimistic in the morning!


A lot of people are terrified of the C-word. You know… Commitment. That word that mentally detonates many of us into instant fight or flight response and causes us to cleave desperately to our perceived vision of “ our freedom” which inevitably consists of: bad habits, tired routines and disappointing outcomes. So what’s to fear in making a commitment to the change you want to see in your own life?

For many of us, taking the first step to anything new is terrifying. And ironically, it often seems like the more we desire something, the harder it is to take that first step.   What is actually an easy task, such as making a phone call, scheduling an appointment, even sending an email or registering on a website, becomes an insurmountable challenge. Psychological paralysis sets in, followed by guilt.

All of us have been there, yet some of us, miraculously, have gotten out. What does it take to make that commitment to You, to be there for yourself the way you wish others would be? What does it take to keep the promises you make to yourself, the improvements that your life is waiting for, and the progress that you long to see?

You may want to sit down for this:
it takes a few seconds.
A few seconds.

Let me just repeat that for emphasis:
it only takes a few seconds.

In a matter of seconds, you can take your mind from 0 to 100 on a scale of motivation to take the first step toward your new life. In a few seconds, you can remind yourself of the commitment you’ve made to You and the fact that if you don’t honor that commitment, no one will. That’s right, no one. No one will improve your diet and eating habits, get you to exercise more, or do anything else that reflects the commitment that only you can make to yourself, and the care that only you can give yourself. In a matter of only a few seconds, you can drum up all the thoughts and reasons you’ve been having all along for taking that very first step. You can drum up the energy, the desire, the motivation, and the confidence you need by simply focusing your thoughts on doing just that. This is not difficult. After all, you are directing your thoughts all day long, doing it constantly. The only difference is that here, you are directing your thoughts intentionally toward your best interest.

There is nothing difficult about this; all it takes is commitment and honoring that commitment.

Practice taking your mind from 0 to 100 on the motivation scale on a regular basis. It’s about focusing on the kind of thoughts you think and not letting any other kind of thoughts take over. Convince yourself to do whatever it is you’ve been meaning to do and stop procrastinating. In a matter of seconds, something that’s been nagging you for months or years could be off your mind forever.

Aren’t you worth it?
Don’t you deserve it?
So how about right now?

Just prime yourself up: take your thoughts from 0 to 100, and go ahead and take that first little step that will change your entire life in a few seconds.

The Morphe Method: Philosophy Coaching

Breakthroughs begin here: This truly unique consulting experience is the starting place for fundamental life transformation. The Morphe Method stresses positive thinking, visualization, and daily discipline as core steps toward the fulfillment of your goals. Aware and empowered as never before, you’ll create a solid platform on which to build your life and your organization.

The Morphe Method: Personal Care Coaching

The ultimate in total wellness: Experience customized personal care with an expert consultation that focuses on one thing: you. Here we discuss your challenges, goals, habits, patterns and physical as well as psychological limitations; the focus is on altering your behavior in small and significant ways on a regular basis to guide you on the path to achieving your goals and feeling more healthy and balanced in mind, body and spirit.