Imagine reshaping your reality from the inside out.
I’ve witnessed my client’s hearts opening as their wings unfolded to take flight.
They went on a new journey, flying high – surpassing their cares and concerns while claiming a new life.
If I wasn’t the woman I’ve become today I wouldn’t ever have been strong enough to stand by their sides during their transformations.
My name is Amunet Burgueno, and I’m a mindset expert, master hypnotist, and coach.
I’ve had the privilege of supporting over 100,000 people with their personal, professional, and spiritual development.
But for the better part of my life, I’ve had to run with the blaze of fire under my feet.
Heartache, doubt, anxiety, and pain were ingrained deep within me, like hair to a brush.
I suffered repetitive and severe sexual, physical, verbal, and sadistic ritual abuse as a child.
My father committed suicide when I was young and I had one trauma after another. Honestly, it’s a miracle I’m even alive right now.
It’s been hard and I’ve been through a living hell.
The trauma and instability I experienced shaped my beliefs and emotions in a way that kept me from creating the life I wanted. I tried to make changes in my life, and after a little progress, I would come back to the familiar pain I wanted to get away from.
My heart was torn apart and I laid on the floor and sobbed. I felt utterly broken and I couldn’t find a way out of the dark hole I was imprisoned in.
Alcohol was a comfort, although an unhealthy way to cope.
In times like that, I couldn’t find myself. And yet, there was a part of me that lay hidden beneath my swirling emotions and unrest.
I could barely function.
I had a history of failed relationships and chose men who couldn’t love me because deep within I had beliefs that I wasn’t worthy of love. I was insecure, jealous, lonely, and filled with fear – lost in my thoughts and emotions.
At every turn, there was new chaos and drama, because I only knew that to be “normal.”
There was a time when all of the memories of my past abuse, from at least 12+ different abusers, started coming to the surface of my mind, when before I had repressed all the emotions and memories from those experiences.
I had been dealing with it for about a year and had been in crisis throughout that time.
I wasn’t able to function well. I wasn’t eating, I had so much trouble taking care of my kids and myself.
I was incapacitated with full-blown panic attacks and I had PTSD that made my mind feel unhinged.
I was sitting on the couch one day thinking “I have every right to tell myself that my life is ruined because of what others had done to me”.
And it was at that moment that I realized that that line of thought, though I was completely entitled to it, literally didn’t help me in any way, shape or form.
I had every right to see myself as a victim for the rest of my life, but what good did that do?
I felt hopeless but I put one foot out in front of the other. In time I made hard changes within myself and with others.
I faced dysfunction, my fears, and my beliefs. I challenged my behaviors and created healthy ways to cope and interact with others.
I felt raw as I made hard decisions, but I deserved better.
I was determined to create a life worth living. After all, it’s the only one I’ve got.
I’ve now become estranged from my family and I’ve been with the love of my life for 26 years – It’s bittersweet.
Life can be messy. I wasn’t going to let my experiences or dysfunction define me or my future.
With the right help, skills, and awareness, I was able to break free from the internal chains that kept me from truly living.
Now, I’m awake. Awake to my soul’s desires. Awake to my strengths. Awake to love, joy, and creativity.
I feel alive.
I’m genuinely empowered and I see my past as lessons that served me – to bring me right where I am now.
I now feel grateful to my wounds, although they ran deep.
Those wounds have been a swift switch, laden down on my psyche. Out of hardship, I arose as a victor.
A victor that uses the fire at her feet as fuel to run towards her dreams and desires.
A victor that sees her fears and doubts, and runs anyway.
My spirit was awakened and the walls that created my reality fell away. I now realize there was more of myself that was emerging within – and she was the real me.
As I allowed her to birth forward everything changed.
Who I am today arose through challenges. My hardships and trauma put me on the path that led to my spiritual awakening and my interest in personal development.
What I experienced allowed me to help people like you transform their mindsets and unburden their hearts.
My programs and resources allow you to walk a path that fills you with joy, purpose, and intention— once and for all.
You no longer need to allow your past, your struggles, your limitations, or your pain to define who you are.
You can direct your steps toward a more meaningful life and career, and you can embody your higher consciousness.
It was through my own journey and partnering with clients that shaped my programs and courses.
I’m truly inspired by hypnosis and the programs I’ve created.
I never would have gotten to where I am now without hypnosis or the wisdom that I’ve gleaned over my lifetime, and from working with my clients.
Assisting you on your journey of inner exploration, and helping you create a transformation in your life is both my passion and my profession.
In my work, I help get people results in any area of their life they want.
What do you want? What would make you feel inspired and alive?
I’ve learned not to let obstacles set me back – not even a pandemic. I honor what I’m experiencing and I forge ahead.
You can use the fire at your feet as fuel, with your soul aflame, and live with unfettered freedom.
To the unbridled liberation of your spirit,
Here are my credentials: Master hypnotist, HypnoCoach®, accountability coach, Sales & business coach.
Here are a few fun facts about me:
- I have ADHD, and I have a really hard time settling myself down. As a result, I have a meditation shelf life of about 20 minutes before I need to get moving again!
- I’ve been married for 26 years with two adult kids.
- I enjoy acting, writing, and singing.
- I’m a David Lynch, Mark Frost, and Twin Peaks fan.
- I’m a no B.S. person, but I’m very compassionate.
- I have a sensory processing disorder which means I find it challenging to tolerate sounds, bright lights, smells, etc. In other words, my nervous system processes the world too well!
- My main motivations in life are my family, being creative, and helping people.
- I have a naughty Basset Hound named Buddy who routinely gets lots of attention when I walk him on the street.