Jeanne Provost Helps Clients Find Love In Everyday Experiences

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Find an Abundance of Love In Everyday Experiences With Life Coach & Hypnotherapist Jeanne Provost

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Suzanne Wentley

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The Short Version: When daters or divorcées feel like they’ll never find “The One,” or that there isn’t enough good in the world, they often seek the advice of Life Coach and Hypnotherapist Jeanne Provost. She works remotely with many of her clients to help them transform their lives by redefining their attitudes. Jeanne also fosters an understanding of self-expectations and worldviews that allows people to accept a more abundant universe. Through her upcoming e-book, workshops, and soon-to-be-unveiled meditation program, Jeanne is proving that nothing is unattainable — especially love.

By age 24, Jeanne Provost was married and soon to be raising two daughters. She worked in interior design and had immersed herself in the local art community. Later, she and her husband started a construction company, and Jeanne pursued a passion for photography. It could have been considered a perfect life, until years later when she was blindsided by her husband’s affair.

“When I found out my husband was having an affair, we ended up getting divorced. It was so shocking and unbelievable,” she said. “It was like my family was a glass of marbles, and, in one fell swoop, the jar was poured out and the marbles scattered everywhere. It was a very difficult period in my life.”

Photo of Jeanne Provost, Founder of Living Well Life Coaching & Hypnotherapy

Jeanne Provost founded Living Well Life Coaching & Hypnotherapy to teach clients how to manifest their best lives.

Searching for a purpose, Jeanne stumbled upon a program that taught her how to become a life coach. As someone who naturally helped other people — even doling out advice as far back as grade school — she decided to enroll.

Getting certified as a life coach turned out to be one of the best decisions of Jeanne’s life.

“Doing the work I was taught on myself really transformed my life. I really felt like I was working through it all,” she said. “I was able to move on from this hard breakup to have a positive outlook on life. It changed everything for me, and now I love coaching.”

Jeanne uses her training as a life coach — and hypnotherapist — in her practice, Living Well Life Coaching & Hypnotherapy. She helps clients tap into their subconsciousness mind and encourages them to meditate and connect with their inner selves. The results often help people discover true happiness in their personal and romantic relationships.

“I want all my clients to create abundance in all areas of life. That includes relationships and relationship successes,” she said. “I’ve done all this inner work on myself, so I knew exactly what I wanted in a partner when I began looking for one. Not many people put a lot of emphasis on that. If you don’t know yourself deeply, then you don’t know what you want to attract, date-wise.”

Helping Clients Make Big Changes Remotely & Through Workshops

Jeanne often works remotely by scheduling weekly calls with clients, who can sign up for her four-week webinar package.

“It’s all about getting out of your own way and allowing yourself to have what you’re meant to have in life,” she said. “It’s in every part of life, but also in relationships. If you can’t be in a relationship successfully, your whole life is impacted.”

She also schedules hypnotherapy sessions, which is a two-part process that can also be done remotely.

“For people who are stuck, hypnotherapy allows all things to happen so much faster, because a lot of people just don’t connect with that part of themselves. The brain is 90% subconscious and 10% conscious,” she said, adding that meditation is also vital to mental well-being.

“I have all my clients mediate and write every day because it connects them to their inner selves, grows their brains, and helps them connect to their subconscious, she said. “Your life is like a stairway, and you can move forward instead of falling back. When bad things happen, you can handle things more easily.”

Dating Has Changed, But You Should Still Expect the Best

When it comes to finding love, many singles can feel like they’re falling backward. Anyone who’s been on the dating scene recently knows that confusion, manipulation, and dishonesty go with the territory.

“Before they started dating, many of my clients never thought about the type of person they were inside or allowed themselves to think about the type of person they wanted to be with,” Jeanne said. “They had traits in mind, but a lot of them were superficial and left out things that make relationships last — like integrity, honesty, and openness. I’m talking about a solid relationship, in which you can be best friends, have the best sex, and tell each other everything. Instead of huge fights, you can talk things through, so there’s never the craziness.”

“People need to be trusting and get out of their own ways. A lot of people don’t think to trust, but it’s a huge factor in having a really good life. You can want things, but if you don’t trust you can have them, they don’t happen.” — Life Coach and Hypnotherapist Jeanne Provost

Jeanne encourages her clients to dig deeper into their authentic selves so they can be more trusting in relationships.

“People need to be trusting and get out of their own ways,” she said. “A lot of people don’t think to trust, but it’s a huge factor in having a really good life. You can want things, but if you don’t trust you can have them, they don’t happen.”

Webinars Planned to Teach People How to Visualize Their Desires

Some clients prefer group coaching or attending one of Jeanne’s webinars to one-on-one consultation. She’s branching out into more webinars, starting with bringing her most popular workshop online, “Creating The Life You Desire.” In the four-week webinar, participants are asked to write down specific traits they’re looking for in a mate — or goals they seek in their lives.

Surprisingly, those goals are often met. In fact, Jeanne realized hers.

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Jeanne reaches people through one-on-one coaching, group meetings, and webinars.

“I wrote what I needed myself, as a female. I started stating my desire for this man, and, in one month, I met him,” she said. “There was every reason in the world that we shouldn’t have met, but it was really powerful. And we have had the nicest relationship for the last seven years. I believe in this so strongly.”

Another webinar Jeanne is planning is called “Creating Money” to help people move past limiting beliefs regarding their finances. This 12-week webinar will include guided meditation and visualizations, she said.

Jeanne’s E-book Explains “The Secret,” and More are in the Works

While working with her clients, Jeanne realized that many had no idea what “The Law of Attraction” meant, or any knowledge of other universal laws that could benefit their lives. That’s why she’s writing an e-book titled “Plugging In: Connecting to Your Universal Gifts” to illuminate “The Secret.” The e-book is nearly complete and uses her own life story to teach others about the power of abundance.

“There are so many universal laws and gifts that are our rights, and within the worlds we live in, and my clients aren’t using them,” she said. “I used a lot of these since I was young. I wrote the story and put in all of the different laws and explained how I have used them in life. It’s a simple read, and I want it to be a universal book for everyone.”

Jeanne is also in the process of adding weekly “Red Envelope Meditations” to her website that people can use to help find their inner voices. The goal, Jeanne said, is to help people be happier and have healthy, loving relationships for life.

“I believe in relationships. I believe that everyone can have a beautiful relationship if they want to,” she said. “I believe in forgiveness. A lot of people are meant to be together, even if their relationship goes haywire. I believe people can work things out.”

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