My Name Says It All

It’s in my name to have a profound reverence for unity. My last name was given to my father’s family by the abbot of a Thai Buddhist Temple. It's a fusion of two Sanskrit words: 'Courop' which means respect (reverence); and, 'Mitree' which means unity. For all of my life I have been studying, expanding and guiding myself and others to experience more love through receiving. I know that our purpose and greatest contribution to the world is to live magnificently and to express who we are freely and unconditionally.

The Modern Renaissance Man

  Sunrise. Thailand family vacation (2013)

Sunrise. Thailand family vacation (2013)

I believe that all of us possess the ability to achieve our full potential. To reach our optimum possibilities, we must express our magnificence and receive (not just give) in the world. Being a renaissance man, I have a deep appreciation for travel and beauty. I also know that we must grow and strengthen our humanity, and I’m now enjoying a reconnection to my body. For the first time, I can comprehend the exquisiteness of both my Soul and my body, and deeply appreciate the new ease of movement I am experiencing.

I’m so amazed by the beauty that surrounds us, whether it is the sunset or a cityscape, and I can see the reflection of my own Divine magnificence.

As much as I love to travel and express myself through movement (whether it is dance or conducting a workshop), I also love quiet days; days when I don't need to leave the house. I might read, nap, watch movies or simply sit and bask in the silence. I know that life is a mixture of both stillness and action.

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Dance has played a major role in my life and I have been a ballroom dancer for many years. What I love about dancing, especially the waltz, is the flow and grace of the movement and how I see it as a metaphor for receiving and giving. In the art of the dance, you must learn how to lead and how to be led. You must believe that you are safe to be guided along and that you can receive the next movement with ease and grace. I feel so free and expansive when I'm dancing, and for me this is also how I feel when I’m in unconditional receiving. What is amazing about dance (just like receiving) is that there are so many movements to fit an individual’s style and mood in any given moment. For example, the cha-cha is another favorite because of its energy and playfulness – it allows me to let go and enjoy.

Who I Am In The World

Sometimes individuals who are serving others, including visionaries, coaches, entrepreneurs and consultants, desire a guide to support them in learning a new way of being. Someone to help them align with and express their magnificence, and to guide them from conditional receiving to Unconditional Receiving. When you are in unconditional receivership (which means you are also unconditionally giving) you are free to enjoy the adventure of life and receive the fullness of it.

The special perspective and tools I have gained over the years are perfectly aligned to not only model this for others, but also to share and teach energetic tools that are essential for navigating life, receiving, and being filled with confidence, grace and joy.

  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.

My Life Is Full Of Unique Experiences – The Dancing Monk

In addition to living a beautiful life full of love and dance, I had also been ordained as a Thai Buddhist monk at the age of 17.

It's a common tradition in Thailand for boys to ordain as monks. It's rarer in the States, but the decision was made and in the Chicago area I lived at the Temple, participated in the rituals and studied Buddhism.  Much of what I learned about letting go, and living simply with ease and grace, came from that experience.

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Nat Couropmitree is the creator of Unconditional Receiving and guides visionary leaders to live their lives from the energetic frequency of their truest selves, which allows them to move from conditional to Unconditional Receiving.

By sharing and guiding others to access their powerful source of love – Nat helps clients move from the exhausting cycles of sacrifice and working hard to gain success, to a deep sense of knowing that receiving (and giving) are their essential state.  When we accept that receiving is our nature, it allows us the freedom to enjoy the adventure of life and receive the fullness of it.

In his work, Nat models this for others as he teaches energetic tools that are essential for navigating life, receiving and being filled with confidence, grace and joy.

It’s in his name to have a reverence for unity. His last name was given to his father’s family by the abbot of a Thai Buddhist Temple. It's comprised of two Sanskrit words: 'Courop' which means respect (reverence); and, 'Mitree' which means unity.

Nat is the host of the Bold Magnificence Podcast, where his guests share stories about having the courage to live in alignment with what lights them up. This modern-day renaissance man loves experimenting with exotic cuisine, seeking out adventure in far-flung places and dancing the Argentine Tango with his beloved wife, Olga. His new book “Unconditional Receiving” will be released soon.