Myste Lyn, your guide to find light after loss
Before sharing my calling with you, I’d like to introduce you to the beautiful Nuna (land) of my home next to the Arctic Ocean… I live in Nunavut (our land) amongst the kind and gentle Inuit (people).
Following My Call…
“At first I was resistant to this call, to offering healing services around death, dying, grief, and loss…
But try as I may to avoid this, my deep inner knowing, my intuition, knew that this was the right direction for me. No matter how much I tried to talk myself out of it, signs continued to appear that were stronger than the mental chatter of fears telling me not to.
So here I am now, and I’ve made it my mission to bring death out of the dark.
Each of us will experience deep loss in our lives. I’ve learned how to embrace my losses and found a way to use each new challenge, big or small, as a rung on the ladder for personal growth. My genius lies in guiding women to reconnect with their Inner Light, what I call the Inner Divine so they feel the power within to move onto the next stage of their lives with confidence and freedom from fear.”
Myste Lyn works as an Empowerment Coach for spiritually minded women uncertain of what to do after loss. She is a gentle yet powerful guide for those wondering how to make sense of their new world.
Many women often don’t know how they will function as life after loss. All they once knew has changed.
As a certified Master Empowerment Coach, Myste uses her skills along with her gift for intuition to sense what may be going on at a deeper subconscious level. Although this may sound dark and perhaps even frightening, Myste brings a lightness and clarity to her sessions that help you re-discover your sense of self in a way that lightens your load.
Her ‘Bittersweet Breakthrough™’ program was designed to help women navigate a path through all the mixed feelings that come with great loss. ‘Bittersweet Breakthrough™’ reconnects you to your Inner Light and fans this flame so it grows. This renewed sense of self is nourished and this Light becomes your inner guidance system that naturally moves you forward with confidence and clarity.
Myste Lyn co-creates with you a reaffirmed faith in the future while releasing guilt and fear.
A sense of peace and purpose is restored through renewed connection with your Inner Divine.
A letter from Myste…
As I sit at my kitchen table, gazing out over the vast Arctic Ocean, I know that all is well with the world.
I have lived over half of my life in the extremes of the Canadian North. In my 20’s I was a self-confessed ‘Hitchhiking Hippie’, traveling and studying at seven Canadian Universities simply out of interest. I interspersed this formal education with personal readings in eastern philosophies and cross-cultural religion. While travelling across North America and spending time in Ecuador, China and India (where I studied yoga under Gopala Krishna) I became comfortable and adept at finding peace in unknown places. After having my fill of travel, my heart called me back to the far North, my first home.
Living in a fly in community beside the Arctic Ocean, with its’ serene landscape and harsh climate, in an Inuit village where I am immersed in the naturally humble presence of this old world culture, I have become marked with deeper sense of inner peace, self-knowing, and an encompassing awareness of the inter-connectedness of all things.
Last spring my mother passed on. When I explained this to my young daughter, she asked “Did she die?” I said: “Her body died but her spirit is still with us” and explained how spirit energy inside people cannot die (remembering Einstein who taught us: “Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it simply changes form”).
Strangely enough, I felt closer to my mother after she passed. She had been carrying many worldly burdens. After she was released from earth, I felt a connection to her youthful spirit; I remembered the person she really was. This was a deeply comforting surprise.
When I left my Arctic home to take care of my mother’s estate, it became strikingly clear to me how much people fear death, and how limited the dialogue is around this profound topic. I remember thinking “Culturally we are babies when it comes to conversations around death”. As an Empowerment Coach and Intuitive Healer, for a long time I had been asking myself “How can I best serve?” and “What is it that the world needs now?” I resigned from a six-figure job to become a Coach because I wanted to have a bigger impact on the world and make a difference in peoples’ lives. It did not take long for me to realize that the experience of my mothers’ death was a pivotal time in my life, and that this was indeed the work that needed doing.
I could see clearly that people needed help exploring, discussing, and accepting the ‘life’ experience of death. I’ve since witnessed many who were silently crying out for practical ways to move forward and to release the fears that were holding them down and quietly dimming their light.
We all want to feel confident and secure about who we are; we all will be faced with loss, and we all will want to feel confident about how to act and be of service when our loved ones are dying. At the end of the day, we want a life where we can trust and feel good about ourselves, in good times and when faced with the difficult challenge of great loss.
This personal journey led me to create a program called “Bittersweet Breakthrough: A Practice of Living Peacefully with Loss”. It was made for people who are at a junction in life due to the presence of death, the loss of a close loved one, and honestly it can be applied to any major loss. Ultimately, my calling is to empower people – guiding them step-by-step into an ever greater version of themselves, helping them to confidently face whatever challenges life may bring. It’s become clear to me, through many, many losses, that within each loss, there lies a gift, what I have called a Bittersweet Blessing.
My great losses, and especially the loss of my mother, have provided me enough life experience that I now know for certain, there is always sweet hidden within the bitter. My hope is that I can share this blessing, this sweet but often deeply hidden treasure, with others who are ready and open to exploring the hidden gems that lie within us all simply waiting for an opportunity for us to hurt so deeply that we venture into these places that may have been left dormant for too long.
Please allow yourself the pleasure of enjoying these dark tender times, for they are a gift on your life journey, to be honoured… and it is within this dark that the light so passionately seeks to shine.
Embrace the Bitter, find the sweet…