Serving as a catalyst for transformation

 

My Transformation began when...

The following words reverberated through my entire being like bells tolling in a church tower from the book It's a Meaningful Life: It Just Takes Practice by Bo Lozoff.

The gap between our sincere values and our actual behavior is the source of all self-hatred.
— Bo Lozoff

They served as the spark of my own personal transformation from a vibrationally low state of powerlessness and resignation. What followed was the emergence of my personal stretch and journey and extensive work into ReIntegrative Healing and Transformational Life Coaching.

Hi, my name is Ty Ryan, and I am a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, specializing in Transformational Life Coaching and ReIntegrative Healing. Serving as a catalyst, holding a safe and caring space for evoking greater access to authentic transformation from the inside-out.

My professional background includes a successful career in the high tech industry Informational Technology for the last 17+ years with tenure at Microsoft, AT&T, and IBM, to name a few. My coaching experience includes over 550+ hours of paid coaching experience as a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach through The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), and hundreds more in the healing arts. I have been blessed with abilities of clairvoyance, clairsentience, clairgustance, clairalience, medical intuition, and mediumship.

I founded That Loving Space, LLC due to my passion in Helping Bold People Transform their Now. So they may discover the truth in their story. One that honors their innate creativity, empowerment, resourcefulness and wholeness. People, we are not broken, we merely have fractures!

There's an ancient practice of Kintsugi ("golden joinery"), also known as Kintsukuroi ("golden repair"), a Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum, a method similar to the maki-e technique. As a result, you are more precious because of the fractures holding you together. Making you rich in depth and dimension.

When someone is walking beside us, we have more courage to walk into the unknown and to risk the dark and messy places in our journey.
— CTI, The Coaches Training Institute
 

It began when...

 

Growing up with mom, sis, and my sweet abuela (grandmother), I remember having many paranormal experiences that became part of my every day reality. With no other choice but to accept my version of "Weird", I found creative ways to operate in my unique color of existence. How, you ask? Like any other kid in my situation, I turned to super heroes and their magical abilities as a frame of reference in order to help my feeling somewhat normal. They were the closest association to magic I was able to process at the time.

Unhealthy familial dysfunctions and conditioning made for less than ideal conditions in learning healthy coping mechanisms of communication, relationships, and love. Growing up mostly surrounded by women, my self identity was not clear either. I knew I was a boy through and through, but I couldn't understand why I felt feelings so deeply as well as the feelings of others.

Life after high high school wasn't any better. Then unexpectedly, parenthood happened. That's when I decided to pony up and chose a to live a better life for my children. The choice became abundantly clear, to pursue a life in information technology. Not really. It was clear, but not how you'd expect. Not what you were expecting from a dude who experiences life in the twilight zone. Right? 

You see, this decision presented itself in the form of an incredible vision while waiting for the light to turn green one beautiful south FL day. Very much like a movie scene playing out before me, there where computers of all shapes and sizes everywhere! With that, people were going to be needed to support and maintain such technology. So I listened, and made the leap. What set me apart from most IT Professionals was being completely self-taught. Yeah, not a common occurrence in that industry.

No traditional or formal education in computer sciences whatsoever. Intuition, grit, and determination were my secret to success. How does one celebrate such accomplishments while keeping both feet on the ground? Simple, by giving thanks everyday for the grace and ease of every amazing opportunity that led me to that point. All because I listened! Yeah, I'm a badass in that regard.