It's easy to feel an instant heart and soul connection with Steve Adair, life coach and psychotherapist, who we spoke with about his passions in life, including his love for helping others, his appreciation for immersion in nature, and his soul-expanding relationship with his partner Tony.
Steve seamlessly lasers through clients' circumstances to their innate wellbeing and love, instantly creating common ground, unconditional acceptance, and spiritual connection with the people he works with. By showing up open-hearted and in touch with his own innate wisdom, he transcends his clients' experiences, bringing them closer to their own hearts.
We talk with Steve about his unique ability to bring together diverse groups of people through the universal commonality of love. He helps gay men to see their innate worth despite the life-long messages stating otherwise they may have had to endure. And we talk about the power of understanding that we're only ever in relationship with our thinking about our partner, which is why we are able to transform our relationships without changing the person we're in relationship with.
This episode explores:
- open-hearted listening
- rewilding in nature
- the commonality of love
- tips for maintaining a healthy relationship
- shifting perspective
- spiritual truths about life and human nature
Knepp Wildland: the rewilded farm Steve shares about located in West Sussex, teeming with wildlife and beautiful flora/fauna.
Coypu: an invasive species of rodent that was eradicated from the UK in the late '80s
Consummate Renaissance Man: An endearing way of referring to Steve Adair; recognizing him as having the highest degree of proficiency in all of his many professions.
Steve Adair is passionate about helping people understand the incredible person that they are no matter what life circumstances they've endured, and that they always have access to innate mental health within. As an international speaker, trainer, coach and mentor, he also deliver seminars, group programs and retreats, both in the UK and internationally. His private practice is based in Central Bedfordshire where he sees clients in person or virtually. He thoroughly loves hanging out with family and friends, long countryside walks with his partner Tony and their dog; as well as meeting and celebrating people from all around the world.
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