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Stepping into the unknown. 

My invitation to you is to explore the fascinating nature of thought with me to discover and experience the significant role that thoughts and beliefs play in your experience of life and how this can lead to peace. 

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Are you living with recurring feelings of anxiety, worry, and stress? They are your greatest gift.

As long as we try to get rid of thoughts or feelings instead of understanding their function, we will continue to suffer. Suffering is not something to get rid of; it is the best guide to navigate that which needs to be healed.

My name is Suzanne, and through coaching, courses, my own podcast, and talks, I aim to create awareness around the illusory and misleading nature of thought and the all-encompassing role that conscious thoughts and unconscious beliefs play in how we feel and experience ourselves, others, and the world around us.

Understanding the nature of thought means awakening to your true nature, ie. that which never changes. It is questioning the reality of everything we have learned. Questioning reality paves the way for a direct experience. Your direct experience leads to sustainable shifts in your well-being. When we stop resisting what is, that which we resist falls away.

Understanding the nature of thought means living with increased ease and a deep sense of connection and harmony with oneself, with others, and with the eternal, ever-changing flow of life.


By understanding the nature of thought, you can:

  • Finally discover what it is that stands in the way of making the changes you desire.
  • Release the fear of not being enough as well as other fears associated with inadequacy.
  • Experience the gradual and liberating shift away from fear and back to love, which is your nature.
  • Increase you capacity to be able to live in harmony with whatever thoughts or feelings arise – no matter how scary they may feel.


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“Until the whole world is free to agree with you or disagree with you, until you have given the freedom to everyone to like you or not like you, to love you or hate you, to see things as you see them or to see things differently—until you have given the whole world its freedom—you’ll never have your freedom.”



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  • Suzanne Lång

    “Suzanne conveys this challenging subject in a highly enthusiastic, excellent, and clear manner. She is truly passionate about the topic and helping her fellow human beings. She is incredibly generous with both her knowledge, experiences, accessibility, and deepest goodwill towards us participants. I highly recommend this course for those seeking tools to manage their burdensome and challenging thoughts in a better, more peaceful way.”

    (Participant on my 5-week live online course.)

  • Suzanne Lång

    “Imagine that something that sounds so simple and obvious can be so difficult. With Suzanne’s gentle, yet purposeful coaching, I have gone through a powerful and inspiring inner journey. I discovered an important piece of the puzzle that I had not even realized was missing. Once the penny dropped, the tears came. The insight was so strong and deep that it has changed me and my attitude to life in general.”


  • Suzanne Lång

    “It feels so reassuring to listen to you. What you have to say feels so important and right, and your own sense of security brings calmness and credibility to it all.”

    High School Teacher, Engineer

  • Suzanne Lång

    “Suzanne is amazing. She has a completely holistic approach to her coaching and truly sees you for who you are. She helped me see through what I found challenging and recognized strengths where I saw weaknesses. But above all, she dared to challenge my way of thinking and encouraged seeing things from new perspectives, which can be really uncomfortable at times, but oh so rewarding and helpful! The journey I took with Suzanne as my coach has been incredibly valuable, both for me as a leader in my work and in my personal life.”

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My work is an invitation for you to unite the
power of the mind with the power of the heart,
allowing you to fully embrace who you truly are.

Most of us have hundreds, if not thousands, of stories that we tell ourselves every day. Created by thoughts and beliefs, these mostly unconscious narratives drive us and define who we are.

These stories and beliefs shape how we see ourselves, our colleagues and the world in a completely unique way making it impossible to truly know someone or something. Because thoughts feel so real, we take these stories as truth. And when we accept them as truth, without questioning them, we suffer in countless ways. Conflicts arise, productivity is reduced and stress, worry, and anxiety become normal.

Below are nine of the most basic and fundamental aspects of who 'you' are, most of which go unnoticed, but are entirely experienced through the power of Thought.

Peace arises when the mind harmonizes with things as they are. When you argue with what is, conflict arises, and that confusion is suffering. The only thing that argues with what is is your thinking. A thought arises, you believe it, and peace seems to disappear. When you believe your thoughts, you suffer, and when you don't get wrapped up in the narrative of your thoughts, life is simple. You are in resistance to what is simply by believing the thought; this creates a war within your mind. Peace is who you are without a story.
This forms the foundation for understanding Clarity and Creativity.

The body is a localization in the form of all that we are, and the body is our vehicle to operate and navigate in this world, experiencing everything that life has to offer. The body is constantly in reality, telling us through emotions when the mind departs from reality and takes falsehoods as truth. When we start to see the body as the amazing computer and GPS that it is, we can live in harmony with whatever emotions arise – no matter how daunting they may feel.


This forms the foundation for understanding Presence and Inner Peace.

We often think of "self"-identity as our personality, our small quirks, our body, in other words, how we see and define ourselves. However, "self"-identity extends far beyond this idea of who we are to all kinds of external concepts and objects such as our roles, our home, our friends, our jobs, and our lifestyle. Problems arise because this "self" we so identify with does not exist - it is a mental construct and is the cause of all mental suffering.

This forms the foundation for understanding Conflict Resolution.

Just like "self"-identity, personality is also a mental construction, created from birth through our environment, our conditioning, interpretation and beliefs we have simply acquired through time. Our personality is a story. It is an imaginary idea of "how" we are as a person created in the mind . We take this "story" as an absolute truth about who we are, but it is only relative to the moment to what is being believed. The personality is not fixed and it constantly changes depending on a number of factors. Factors that also constantly change.

This forms the foundation for understanding Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence.

When we think of survival, we most often consider the survival of the physical body. What we may not see is that thoughts are the daily struggle to protect and defend a "self" that exists no more than in our thoughts. Until we engage in a conversation like this. Through direct experience we can discover that what we are constantly defending and protecting is the survival of our identity, the aspect of ourselves that we call "I" or "me."

This forms the foundation for truly understanding Stress Management.

It is through our relationships with others that we learn the most about ourselves. When we begin to understand our true nature, we can transfer that knowledge to better understand other people, our relationships, and the gift they represent. Instead of seeing others as separate individuals we must protect ourselves from, validate ourselves through, or assert ourselves over, they become a mirror for us to reflect back our own beliefs and conditioned concepts about the image we have of ourselves.

This forms the foundation for understanding genuine Empathy and Compassion.

The "self" we claim to have the free will is entirely built of thought, it is a mental contstruct and as long as we think that this "self" has volition or choice outside of its' own conditioning there is no possibility of having free will. As long as we are unaware of our conditioning and continue to believe that we could have acted differently under precisely the same circumstances, with precisely the same thoughts and understanding of the situation, we will never be free. 

This forms the foundation for understanding Potential

Everyone has their own way of expressing themselves, but it can be challenging to express ourselves in the way we truly want. Why do we hold back? What is preventing you from expressing what you desire? What role does our learned behavior play in our ability to express ourselves? What are the factors that hinder us from feeling secure in expressing what we genuinely want from the heart?


This forms the foundation for understanding Communication and Integrity.

We come into this world naked and empty-handed and we cannot take anything with us when we go. We are helpless at the beginning and at the end of our lives. So, what is the point of it all? And what is our purpose?

This forms the foundation for understanding Purpose and Meaning.

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