Hi. I'm Nat Couropmitree.

That's pronounced Ca-rope-my-three, with accents on the 2nd and 4th syllables.

The name was given to my dad's family by the Abbot of a Thai Buddhist Temple. It's made up of two Sanskrit words: 'Courop' which means Respect; and, 'Mitree' which means Unity or Loving Kindness.


What lights me up

Sunrise. Thailand family vacation (2013)

Sunrise. Thailand family vacation (2013)

What lights me up?

Travel. Adventure. Beauty. Comfort. Great Service. Quality. Great Food. Connection and Being Playful.

I love to take pictures of the beauty that is our world. All of the photos on this site are taken during my travel adventures. I often think that the reason I'm so amazed by the beauty of a sunset or some other landscape is that I'm seeing a reflection of my own Divine magnificence.

I love to connect with people and am inspired by their life stories. I am inspired by different cultures and how they are able to smile and enjoy life despite having less material niceties.

I'm enjoying the process of reconditioning my body and appreciate the increased ease and joy in movement. I'm looking forward to running, climbing, jumping, crawling and swinging like I did when I was a kid.

As much as I love to travel and moving around, I also love quiet days - days when I don't need to leave the house. I'll read, nap, watch movies or simply sit and enjoy the silence.

And when I'm not traveling or resting, I'm dancing. I did ballroom dancing for many years. One of my favorite dances is the waltz because of it's flowing, graceful movement. I feel so free and expansive when I'm dancing it. The cha-cha is another favorite because of it's energy and playfulness. More recently, my wife and I have been learning to dance the Argentine Tango. (See a video of me below.) 


What I Believe

Garden behind one of the shops in San Francisco (2014)

Garden behind one of the shops in San Francisco (2014)

You are Magnificent. We all are.  

None of us are broken.  None of us are problems that need to be fixed. 

Your value and worthiness are unconditional. You have value simply by existing.

There is more to life than working hard and striving to be better.

Your purpose and greatest contribution to the world is to live magnificently, to express who-you-are freely and unconditionally.


What I Do

Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens, Pasadena, CA (2016)

Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens, Pasadena, CA (2016)

I support visionary coaches, entrepreneurs, and consultants - to:

  • learn a new way of being that's aligned with their Magnificence, which frees them to enjoy the adventure of life.

My favorite way to do this is by being a model of what I know is possible, by sharing what I learn (or have learned) along the way, and by teaching energetic tools that support you to navigate your life adventures with confidence, grace and joy.

When you are energetically aligned with your Magnificence, you:

  • Free yourself from the fear and old limiting stories that shape your actions
  • Feel relaxed, open and at ease more often. 
  • Trust and have confidence in your ability to navigate through life's uncertainties
  • Feel your worthiness and value without question.
  • Get that being fully you is your purpose and contribution.
  • Have increased energy and time for the things that matter to you.
  • Set the standard, energetically, so that you attract relationships that honor, respect and value you. 
  • Feel supported and connected
  • Radiate aliveness and beauty

    My Favorite QUOTES

    Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
    — Howard Thurman
    All is well. You did not come here to fix a broken world. The world is not broken. You came here to live a wonderful life. And if you can learn to relax a little and let it all in, you will begin to see the universe present you with all that you have asked for.
    — Abraham-Hicks

    Unique experiences I've had

    Ordained as a Thai Buddhist monk when I was 17 years old. I'm on the far left.

    Ordained as a Thai Buddhist monk when I was 17 years old. I'm on the far left.

    It's a common tradition in Thailand for boys to ordain as monks. It's more rare in the States. I made the decision to do it when I was 17 years old at the Thai Buddhist Temple in the Chicagoland area. I lived at the Temple, participated in the rituals and learned about Buddhism during the day. It was a great experience of letting go and living simply.

     
    I officiated a fairytale wedding for my friends, Don and Susan, as the Wizard. (2016)

    I officiated a fairytale wedding for my friends, Don and Susan, as the Wizard. (2016)

    In Massachusetts, you can apply to officiate a wedding for a designated day and location. This was the 3rd wedding (and most unique one) I had the honor to officiate.