Who is Nicole?

Meet Nicole

Nicole Justine Reid is a spiritual teacher and guide, life coach, CTI Leadership Graduate, and PSYCH-K® Facilitator, and lives her own evolving spiritual path.

She works with smart, sensitive, creative women and men who know they are capable of creating a fulfilling, meaningful life, yet don’t know why they aren’t there yet. She helps them unleash their potential and create the life they always knew they were meant to have.

Nicole’s unique coaching method opens her clients to experience their own creativity, power, joy, and freedom. Her clients emphasize their increased sense of self-confidence, self-acceptance, clarity, purpose, and deeper satisfaction with life after working with her.

Woven into her life, Nicole enjoys a good nap in the sun, writing spiritual poetry and other creative works, experimenting in the kitchen, snuggling with her cat, Ginger, and her husband, Jon, and inhaling the wisdom found in just the right string of words.

An Interview with Nicole

My Story: A Different Path

I began coaching because I have personally experienced voraciously craving a deeply fulfilling life, a life that, back then, seemed impossible. Other people seemed to be able to have what I wanted – why was it so hard for me?

Because I wasn’t allowing myself to be who I was.

But I didn’t know that then. Or what that even meant.

As a sensitive, intuitive, introspective idealist, I felt that the world was too much for me at times and I got paralyzed and overwhelmed easily. I felt stuck, afraid, confused – and like I was a failure because of it. I watched my peers follow what seemed to be a straight and clear path towards their goals, while I wandered around, trying to find my direction, falling and picking myself up…again and again.

"I felt stuck, afraid, confused – and like I was a failure because of it."

I actually thought there was something wrong with me. Well-meaning loved ones would make comments that I took personally and cut me to the core, even if their intentions were good. Each day became increasingly more uncomfortable and I started feeling really stuck and lost.

Slowly, I had learned to squash myself, to pretend that these things didn’t bother me, in order to fit in. I lived in a world of tension between wanting desperately to be seen and to contribute, and wanting to fit in, to be like everyone else.

And I didn’t know how to get out of the downward spiral. I had no idea that there was nothing “wrong” with me; that I just hadn’t learn to focus my abilities from a place of full understanding and acceptance of my nature.

Can you relate?

Asking For Support

The day I went to see a life coach was the day my life irreversibly changed. Someone saw me for who I was and validated it. It was through this experience that I knew I wanted to help others in this way and to become a coach myself. That was over 10 years ago.

Since then, I have continued to deepen my own spiritual path and understanding of myself and how we can all thrive in life. I completed CTI’s intensive Leadership Program and catapulted my knowledge of my self and how to read and lead the energy of a room. Recognizing the need for subconscious shifts to support change and integration, I became a facilitator of PSYCH-K at the advanced level to better support both the path of my clients and myself. I have soaked in the knowledge of many workshops, books, and self-development courses, as my spirit called me to do so, including several year-long group programs, each deepening my level of understanding and adding new tools I use in my own life as well as to support my clients.

I thus began my journey of accepting my limitations and re-defining my strengths. What I had labeled as weaknesses in myself were actually what set me apart from others in a profound way. My sensitivity, intuition and introspection are what provides the power in my coaching. The parts of myself that I wasn’t accepting and the challenges I have faced in my life are huge gifts that the Universe-God-Source gave me, with a greater purpose in mind: to guide others on their path of returning to themselves. 

I believe that Life calls to us in many ways, through the aching in our hearts, through the people who show up in our lives, and through the miracles that are always there, if we just choose to look for them. 

I am learning to accept myself for who I am. It is a continual process, a revolving door. Each time I step inside, I see more and gather more wisdom and each time I step outside, the world seems brighter.

I believe that Life calls to us in many ways, through the aching in our hearts, through the people who show up in our lives, and through the miracles that are always there, if we just choose to look for them.

Now

I now get to guide others on their path and I receive so much fulfillment from that because it is a natural intersection of my gifts. I have a slower lifestyle that nourishes me, and I keep refining what that looks and feels like. I have much deeper and meaningful relationships with my friends, family, and my tribes who support who I am, because I’ve allowed them to see who I really am more and more over the years. I have found my soulmate and our marriage is fun, loving, and supportive.

I have learned to expand my emotional capacity, to choose happiness over perfectionism (this is continuing process), and to make decisions and set boundaries that are consciously and clearly in alignment with my values. I surround myself with people who support who I am, I practice radical self-care daily, and I begin each morning connecting to Source. I am now comfortable in my own skin and because of that, I enjoy my life more fully.

Is my life perfect? No. There’s more that I want, new levels of expansion I am evolving into. And, I’ve started to realize that the search for perfection is the trap of death. So, I keep focusing my energies on celebrating each small step I take, enjoying the process just as much as the results. That has been one of my own biggest transformations because I interact with my life differently – more lovingly, more present.

I want this for you, too.

My own life is a testament to the power of the transformational methods I have used with myself and received from others – and to accepting and embracing my gifts and to be able to share them to help others live a more fulfilling life. 

To feel fulfilled and alive, I needed to accept who I already am. I believe life is meant to teach us how to be the best versions of ourselves, and our life lessons may be wrapped in struggles or in celebrations. I know from personal experience that this process is much faster, easier, and more solid when you have the support of someone else along the way.

To feel fulfilled and alive, I needed to accept who I already am.

On a Mission

As I keep evolving myself, I continue to return to the importance of being true to myself, and how the world becomes a better place when we are all authentically ourselves. At our core, we are all good.

So, life becomes about the experience of unfolding and returning to who we are to begin with. Engaging fully in life is about self-expression, creativity, connection to Source, following what lights us up, and returning to that place inside where we  find the freedom we seek.

It is when we fully align with ourselves and our God-nature that we become internally at peace and happy. This expresses itself outwardly in our lives, in our contribution to and interaction with others, and becomes a ripple effect.

Because, when we are at home in ourselves we light up the world.

Who is Nicole?

Meet Nicole

Nicole Justine Reid is a spiritual teacher and guide, life coach, CTI Leadership Graduate, and PSYCH-K® Facilitator, and lives her own evolving spiritual path.

She works with smart, sensitive, creative women and men who know they are capable of creating a fulfilling, meaningful life, yet don’t know why they aren’t there yet. She helps them unleash their potential and create the life they always knew they were meant to have.

Nicole’s unique coaching method opens her clients to experience their own creativity, power, joy, and freedom. Her clients emphasize their increased sense of self-confidence, self-acceptance, clarity, purpose, and deeper satisfaction with life after working with her.

Woven into her life, Nicole enjoys a good nap in the sun, writing spiritual poetry and other creative works, experimenting in the kitchen, snuggling with her cat, Ginger, and her husband, Jon, and inhaling the wisdom found in just the right string of words.

An Interview with Nicole

My Story: A Different Path

I began coaching because I have personally experienced voraciously craving a deeply fulfilling life, a life that, back then, seemed impossible. Other people seemed to be able to have what I wanted – why was it so hard for me?

Because I wasn’t allowing myself to be who I was.

But I didn’t know that then. Or what that even meant.

As a sensitive, intuitive, introspective idealist, I felt that the world was too much for me at times and I got paralyzed and overwhelmed easily. I felt stuck, afraid, confused – and like I was a failure because of it. I watched my peers follow what seemed to be a straight and clear path towards their goals, while I wandered around, trying to find my direction, falling and picking myself up…again and again.

"I felt stuck, afraid, confused – and like I was a failure because of it."

I actually thought there was something wrong with me. Well-meaning loved ones would make comments that I took personally and cut me to the core, even if their intentions were good. Each day became increasingly more uncomfortable and I started feeling really stuck and lost.

Slowly, I had learned to squash myself, to pretend that these things didn’t bother me, in order to fit in. I lived in a world of tension between wanting desperately to be seen and to contribute, and wanting to fit in, to be like everyone else.

And I didn’t know how to get out of the downward spiral. I had no idea that there was nothing “wrong” with me; that I just hadn’t learn to focus my abilities from a place of full understanding and acceptance of my nature.

Can you relate?

Asking For Support

The day I went to see a life coach was the day my life irreversibly changed. Someone saw me for who I was and validated it. It was through this experience that I knew I wanted to help others in this way and to become a coach myself. That was over 10 years ago.

Since then, I have continued to deepen my own spiritual path and understanding of myself and how we can all thrive in life. I completed CTI’s intensive Leadership Program and catapulted my knowledge of my self and how to read and lead the energy of a room. Recognizing the need for subconscious shifts to support change and integration, I became a facilitator of PSYCH-K at the advanced level to better support both the path of my clients and myself. I have soaked in the knowledge of many workshops, books, and self-development courses, as my spirit called me to do so, including several year-long group programs, each deepening my level of understanding and adding new tools I use in my own life as well as to support my clients.

I thus began my journey of accepting my limitations and re-defining my strengths. What I had labeled as weaknesses in myself were actually what set me apart from others in a profound way. My sensitivity, intuition and introspection are what provides the power in my coaching. The parts of myself that I wasn’t accepting and the challenges I have faced in my life are huge gifts that the Universe-God-Source gave me, with a greater purpose in mind: to guide others on their path of returning to themselves. 

I believe that Life calls to us in many ways, through the aching in our hearts, through the people who show up in our lives, and through the miracles that are always there, if we just choose to look for them. 

I am learning to accept myself for who I am. It is a continual process, a revolving door. Each time I step inside, I see more and gather more wisdom and each time I step outside, the world seems brighter.

I believe that Life calls to us in many ways, through the aching in our hearts, through the people who show up in our lives, and through the miracles that are always there, if we just choose to look for them.

Now

I now get to guide others on their path and I receive so much fulfillment from that because it is a natural intersection of my gifts. I have a slower lifestyle that nourishes me, and I keep refining what that looks and feels like. I have much deeper and meaningful relationships with my friends, family, and my tribes who support who I am, because I’ve allowed them to see who I really am more and more over the years. I have found my soulmate and our marriage is fun, loving, and supportive.

I have learned to expand my emotional capacity, to choose happiness over perfectionism (this is continuing process), and to make decisions and set boundaries that are consciously and clearly in alignment with my values. I surround myself with people who support who I am, I practice radical self-care daily, and I begin each morning connecting to Source. I am now comfortable in my own skin and because of that, I enjoy my life more fully.

Is my life perfect? No. There’s more that I want, new levels of expansion I am evolving into. And, I’ve started to realize that the search for perfection is the trap of death. So, I keep focusing my energies on celebrating each small step I take, enjoying the process just as much as the results. That has been one of my own biggest transformations because I interact with my life differently – more lovingly, more present.

I want this for you, too.

My own life is a testament to the power of the transformational methods I have used with myself and received from others – and to accepting and embracing my gifts and to be able to share them to help others live a more fulfilling life. 

To feel fulfilled and alive, I needed to accept who I already am. I believe life is meant to teach us how to be the best versions of ourselves, and our life lessons may be wrapped in struggles or in celebrations. I know from personal experience that this process is much faster, easier, and more solid when you have the support of someone else along the way.

To feel fulfilled and alive, I needed to accept who I already am.

On a Mission

As I keep evolving myself, I continue to return to the importance of being true to myself, and how the world becomes a better place when we are all authentically ourselves. At our core, we are all good.

So, life becomes about the experience of unfolding and returning to who we are to begin with. Engaging fully in life is about self-expression, creativity, connection to Source, following what lights us up, and returning to that place inside where we  find the freedom we seek.

It is when we fully align with ourselves and our God-nature that we become internally at peace and happy. This expresses itself outwardly in our lives, in our contribution to and interaction with others, and becomes a ripple effect.

Because, when we are at home in ourselves we light up the world.

Who is Nicole?

Meet Nicole

Nicole Justine Reid is a spiritual teacher and guide, life coach, CTI Leadership Graduate, and PSYCH-K® Facilitator, and lives her own evolving spiritual path.

She works with smart, sensitive, creative women and men who know they are capable of creating a fulfilling, meaningful life, yet don’t know why they aren’t there yet. She helps them unleash their potential and create the life they always knew they were meant to have.

Nicole’s unique coaching method opens her clients to experience their own creativity, power, joy, and freedom. Her clients emphasize their increased sense of self-confidence, self-acceptance, clarity, purpose, and deeper satisfaction with life after working with her.

Woven into her life, Nicole enjoys a good nap in the sun, writing spiritual poetry and other creative works, experimenting in the kitchen, snuggling with her cat, Ginger, and her husband, Jon, and inhaling the wisdom found in just the right string of words.

An Interview with Nicole

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My Story: A Different Path

I began coaching because I have personally experienced voraciously craving a deeply fulfilling life, a life that, back then, seemed impossible. Other people seemed to be able to have what I wanted – why was it so hard for me?

Because I wasn’t allowing myself to be who I was.

But I didn’t know that then. Or what that even meant.

As a sensitive, intuitive, introspective idealist, I felt that the world was too much for me at times and I got paralyzed and overwhelmed easily. I felt stuck, afraid, confused – and like I was a failure because of it. I watched my peers follow what seemed to be a straight and clear path towards their goals, while I wandered around, trying to find my direction, falling and picking myself up…again and again.

"I felt stuck, afraid, confused – and like I was a failure because of it."

I actually thought there was something wrong with me. Well-meaning loved ones would make comments that I took personally and cut me to the core, even if their intentions were good. Each day became increasingly more uncomfortable and I started feeling really stuck and lost.

Slowly, I had learned to squash myself, to pretend that these things didn’t bother me, in order to fit in. I lived in a world of tension between wanting desperately to be seen and to contribute, and wanting to fit in, to be like everyone else.

And I didn’t know how to get out of the downward spiral. I had no idea that there was nothing “wrong” with me; that I just hadn’t learn to focus my abilities from a place of full understanding and acceptance of my nature.

Can you relate?

Asking For Support

The day I went to see a life coach was the day my life irreversibly changed. Someone saw me for who I was and validated it. It was through this experience that I knew I wanted to help others in this way and to become a coach myself. That was over 10 years ago.

Since then, I have continued to deepen my own spiritual path and understanding of myself and how we can all thrive in life. I completed CTI’s intensive Leadership Program and catapulted my knowledge of my self and how to read and lead the energy of a room. Recognizing the need for subconscious shifts to support change and integration, I became a facilitator of PSYCH-K at the advanced level to better support both the path of my clients and myself. I have soaked in the knowledge of many workshops, books, and self-development courses, as my spirit called me to do so, including several year-long group programs, each deepening my level of understanding and adding new tools I use in my own life as well as to support my clients.

I thus began my journey of accepting my limitations and re-defining my strengths. What I had labeled as weaknesses in myself were actually what set me apart from others in a profound way. My sensitivity, intuition and introspection are what provides the power in my coaching. The parts of myself that I wasn’t accepting and the challenges I have faced in my life are huge gifts that the Universe-God-Source gave me, with a greater purpose in mind: to guide others on their path of returning to themselves. 

I believe that Life calls to us in many ways, through the aching in our hearts, through the people who show up in our lives, and through the miracles that are always there, if we just choose to look for them. 

I am learning to accept myself for who I am. It is a continual process, a revolving door. Each time I step inside, I see more and gather more wisdom and each time I step outside, the world seems brighter.

I believe that Life calls to us in many ways, through the aching in our hearts, through the people who show up in our lives, and through the miracles that are always there, if we just choose to look for them.

Now

I now get to guide others on their path and I receive so much fulfillment from that because it is a natural intersection of my gifts. I have a slower lifestyle that nourishes me, and I keep refining what that looks and feels like. I have much deeper and meaningful relationships with my friends, family, and my tribes who support who I am, because I’ve allowed them to see who I really am more and more over the years. I have found my soulmate and our marriage is fun, loving, and supportive.

I have learned to expand my emotional capacity, to choose happiness over perfectionism (this is continuing process), and to make decisions and set boundaries that are consciously and clearly in alignment with my values. I surround myself with people who support who I am, I practice radical self-care daily, and I begin each morning connecting to Source. I am now comfortable in my own skin and because of that, I enjoy my life more fully.

Is my life perfect? No. There’s more that I want, new levels of expansion I am evolving into. And, I’ve started to realize that the search for perfection is the trap of death. So, I keep focusing my energies on celebrating each small step I take, enjoying the process just as much as the results. That has been one of my own biggest transformations because I interact with my life differently – more lovingly, more present.

I want this for you, too.

My own life is a testament to the power of the transformational methods I have used with myself and received from others – and to accepting and embracing my gifts and to be able to share them to help others live a more fulfilling life. 

To feel fulfilled and alive, I needed to accept who I already am. I believe life is meant to teach us how to be the best versions of ourselves, and our life lessons may be wrapped in struggles or in celebrations. I know from personal experience that this process is much faster, easier, and more solid when you have the support of someone else along the way.

To feel fulfilled and alive, I needed to accept who I already am.

On a Mission

As I keep evolving myself, I continue to return to the importance of being true to myself, and how the world becomes a better place when we are all authentically ourselves. At our core, we are all good.

So, life becomes about the experience of unfolding and returning to who we are to begin with. Engaging fully in life is about self-expression, creativity, connection to Source, following what lights us up, and returning to that place inside where we  find the freedom we seek.

It is when we fully align with ourselves and our God-nature that we become internally at peace and happy. This expresses itself outwardly in our lives, in our contribution to and interaction with others, and becomes a ripple effect.

Because, when we are at home in ourselves we light up the world.