Hello, I am William Morgan I have been helping and training clients to overcome obstacles and achieve their goals for over 25 years. Over time, I have fined tuned my Mindfulness Training, enabling clients to apply the Eastern principles and mindfulness, rooted in Yoga, Zen, and Eastern practices, to their deep rooted, seemingly insolvable problems. More recently, I focus on the problems of businessmen and athletes, who under-perform in critical moments or who experience mental blocks in specific competitive situations helping them achieve more than ever.
I have studied with well-known and seasoned Zen and Yoga practitioners from Japan and China. From those old values and traditions I’ve cultivated my own techniques and methods for benefits in today’s world. I travel extensively speaking and working with those desiring to overcome chronic, self-limiting issues to achieve success and happiness.
I first created a clientele from swim-phobia. I noticed my clients reported the training was helping solve other unrelated problems: career, relationship, performance, stress. I didn’t understand what was happening, so began studying Buddhism and the Eastern martial arts and discovered that many of the natural laws I used in the water had been used for thousands of years in combat and human enlightenment. The result of my study is what I now call Mindfulness Training: a blend of applied mindfulness, meditation and Eastern thought. It’s highly effective with all types of personal obstacles and goal achievement.
My aquatic biofeedback techniques and sensory mindfulness training uniquely gave people the ability to see their own behavior and make profound changes. The method is so effective, I guaranteed results if my training was followed. It was amazing and unexpected to those with life-long obstacles, who had no hope, but now had the courage to try one more time and to succeed. This work is deeply satisfying to me.
I became intrigued with the problem of under-performance and failure at critical moments in business and sport. It seemed obvious to me these situations displayed the same fight or flight instincts underlying swimphobia and stress. With swimphobics the solution had to reach into their very core, to alter the inner narrative to perform successfully at key moments, when instincts take over from rational thought. If the subconscious is not focus and clear, critical stressful moments will overwhelm effective actions and logical thinking, no matter ones intelligence level.