Penelope Rose Miller
Penelope Rose Miller CPCC, PCC
Areas of Focus / Specializations:
Transforming old fearful belief systems that have us thinking we are not good enough and replacing those with a solid foundation of who we truly are and what we are capable of conjuring up from this place.
Cultivating resiliency through transitions, grief and mid life unravelings to reveal the strength and wisdom that can be birthed from these terrains.
Engaging more authentically and courageously in all of our interactions and relationships so that we lead with our own energy fully intact.
Awakening our intuition and moving towards our desires and truths to live our souls version of our life purpose.
Creating rituals in our lives and homes that help ground, support and immerse the work of continuously coming back to courageous heart presence.
Embracing what it means to be more fully human by letting go of being perfect and stretching into trusting life.
What is something that amazes you?
That we are all hanging out on a giant piece of rock called Earth that is floating and turning in infinite space. The paradox that we are so tiny yet completely apart of so much more. It is both humbling and grandiose it it’s nature. The perspective this offers me when my own life story or the world and it’s politics feel too overwhelming is very grounding. The notion at times that such vast mystery can actually be comforting is amazing. It is this that brings me back to the present. For it is all I truly know.
Tell me about your favorite time of day, week, month or season?
Fall. There is something so special about letting the busy end of summer go. Dropping back down into yourself. The light changes. The wind picks up. There is an electricity in the air. Less wine more tea. It feels very right to me.
What is the strangest thing you believed as a child?
The leftover milk that I did not drink and poured down the drain went straight to hungry kids elsewhere. I used to just pour milk from the carton down the drain. Terribly wasteful with the best of magical kid like intentions.
What chore do you most like doing and why?
Watering the outside plants in the summer. It is usually around twilight when I get around to it so I get to bask in the golden hour. I sometimes talk to my plants letting them know they are doing great. I usually shower not just their roots but enjoy cooling off the entire plant. Lastly, I love the feeling of wet soil and the smell of life getting what it needs to thrive.
In what area of your life are you most like yourself as a child?
My childlike wonder is something I have never lost. The one obvious place I am most like a child is when I get into a cozy bed and just wiggle with the joy of it. And talk to myself out loud. "I am so coooooooooooozzzyyyyy!!!"
If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
I would learn to speak every language spoken and to play every instrument that can be played. Communication and connection are big values of mine and language is the facilitator of those values.
International Coach Federation; Professional Certified Coach. ICF; PCC.
Certification at The Coaching Training Institute
Bachelors degree in Contemplative Psychology from Naropa University
Trained as a Mediator at Resolutions Northwest.
Training at the Pacific institute of Homeopathy
Meditation workshops at Shambhala Center
Member of the ICF, International Coaching Federation
Member of NAPO
National Association of Professional Organizers.
ICD Institute for Challenging Disorganization