I’m Tifani Wagner, a Certified Meditation Facilitator, Energy Practitioner, and overall Spiritual Minimalist who’s tired of the bubblegum love and light movement.
I’m here to help people get real with themselves and face their human burnout from an empowered place of inner authority.
I’m also a busy professional and I love supporting other high-performing, high-achieving, overthinkers in decreasing stress and overwhelm.
I meditate and journal A LOT.
I've even had friends call me out (in a good way) about how often I say, let me call you back I'm going into meditation.
But here's the thing.
Yes I AM disciplined in meditating and I give myself credit for that, but it's because meditation and journaling SAVED MY LIFE.
I'm a very practical person.
Type A Personality, Go-Getter, High-Performing, High-Achieving, Overthinking…
And a few years ago when I hit my limit, when my usual fix-it methods stopped working and I was faced with what could be coined - Human Burnout - I made a choice.
I made a choice to turn all of my attention inward because I had nothing left to give outwardly.
I spent a crap ton of time deep-diving into spiritual practices trying to find myself again.
I encountered every modality you can think of.
I learned a lot, tried a lot, and canned a lot.
I knew the best parts of me were still accessible, deep down, but it was all covered up by stress and overwhelm.
I figured out that we could talk all day about HOW to live better, but it means NOTHING without committing to USING your knowledge within your experience.
And I'm a good Do-er.
It just makes sense to my brain that making good use of linear time involves actually applying your insights.
CONSCIOUS LIVING. INSPIRED ACTION.
Transformation over Information.
Stop talking and go DO.
As on Overthinker, I process a lot, and I'm subject to mental exhaustion if I let my guard down and try to work from a space that's self-UNaware.
Meditation and Journaling help me to keep my thoughts and beliefs in check.
It helps in focusing my mental processing so that I'm not ruminating and wasting time in never-ending, unproductive thought loops.
The style of meditation that I facilitate for others is outcome-based, not about clearing your mind but about exploring it.
Yes to Creative Solutions. No to Ruminating Thoughts.
And the bonus is that it helps to regulate the nervous system, decreasing the time we spend in fight or flight mode.
There's really no point in me going on and on about the benefits of Meditation and Journaling.
If you're anything like me, a busy professional who has stuff to do and life to live, then you need to just try it and see for yourself.
Experience over Word Game.
If you can clock any relief over a period of time, your interest will be piqued enough and you'll keep going.
When something works, you stick with it - because you're a better person with it than without it.
It's that simple.
I'm a kick-ass version of myself because I meditate and journal - and that's what I want to share with you.
So if anything I said is speaking to you, join my email list, grab whatever I'm giving away, follow me on social media, and I'll do my best to show you how I make it all work.
All the best,
P.S. If you're a beginner when it comes to journaling or writing makes you cringe, check out this article for a few ideas on other forms of journaling.