By Monika Kloeckner

Monika Kloeckner

Life Purpose Coach with a Passion and author

Monika Kloeckner is a Life Purpose Coach with a Passion and author. She has helped women to change their minds on being addicted to food with her unique technique and coaching style.

But her real passion awakened when she studied a life purpose course in February 2017 to April 2017. She connected with the subject and noticed that she had arrived at her life purpose destination: inspiring and empowering women to find and live their life purpose.

Monika lives in the South East of England where she hold talks and workshops throughout the year.

Monika's book Food Addiction No More - 21 days to change your mind on overeating for good can be purchased on and

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Coaching with Monika is a breeze. She is friendly, a good listener and has a wealth of experience. Thank you for helping me. Linda K., Scotland

At first I was sceptical about trying out theta healing. But after a taster session with Monika I was sure that I could change my life. I have felt better and happier after my second session. Sarah S., London

When I contacted Monika for life coaching I felt stuck in my career and relationship. Monika has helped me to sort out my life step by step and discover my true passion in life. Monika, you are a star. Stephanie, Croydon

Monika is an inspiration. She helped me rediscover my long forgotten passion: being an artist. After I got married, I concentrated on having children. But now my children are adults and go to university. I felt a bit like an empty nester. Monika helped me to decrease the gap of feeling alone and doing something meaningful with my life again. Suzy H., Wales

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Change in life means uncertainty and not knowing what will happen next. This uncertainty is part of our lives and can be dealt with hands on.

I remember that when my boyfriend and I broke up, we lived together in a flat in London. From one day to another the relationship was over. Done and dusted. We both wanted different things in life. He wanted to get married and I wanted to travel the world. I experienced the uncertainty of not knowing where I would live next. I was upset because it happened unexpectedly. But what would life be without situations like these that are put in front of you? You would never learn and grow so that you get more prepared for the next situation that may be as painful as a relationship break up.

The same applies to being made redundant, financial issues and any other problems that pops up in your life.

None of us can escape the changes that occur in our life’s but we can deal with them in a sensible and rational way.

Here are some tips on how to deal with each situation:

1) Describe the situation you are currently in. It helps if you write down the situation in a diary or journal so that you get a clear picture of what is going on.

2) How has the fear of change come about? What is the truth here? What lies beneath that?

Don’t analyse why you have this fear, simply find out what lies beneath at this point.

3) What do you believe about this situation? Could it be prevented? If not, what do you need to do to overcome the fear? Maybe you need to find out more information or need to get advice from an expert.

4) How would a fearless person do in that situation? Investigate famous people who have overcome fear of change. My favourite famous person to mention is Hilary Devey. I have read her book “Bold as Brass” and herein she describes how she dealt with all the pitfalls in her life. She certainly dealt with fear but she focused on what she needs to do to solve each issue. Absolutely amazing!

5) Our beliefs that are attached to this situation are important. They prevent us from making the change. They keep us in our low paid job, in our toxic relationship, keep the debts, and live in a small property. Change is a big thing for everybody and that is why only a small group of us have the courage to move towards living the life we deserve. It takes a lot of courage, risk and boldness to move ahead with your life’s desires.

To become clear about the beliefs in your mind, I suggest you make a list of the beliefs that prevent you from making changes in your life. Take a moment to write them down and then write the positive one next to it. Write them on sticky notes and read them daily before you go to work and in the evenings when you return home

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