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Wellbeing Coaching to create the life you want

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What can Wellbeing Coaching do for you?

You've probably got all of the Self Help books on the bookshelf.  Maybe you can gauge how insecure you feel by the amount of books that Amazon deliver?  Books that promise you the answer but, somehow, you still don't feel better?

You know that there must be an answer.  You know that there is more to life but you just can't figure out how to get it?  That is where Wellbeing Coaching can help you to find your wellbeing, peace and happiness from the Inside Out.

Wellbeing coaching is more than traditional Life Coaching. Wellbeing coaching is a transformational space that takes you from where you are to where you want to be sooner than you thought possible. A space where you can get clarity to have an exceptional life. A space to really discover why, and how, wellbeing really is from the inside out.

 The simple truth is, no matter what issue you're dealing with, you're only ever dealing with one thing - your thinking.

And the best part is that it is so simple.  There is nothing to do, nothing to learn, all you have to do is reset your button to default and start living.

 

 

 

Do you want to:

 
 

have happier and more fulfilling relationships?

feel confident in any situation?

feel positive about your future and let go of your past?

drop harmful habits?

become free from anxiety and panic attacks?

live without constant stress?

have a new and positive self-image?

be the best you can be?

make it happen!

 

Wellbeing Coaching is transformational, truly life changing and liberating.  Experience freedom from the past, from trauma and freedom from the habits that keep you unwell and dependent. And the best thing is that you already have everything you need! 

Doesn't it take hard work and lots of time? How can you be free?

I'll introduce you to a new paradigm, to an understanding that is so simple, a psychology of mind that points you to the principles of Mind, Conscious and Thought. We are always operating from these three principles and recognising this gives you clarity and peace of mind, you can find out more about the principles here. This understanding allows you to feel less attached to your habits, moods and beliefs.  You can change, easily and effortlessly, to become the you that you want to be.

This understanding has been funded by governments, taught in schools and universities, revolutionised the corporate world and is shared in the criminal justice system as preventative care.

What's stopping you from changing your life from the Inside Out?

THREE PRINCIPLES PRACTITIONER TRAINING

Would you like to make a difference in the World? 

To enrich your life or the lives of those around you personally, or professionally, as a certified practitioner?

Click here to find details of how to get 

Three Principles Practitioner Certification

Watch my talk at the very first Unlimted Conference in Helsinki.

Contact me here now to get the life you want

The Mad Woman on the Train

Recently, I battled for a seat on the tube and squeezed myself in to a space between two people who were taking up as much space as possible. One person was reading a broadsheet newspaper and holding the pages out widely and on the other side the person had bags on her lap that spilled over the arms of her seat.


Nonetheless, I was grateful and happy to be sitting. Then I noticed that a woman in the seat opposite mine had plenty of room. In fact, the people sitting either side of her were actively leaning away from her. This woman wasn’t smelly and nor did she have snakes in her hair. But she was talking to herself.


This woman was having a vocal argument with someone who wasn’t there. She was clearly angry about what she perceived this person had done to her and was putting her point across loudly. She didn’t sound aggressive and she wasn’t making any aggressive gestures but she was clearly mad, wasn’t she? After all, she was talking to herself.


And then I caught myself telling my partner, Tony, about this woman who was having a conversation with someone who wasn’t there. Except Tony wasn’t there. Oh the irony! I was also having a conversation with someone who wasn’t with me. The only difference between me and the woman on the train was that she was talking out loud. And everyone was treating her as if she was mad without being aware of their own internal voices and conversations.


I am the mad woman on the train. And so are you. And you.