Hi, I’m Mindie Kniss,
I don’t know about you, but I spend A LOT of time in my head. A while back, I realized something was missing and I’ve spent the last 8 years researching what it was…
It might be missing in your life too.
It’s a funny thing how we’re conditioned to go through life, isn’t it? Like it’s a checklist of accomplishments to mark off.
We’re not satisfied until they’re all checked… The partner, the car, the house, the job, THE LIFE.
I used to have a lot of boxes checked with a Fortune100 corporate gig. I had the house, the car, the salary, the status…
And staying in that job was like slow suicide to my soul.
It was a similar story with the men I dated. They were great guys, but for some reason, I was never fully satisfied. Their stats were pretty great on paper, so I tried to justify that they should be the perfect mate in reality.
Except it doesn’t exactly work like that…
You see, somewhere along the way, I picked up the idea that life was supposed to be difficult. That stress was the norm and that any uncertainty I felt about my job, my relationship or my life in general could be rationalized away. I was intelligent enough to figure it out and make it work!
If you’re anything like me, this may seem all too familiar. We’re smart people with big dreams, and we go through life attempting to “think” our way through it.
To me, though, it always felt like something was missing.
And it was…
I just didn’t know WHAT it was.
I had to discover it for my own well-being, but now I want to share it with you.
If you’re trying to run your life from your head, it’s not that that’s a bad thing, but it’s only one piece of the puzzle.
I know because I used to do the same thing.
Through my research, my experience, and the experiences of my clients, I’ve found that there are four “keys” that grant us access to a life of less stress and more certainty. These keys unlock the most powerful, most intuitive, and most under-utilized aspect of our lives.
What is it??
With that job and those guys I dated, there were so many great things about them.
But bottom line… My heart wasn’t in it.
Fast forward to today, and I’ve become known as an expert on Heart Intelligence. I’ve been researching the power of the heart for almost a decade and even wrote my dissertation on Heart Intelligence.