How to Be Alone But Not Lonely with Markus Kasunich – 12-3-16
November 7, 2016
We all have times when we find ourselves without anyone else around, and it is our perception that determines if at those times we feel grateful and fulfilled, or lonely. Some time alone can provide a wonderful opportunity for self-reflection and deepening self-insight, but it can be uncomfortable if that silence and quiet is perceived as loneliness or as rejection by others. How can we cultivate an appreciation for our time alone, and change the story we tell ourselves, seeing it instead as a time for our own personal growth and exploration? This week we turn to frequent guest, holistic life coach Markus Kasunich, for his perspective on embracing our alone time.
Markus Kasunich is Holistic Life & Consciousness Coach, Spiritual teacher, Healer, and Professional Speaker whose key focus is helping clients reveal the unlimited potential of their True Self. He offers private sessions, online coaching, and facilitates retreats, events and classes all over the globe.
Markus lives his life devoted to his own personal growth and spiritual journey, and sharing over 20 years of experience with his clients. He was born in Canada and studied psychology and alternative healing at York University in Toronto and Natural Health Consultants in Montreal, Quebec. Markus now resides in Southern California. Markus’ writings and blogs posts are frequently featured on the well-known TUT site.
Markus is also an artist and has been a featured artist in gallery showings.
For more information about Markus, go to www.markuskasunich.com.