Meg Coyle is a pioneer of body-centered mindfulness. For almost three decades, Meg has worked with women in her Indianapolis studio, providing robust yet simple methods for tackling stress and dismantling blocks to self-empowerment. Her signature system, the Inner Peace Blueprint™, offers women a new set of responses to stress that truly support mental clarity and emotional calm, no matter what is happening in their lives.
I didn’t pursue the spotlight, but it definitely found me – through marriage. For more than 30 years, I lived in a perfect world. A perfect husband, family, future…
Except none of that was true.
I lived under the cloud of my husband’s drug addiction and covered up the truth of my broken marriage. I did what I could to protect my children. And in the process, I lost my Self.
The stress of this way of life eventually became unbearable, and when it started taking its toll on my health, I knew something had to change. But inside, I was swirling fears and roiling emotions. I didn’t know what to do, but I didn’t want to keep trying to survive this way. And I definitely didn’t want to die like this.
I was more than ready to trade in my treadmill of overwhelming stress for movement toward inner peace and confidence. So I searched, and I read, and I traveled, and I studied, and I practiced, and I practiced, and I practiced. Each step I took gave birth to the next step.
And I came across some wonderful teachers in the process. Roger Jahnke, who taught me the value in simplicity, is one who stands out, along with so many wonderful instructors at the Esalen Institute. I also can’t forget Emilie Conrad, who transformed my thoughts about movement.
As I began to discover Buddhism, and with it meditation and insights into detachment, suffering and illusion, I was even lucky enough to meet the Dalai Lama.
Through my search, I began to see the most important principle of all is this: The real and infallible teacher is the wisdom living within me, my authentic self.
Of all the challenges I’ve faced throughout my life, finding and accepting my authentic self was the hardest thing I ever had to do. But with the help of my teachers, I forged a path back to her. And you can too.
You’re human – mind, body, and spirit. When you truly grasp what this means, the exercise of human being isn’t nearly as complicated as it may seem. Even with the overwhelming stress and pressure you face each day, I can show you how to align your life with inner peace.
How to Get Started
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If you’re already a member, then I invite you to explore the 1Body Blog. Here, I write about common issues I see midlife women experiencing. I often look at mainstream approaches that aren’t working, and offer tips and solutions that will.
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Take good care : )