Zen Life Coach | Alex Mill

 

Let a former Zen monk help you live a conscious, compassionate life.

Let a former Zen monk help you live a conscious, compassionate life.


 

 

YOUR THOUGHTS CREATE YOUR REALITYYOUR THOUGHTS CREATE YOUR REALITY

 

 

My mission is to help you drop the inner chatter so you can see through its limitations and choose something bigger and better for your life.My mission is to help you drop the inner chatter so you can see through its limitations and choose something bigger and better for your life.

 
 
You may think being in the now is about letting go and doing less—that it’s a passive endeavor.
 
In my experience, I know you can become incredibly powerful AND peaceful within your life by getting present to how you live it.
 
In order to do that, you’ll need to take action. It takes a practice.
 
 


 

I’m Alex Mill and I trained in a Zen monastery for nearly 14 years.
 
During that time, I spent my 10,000+ hours in meditation.
 
I learned how my own thoughts kept me stuck and how I could access freedom to authentically thrive in all areas of my life.
 
I did the work (and do the work today) so that I can help my clients and students achieve success powerfully AND peacefully.
 
I want to help you achieve that too.
 
If you understand that doing the inner work is what will help you, and you’re ready for guidance, I invite you to explore the following resources, programs, and services I offer.
 
In lovingkindness,

 
 


 
 

Zen Life Coaching
COACHING
COACHING

 
Zen Life Coaching is the deepest way to work with me. You and I spend our time together intensely exploring the thoughts, emotions, and conditioned behaviors that keep you from freedom. We then turn that around to create the life you want. My availability for private coaching is extremely limited. Learn more.


 

 
ONLINE RETREATS
ONLINE RETREATS


 

Heart-to-Heart: Compassionate Self-Mentoring is a 30-day journey out of your head and into your heart. It is a deep dive into the essential teachings I learned at the Zen monastery where I trained and is the foundation of all the work I offer. If you want to be free of resistance and live fully in your power, this program is for you. Learn more.

 

Help Yourself to Change is the second online retreat I offer and continues where Heart-to-Heart: Compassionate Self-Mentoring left off. It goes deeper into the work by asking you to choose a real-life challenge or opportunity in your life to practice with for the month. Tools in this retreat include Beliefs and Assumptions, Projection, Aspects of the Self, The Thought Cycle Process, Centering, and more Compassionate Self-Mentoring. GRADS ONLY.


 

Your Practice is the third 30-day online retreat I offer and takes a different spin from the first two programs. During our time together, we focus on topics such as art, money, communication, mastery, fear, etc., through the lenses of Zen practice. As always, we shine the light of awareness squarely on you to reveal blockages and assumptions so we can free you up to live The Zen Life more fully. GRADS ONLY.

 
 

THE ZEN LIFE GROUP SESSIONS
THE ZEN LIFE GROUP SESSIONS

 
The Zen Life Group Sessions are bi-weekly Zoom meetings with grads and clients for practice. We sit in meditation, do a short exercise, share our experiences, and come together for facilitated Sangha discussions. INVITATION ONLY.


 

ZEN MEDITATION WORKSHOP
ZEN MEDITATION WORKSHOP

 
Taming Your Inner Noise is my on-demand, online Zen meditation workshop. It will not only teach you how to meditate, but it will also show you why it’s important, what you’ll run into as you continue, and how to set up a successful home practice for yourself. Learn more.


 

BOOKS
BOOKS

 
Since I left the Zen monastery in 2013, I have been writing about my experiences and what I learned there. See a full description of my books here. I recommend starting with A Shift to Love: Zen Stories and Lessons by Alex Mill.
 


 

 

WRITTEN WORKS


 
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Transform your life and business through mindfulness, meditation and compassionate self-awareness practices.

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