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Details for private One-On-One Trauma Hacking™ Coaching

Thank you for your interest in one-on-one Trauma Hacking™ coaching with me.

Read on for the details…

So, something interesting just happened….

About a month ago I sent out an email about working one-on-one with me if you are a rebel practitioner, coach, therapist, clinician, wellness entrepreneur or high functioning human and are looking for the edge in your business/practice.

The response was bigger than I could imagine and we couldn’t take everyone who applied.

But, that’s not the interesting part. The interesting part is that ever since I came out about the only trauma-informed, evidence based coaching process I created called Functional Life Coaching™ and Trauma Hacking™ – so many amazing souls have raised their hand and said “Mastin, I’ve done so much work on myself and I still feel stuck…”

There’s this sense that something deeper is needed, to get the the root cause of the inner blocks and emotional trauma that are holding you back.

These rebel practitioners know that by doing their own Trauma Hacking™ work, they can get even better results for their clients, in their business/practice and in their relationships.

Because, when you address the root cause, everything else starts to shift and change. One of the reasons why I closed down my one-on-one business many years ago is because I thought (perhaps incorrectly) that people weren’t ready to really dive deep. But I’ve been so overwhelmed (in a good way) with the response and desire to dive deeper that I decided to do a test last month to see if my intuition was correct about the willingness and readiness to do the deeper work.

And, to my surprise, last month we got a flood of applications. And, my schedule filled up with amazing souls and rebel practitioners who are ready for the one-on-one dive deep into their root cause trauma and start the healing process so that they can have the edge, get unstuck and make a greater impact.

Since I wasn’t too sure how it was going to go, I only opened a few spots to test the waters.

I’m so thrilled because this process has been so energizing that I’ve decided to open up just a few more one-on-one Trauma Hacking™ private coaching spaces.

Like I said before, the one-on-one Trauma Hacking™ experience is powerful, deep and will help you address the root cause that’s holding you back.

Because it’s one-on-one and it’s total focus on you, I only have a few spaces and the financial investment is significant.

So, if you are interested in a one-on-one Trauma Hacking™ experience with me, please send an email to hello(at)mastinkipp(dot)com with the subject “PRIVATE COACHING” and I’ll send you more details.

Or you can click here to send me an email.

One quick ask: please only send me an email if you are serious about taking the time to dive deep and making a significant investment in yourself.

So much becomes available when you dive in to the root cause of why you’re stuck.

If you’re ready for the one-on-one Trauma Hacking™ deep dive with me, just send an email to hello(at)mastinkipp(dot)com with the subject “PRIVATE COACHING” and I’ll send you more details.

I’m opening up just a few spaces, so make sure to be in touch quickly before the spots get filled up again.

It’s a real honor to be able to dive deep and help you get results faster, with less stress and more fulfilled results.

I’m looking forward to connecting with you and diving deep!

Remember to get out there, take action and make it real.

Your biggest supporter,



If you know anyone who has been looking to connect with deeper work, a more trauma-informed approach, please feel free to forward them this link. It might just change their life.

Just surrender.

What do you do when there’s nothing left to do?

Surrender. I don’t know about you, but January was a month that was butt kicking. So, I’m deciding to start my year over as of February 1st, you with me?

Jenna and I just moved, so between that and running a business and travel, it’s been a hectic month.

My word for today: surrender.

Surrender is an important tool in your personal growth tool belt. At the end of the day, we can try, argue and fight – but we must surrender. Surrender is not the same thing as giving up. It’s about giving into your greater destiny, calling and purpose.

This is a powerful concept because many times we think we have to go it alone. Or that we have to have all the answers. But that’s not the case. You never walk alone, and it’s important to leave space for greater guidance to come into your life.

Once you’ve watched this episode, leave a comment and let me know who or what you are going to surrender today. And – if you’ve had success in this area leave a comment to let us know how you did it.

Together, we can grow into who we are meant to me.



Is there a spiritual lesson in being cheated on?


A client asked me recently to write about cheating in romantic relationships.

This is a touchy subject because it stings so much. I’ve experienced the pain of cheating first hand, and I can tell you I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.

All a relationship is, after all, is two people learning how to trust one another. Trust is the foundation of everything else. Without trust, there isn’t a relationship.

When cheating happens, that trust is shattered. And it’s very hard to get it back (not impossible).

There are different perspectives on cheating. For me, it’s a deal breaker. For my therapist, she has seen many a couple work through it and come back even stronger.

There’s no right or wrong way to look at it, but there is a deeper lesson inside the painful act of cheating that I’d like to speak to.

I’ve worked with many clients who have been cheated on in different ways: sexually and emotionally.

Sexual cheating is when you have sex outside the relationship. It’s the physical act of cheating.

Emotional cheating seems innocent, but in many times, it’s worse. It seems innocent because there is no physical, sexual act. It’s all in your head.

But we humans are energy beings and can feel when things are off. When you are emotionally in love with someone else, or just flirting with them in a major way, this can be more devastating than the physical act many times.

Because intimacy is not meant for someone other than your partner, and this can be a real blow.

After working with so many people who have experienced cheating, there’s a common trend that I’ve noticed.

One question I asked them all is “How long before the cheating started did you feel unsafe in your relationship?”

The answer is always, “a long time” and for many the answer was “I never felt safe in our relationship”.

I believe that our body and intuition can feel a person’s true intentions on this matter long before the physical act happens.

Almost every time, when I asked my clients, “What would have done if feeling safe in your relationship was a priority” – most of the time they tell me that they wouldn’t be in the relationship in the first place, or they would be setting the bar higher.

So, I’m going to say something that might seem a little crazy and perhaps controversial – but bear with me for a moment. Keep an open mind.

What if being cheated on is a wake-up call to trust and value yourself? What if the physical act of being cheated on is an external reflection of how you’ve cheated on yourself.

That is to say, you knew something was off, you didn’t feel safe, you knew you deserved better: but you did nothing.

What if ultimately the spiritual lesson of cheating is this: trust thyself.

What if you made feeling safe more important than anything else?

Many people who I work with admit that in a relationship where’s there’s cheating, safety is not a common experience. It doesn’t have to be some huge overt level of feeling unsafe; it could be subtle.

But, there’s always a disturbance in the force. And it is we who need to get smart and trust that.

I’m hoping that you aren’t reading this blog right now and thinking, “Great, so I’m to blame for them cheating?”

That’s not the takeaway. Human beings are responsible for their actions. This blog does not justify or make right what happened, but it can help you learn the lesson.

Trusting yourself, being firm with what you need in a relationship and what you deserve, these are all very valuable lessons. And the sting of cheating comes bearing the gift of this lesson if we can learn it.

Lots of LOVE,