Jaya Ialita

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Jaya lalita, aka Jaya the Trust Coach, is the author of Scooch!: Edging into a Friendly Universe. A seeker who does not aspire to enlightenment, she lives in a sunny spot at ground level, meeting consciousness as a real human being in a real life. The fact that she used…

Jaya lalita, aka Jaya the Trust Coach, is the author of Scooch!: Edging into a Friendly Universe. A seeker who does not aspire to enlightenment, she lives in a sunny spot at ground level, meeting consciousness as a real human being in a real life. The fact that she used to be a moody, depressive, overwhelmed victim accounts for the if-I-can-change-anyone-can mentality she brings to her life-coaching work. Armed with an arguably useless but adorable MFA in creative writing, she imbues her writings with the same staunch commitment she offers her one-on-one clients and workshop participants to support them in a kinder, gentler, results-oriented process of growth and healing.

In her coaching, she often uses the deep, life-changing inquiry process called The Work of Byron Katie. She helps clients identify their Enneagram type for the wealth of information and potential clarity this brings in. She incorporates many ideas from Abraham Hicks. She uses a variety of techniques, always watching the process unfold authentically in the unique process created with each client based on who they are and what they bring to the work. She loves working with a diversity of human beings of any gender and sexual preference.

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Jaya lalita, aka Jaya the Trust Coach, is the author of Scooch!: Edging into a Friendly Universe. A seeker who does not aspire to enlightenment, she lives in a sunny spot at ground level, meeting consciousness as a real human being in a real life. The fact that she used…

Jaya lalita, aka Jaya the Trust Coach, is the author of Scooch!: Edging into a Friendly Universe. A seeker who does not aspire to enlightenment, she lives in a sunny spot at ground level, meeting consciousness as a real human being in a real life. The fact that she used to be a moody, depressive, overwhelmed victim accounts for the if-I-can-change-anyone-can mentality she brings to her life-coaching work. Armed with an arguably useless but adorable MFA in creative writing, she imbues her writings with the same staunch commitment she offers her one-on-one clients and workshop participants to support them in a kinder, gentler, results-oriented process of growth and healing.

In her coaching, she often uses the deep, life-changing inquiry process called The Work of Byron Katie. She helps clients identify their Enneagram type for the wealth of information and potential clarity this brings in. She incorporates many ideas from Abraham Hicks. She uses a variety of techniques, always watching the process unfold authentically in the unique process created with each client based on who they are and what they bring to the work. She loves working with a diversity of human beings of any gender and sexual preference.

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