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Hi, I'm Linda Moran.

I'm a certified This Naked Mind Coach, Physical Therapist, and Yoga Instructor

If you are looking for a nonjudgmental and positive minded approach to free yourself from the grasp of alcohol, I'm here to help. 


Do you want to experience complete freedom in your life? This includes freedom from alcohol ( AF) and other addictive substances. Do you spend precious time thinking about alcohol; such as planning if and how much you will drink later?  Do you wonder if you may have said something embarrassing last night?  Why did I drink last night or have more than one when I said I would not ? These are all questions that I have asked myself .... The answer is that alcohol is an addictive substance to anyone who drinks it enough. It can take a bigger hold on us of we are using it for stress or anxiety relief or we believe it provides other positive benefits. I want to help you recognize and then examine these thoughts and beliefs to see if they are really true and if they still serve you. Is there a more life enhancing way to view your life? Do you believe you have the power to change your life by changing your thoughts and beliefs ? I sure do!

Hi, I'm Linda Moran and I'm here to help you reclaim your freedom from alcohol, raise your vibration and regain physical and emotional health. Imagine if you no longer had the desire to drink !  You are here because you desire more from life. You know you are better than this. You can reclaim the childlike wonder of life and fully feel all of you emotions. Do you teach or practice yoga, have a great class  but stop on the way home to get a bottle or wine or 4 pack of IPA? I would ask myself "What's that all about !?" Are you healthy in most other aspects of your life but alcohol is the untouchable elephant in the room? You do cleanses and do great while on it but the first thing to come back is the booze? Are you a high achiever with so much to do that alcohol is necessary to keep going? Or it at least makes all these boring house chores more fun ( so you think ). Are you tired of feeling tired and slogging through life? Are you done with the shame ? The good news is:




I did not realize how much of my freedom and power I was giving away to alcohol. I did not  necessarily hit the proverbial bottom with the often seen loss of job, relationships, or trouble with  the law but I lost something very important; I lost myself. I lost my relationship with my  authentic self and perhaps my soul. Until I freed myself, I did not realize how much alcohol was  dulling all aspects of my life. Sure it seems to numb out pain and stress but it also dulled every  day happiness and joy. I was a people pleaser for as much of my life as I can remember - until I  wasn't. I just wanted people to like me, accept me and want me around. I spent more time trying  to figure out how others may want me to show up and what to say and more importantly what not  to say, than on discovering who I am or could be. Because of my beliefs and feelings of not  being enough, I thought I found the answer in alcohol after my first drink. I found the secret  sauce. I wasn't afraid to speak my mind and I felt less shy; I felt cool. In reality, it didn't make  me better in any way and I certainly didn't have anything more intelligent to say, I just didn't care  as much.

I work with people who are interested in taking back their life, raise their vibration and find their authentic self so they can feel lighter, happier and more at ease. I work with those who are interested in yoga - yoga teachers or practitioners, spiritual seekers and others who work in the healing arts or give so much of themselves to others in the course of the day, the mind says there is nothing left but to take a well deserved drink.  


We take an honest, compassionate and nonjudgmental  look at their relationship with alcohol and how it relates to their often long held thoughts and beliefs. These beliefs and thoughts  reside in the subconscious mind and run the show. (This is why we take a drink when we say we were not going to or drink  or we have more than we intended. ) I've been there and I know it can feel hopeless but I can say for sure, there is hope. I never believed that I would not want to drink but that's where I am now.

"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." - Carl Jung


"As you think you vibrate. As you vibrate, you attract."  -Abraham Hicks

Everything in life either vibrates at a high ( positive) frequency - attracting higher (positive) energy and experiences or you vibrate at lower (negative) energy which attracts low energy and experiences.

There are many things one can do to raise their vibration. Releasing alcohol from your life is a major contributor to raising your vibration. When imbibing alcohol, you vibrate at a lower frequency by introducing a substance into your system which is low in vibration by nature. When you find freedom from alcohol ( and other addictive substances) , you detoxify your body which allows your body, mind, and spirit to heal. This process raises your vibrational frequency from the low vibrations of fear, avoidance, suppression, anxiety, unworthiness, shame etc. to the high vibration of love,
courage, self empowerment, self care ,
peace and abundance.

Svatantra is a Sanskrit word for "one's own freedom". Kashmir shiva/shakta tantra teaches us that we are born free; it is our true nature but we forget. Our protective responses (for very good reason at the time)  are to cover or veil our true self. We are concealed and it the work of our lifetime to discover who we really are in our core.

Are you a seeker? Are you looking for something more to life; something bigger? Several spiritual teachers say that those who becomes addicted to substances are often spiritual seekers - albeit misguided ones. This is a person in the pursuit of pleasure, perhaps even a kind of transcendental experience. It is said that this kind of seeking is extremely POSITIVE.

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