Patrycja Lucyna Altynska is one of the coaches that we found this month and we did a little interview with her. She impressed us with her vast experience and devotion to the work of Dr Joe Dispenza.
She was really spiritual almost all her life. But as it is said, “flying too close to the sun can melt your wings”, she suffered with identity loss, depression, and feeling lost for a while in her life. However, from the biggest breakdowns come the greatest breakthroughs.
In her darkest moment when she couldn’t even see her children, she found her path by understanding the real wisdom of true love. Studying various practices and psychology, from reiki to NLP, it all helped her to find her way as a professional life coach.
Now, through her experience, wisdom and knowledge, she helps people get out of their dead ends in life and find their way back to the true power they carry within. Here is what she said.
Meet Life Coach Patrycja Lucyna Altynska:
Name: Patrycja Lucyna Altynska
Pillar: The Spirit, The Heart
Who is this coach for: Anyone who feels lost in life, or just wants to be guided to reach the transformation they want.
How they can help: Through her process called “Be The One Total Life Transformation” and using various techniques and semi-hypnotic tools like EFT tapping and NLP, to name a few.
First of all, how are you and your family doing in these Pandemic times?
The pandemic hit us super hard. I ended up separated from my children for over a year.
Before the pandemic, I lived between two continents. I was based in the UK and frequently traveled to the US to be with my children, Polo, 16, and Ria, 13, now. They live with their dad in the US and go to a private school there.
When the first lockdown hit, I was in the UK and couldn’t go back to the US in time for my daughter’s 11th birthday. I was heartbroken and already was battling depression which was becoming more prominent as the pandemic weeks went by.
Despite my struggles, I decided to organize a surprise ZOOM birthday party for Ria and connected with friends and family worldwide. It turned out super uplifting, and we had a blast. Ria, who baked her birthday cake, was surprised and very touched.
It was the beginning of my ZOOM motherhood for the next 16 months.
I went through many ‘dark nites of the soul’. The depression kept creeping up on me. It was a long, challenging time. Thankfully I discovered new meditation practice, created and inspired by the teachings of Dr. Joe Dispenza.
My deep desire to tune into the alternative scenarios enabled me to focus on seeing how this situation could work for us rather than happen to us. It helped me take action to get better and make the most out of my circumstances.
I decided that our separation happened to prove what true love for each other means and that we are not bound by space and time. So I told myself that the physical distance between us and my condition did not limit us, and I could still prove to be a loving and caring mother and meet my children’s needs.
I believe the pandemic enabled us to create an even deeper and more loving connection.
Of course, I am very grateful for the opportunities that current technology has given us.
My children grew up very fast during the pandemic and became very independent.
When we lived together, I tended to (s)mother them a bit. Because of my physical absence, my kids had to learn how to cook for themselves, look after their rooms, belongings, washing, etc. When we reunited, we learned how to spend quality time together and sincerely appreciate each other’s company.
There is always a hidden gem at the bottom of the most extensive breakdown.
How does the coronavirus pandemic affect your clients? Did it affect you at all?
Interestingly, by choice, I never paid much attention to the virus and its restrictions (apart from not being able to travel to see my children). Instead, I have trained my mind to transcend it and focus on opportunities.
As Tony Robbins once said, this situation highlighted what we already predominantly had going on in our lives and our tendencies.
If you were someone who sees opportunities, you would see ways to benefit from pandemics more. If you worried a lot, you would find more reasons to worry yourself sick. If you were a carer, there was more caring to bring to the covid affected ones. If you were into conspiracies, you had plenty of juice to attract evidence for that.. the same for rebels, activists, and justice seekers. The list goes on and on.
My tendency was a mixture of caring, reframing, and seeking a cure for depression mixed with being open to new opportunities. I have used this time to grow my abilities as a coach. I pursued more training and opened up to have a greater variety of clients.
I started attracting clients globally, from places I had never even considered before. I had clients from both Americas, Australia, different European countries, and more.
What I found interesting was that none of the clients I work with seemed affected by a coronavirus in a detrimental way.
What are the biggest lessons that you learned in this pandemic?
Truthfully! It might sound like an old record, but the situation I found myself in and how things turned out when I made a heartfelt decision to reframe it is:
Love always wins and ultimately heals, and when it seems like it doesn’t, it’s because it’s not over, and we haven’t established ourselves in true love yet.
In my understanding, love is a synonym for appreciation and acknowledgment of being alive, a true passion for life (compassion = come to passion), and all its creations.
Love makes us grow, care, be grateful, deeply compassionate, and open to the unknown. When we suffer in life is because we separate ourselves from true love.
Love is boundless, timeless, creative, powerful, always harmonizes, and repeatedly re-creates, whether we talk about it in our inner parts or outer world. True love is totally generated from within.
Pandemic enabled me to experience true love for myself, my children, and my clients. I was asking for a deep transformation, healing, and new purpose, and it came. Ask, and it’s given.
Tell us about you, your career, how you started with your coaching career?
I’ve always had tendencies to care, influence, and bring the best out of people and tap into their greatness even if they couldn’t see it.
My career as a life coach evolved through the trajectory of my life in a way I would have never predicted.
My obsession with spirituality and personal growth and my big need to contribute to the lives of others propelled my life coaching endeavor.
In my early 20s, I came across the practice of Transcendental Meditation which dramatically changed my life. I went all in with TM. I lived and breathed it for over ten years. I made sure that all my friends and family knew about it.
As a political sciences student specializing in political marketing and propaganda, I was determined to debunk the myths of cultish connotations to the teachings of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who brought TM to the west in the early 50s.
I wanted everyone around me to learn the practice, improve their way of thinking and living, and see more possibilities. So I became a devoted meditator and campaigner for it, got initiated with advanced techniques, and shaped my life to maintain my TM-infused lifestyle and routine.
I developed an interest in Ayurveda, Stapatya Veda. I went to live in TM community, set up in North West of the UK in Skelmersdale where many people would enter their houses from back gardens (driven by the belief that an East or North entrance is most favorable for them).
After ten years of helping my then-husband run his Marketing Agency and after our relatively amicable divorce, I joined Maharishi Ayurveda Clinic as an employee.
It was a small Panchakarma clinic in Lancashire where I worked as an assistant manager and a marketing advisor.
I learned and practiced many self-help techniques derived from energy psychology and became a Reiki Master during that time.
Doing ‘other stuff’ wasn’t very necessary welcomed within the community of TM’ers. Many considered other practices as something not as beneficial or interfering with the purity of Maharishi’s teachings, which I respected.
However, I was curious about why many TM’ers still struggled in different areas of life despite having such powerful tools, and quite frankly, I was one of them.
As a result, I gave up my 15 years of super committed TM practice to pursue other teachings and different techniques to find the answers.
I now recognize that my depression was partially infused with the lost identity and confusion about my direction in life. This state dominated my life for several years until the pandemic.
Yet, in regards to my career, this has been my actual starting point and the reason why I have become even more passionate about helping others to get unstuck in life and step into their heartfelt power.
As the years went by, my gift for tuning in to people’s greatness, regardless of their beliefs about themselves and successfully guiding them out of the dead ends, became more apparent.
I developed a passion for discharging their energy from destructive beliefs, aka thought patterns helping them direct their focus and point their power toward the future they wholeheartedly desire and would much rather live.
I have called my process Be The One Total Life Transformation.
What was your biggest obstacle that you had to overcome in your life that made you who you are today?
As you get ‘younger’, you realize that overcoming obstacles is a natural element of your life’s game. We can become good at it, get excited when challenges arise, and start thriving rather than surviving.
As I recall now, my biggest challenge was to reinvent myself as a mother, accept what has happened to my children and me, and stop feeling sorry for myself every time I saw other mums who had their children by their side.
As I mentioned before, to heal my depression (I see it as a period of ‘deep rest’ now), I decided to commit to one approach and immerse myself deeply in Dr. Joe Dispenza’s teachings. I had to reinvent myself and become a brand new person who could do everything opposite to what my disengaged, trapped, and addicted to suffering mind was telling me.
It led me to a discovery of the tremendous benefits of heart-brain coherence and Dispenza’s meditations formula.
My total immersion enabled me to bounce back from the darkest depth of the cold and intimidating ocean of desperation into its peaceful, warm, and ultimately reassuring waters.
Going ALL IN has become my biggest breakthrough.
I experienced the power of my inner alignment and the pacification of my saboteurs!
I have turned my most prominent inner critic into a total cheerleader, and I did it with the help of others. I built a circle of people who believed in me and my recovery more than, at times, I did myself.
It proved to me how important it is to have a coach who guides you and reminds you of who you want to become.
The Coaching Style:
How do you innovate with coaching your clients?
My coaching is tailored and individualized to my client’s needs and desires. We always work on the whole person addressing different aspects of my client’s life but starting with the most prominent issue that causes their greatest pain.
When working together, we become a team. I love holding my client’s space and guiding them to find their answers, tapping into their inner resources, and communicating with their subconscious mind through the heart-brain connection.
We often address limitations that must be expanded and transformed into possibilities. We do it in creative and often metaphorical ways. As a result, my clients regain energy from the past and free it to focus on creating a much preferred future.
As a student of many different modalities and practices, I have great tools in my arsenal.
There are real weapons of “mass destruction” (of habitual limitations) and restful action (enabling action from the place of inner knowing and inspiration)
What’s unique about your coaching approach?
We are all unique without exception, and my coaching is unique because there is no ONE like me.
There is no ONE on this planet who has lived and traveled the trajectory of my life the same way I have been. This applies to all coaches and humans.
There is no ONE who’s way of doing things is the same. It might be similar to coming from shared training and teacher, but ultimately, we all stand out as unique individuals.
Be The One Coaching has been built on the premises of unity within diversity, infinite possibilities, total appreciation for all of life, respect for human needs, win-win scenarios, and total collaboration!
What benefits do your clients get after working with you?
My clients always find resolutions to the issues they come to me with. I can also help them with irrational fears and phobias.
They drastically improve their relationship with themselves and, as a result, with people in their lives.
They reconcile with their past, connect with their passions, attract better opportunities, re-shape their minds and bodies, learn new things and start co-creating their dream future.
Do you use any specific tools to be efficient with your clients?
I love using heart-brain coherence techniques as well as semi-hypnotic tools, including the very effective practice of EFT tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique).
I also love using certain strategies developed by Tony Robbins and the group of psychologists with whom he created his transformational coaching courses.
I implement elements of NLP and draw a lot of inspiration from Dr. Joe Dispenza’s teachings and the practices of modern yogis, like Wim Hoff.
If you had a super megaphone that, when you speak into, the whole world will hear your message, what would you say?
CONNECT WITH YOUR HEART, LITERALLY, AND DO IT WITH OTHER PEOPLE’s HEARTS!
DEVELOP YOUR STRONG GRATITUDE MUSCLE and open to real MAGIC (which, btw, once explained by science, becomes logic)
So-called HEART – BRAIN COHERENCE IS a POWERFUL state we can tap into on-demand. When we harmonize with our hearts and the hearts of others through very simple processes, we create an environment for love where beneficial change for all can occur in both: our inner and outer worlds!
What is the greatest lesson you have learned in your life?
That the world is as we are and that in its most potent essence, we are mighty beings and co creators.
Each ONE of us is capable of impossible things, without exception.
We are capable of healing ourselves from every condition under that sun. We have a fantastic apparatus for that our mind, body, and energy system are magnificent in their capabilities to restructure, rebuild, and rejuvenate themselves, but we need guidance, and we need the know-how.
The mainstream beliefs we collectively subscribe to take our power away. We are capable of healing others and their lives by connecting with their true essence and potential rather than the products of their limitations, we can do so by connecting our hearts and setting empowering intentions.
There is always a win-win possibility for anything in life, and we shall never compromise on our needs and desires as it always backfires.
Your final thoughts?
Thank you so much for allowing me to share with you and your readers my story and life coaching approach.
I hope it has contributed in some deep way to every person who has read it and sparked a desire to connect with me.
Where Can You Find Patrycja Lucyna Altynska?
If you liked this interview and you would love to work with Patrycja to find your way out of your rut by aligning with the true love in your heart, with the greatness you carry inside, go to betheonecoaching.com and see how she can help you.