💥 I'm giving away 5 x free coaching calls 💥
Have you ever decided to do something like eat more healthy, start exercising, put yourself in a better financial position, only to realise you haven't stuck to it
Often we consciously know what we need to do, but it's our subconscious mind that controls so much of our thoughts and behaviour
A big part of what I do is work with the subconscious mind.
This is the part of the mind that's responsible for 95% of our behaviours as it stores trauma, negative emotions associated with past events, limiting beliefs, and thought patterns that keep you stuck.
When you work on this part of the mind and rewire it for success, you create fast long lasting change.
My purpose is to help people remove the things holding them back and create new strategies for success 💥
The first 5 people to message me will receive a free coaching call where we can discover what's holding you back and how you can work through it.
If there's one decision you could make today that could completely change the course of your life, this is it 😍
Can I work with you if I'm not in Australia - Yes we can work together from anywhere in the world.
If I'm working on my subconscious mind, do I still know what's going on - You're completely present and aware of what's going on. It's a really simple, easy to follow process
I have experienced trauma that I would like to overcome. Do I have to discuss/relive my trauma - No - this is a very non invasive way to work with trauma where you don't need to relive or discuss it
G R A T I T U D E •
Let’s be fuckin’ grateful! The simple act of showing appreciation or recognising gratitude can go a long way. I encourage clients to write gratitude lists daily, and slowly (but surely) the lists eventually grow. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I often take a minute to pause and think about what I’m grateful for. Sometimes it’s as small as having the opportunity to feel healthy today or maybe it’s being grateful for having someone in your life. The more we can allow gratitude and appreciate in, the more and more we can release it to those around you. Give it a go, you’ll be surprised with what comes up for you.
“Letting go” of your past isn’t as easy as it’s played out to be, especially with PTSD.
My brain can no longer go back to the way it was years ago. The multiple traumatic events I endured over the years has shaped me.
I’m a fragile flower 🥀
⚠️[this is just make-up]⚠️ About one in five women & nearly one in seven men who have ever experienced rape, physical violence, and or stalking by an intimate partner, first experienced some sort of partner violence between 11 and 17 years of age. 1 in 10 high school students have experienced physical violence from a dating partner in the past year. 43% of dating college women report experiencing violent and abusive dating behaviors including physical, sexual, tech, verbal or controlling abuse. 38% of college students say they do not know how to get help for themselves if they were a victim of dating abuse and 58% of college students say they don't know what to do to help someone who is a victim of dating abuse. (The National Domestic Violence Hotline). I wanted to bring to light some statistics because domestic violence and family violence is not always easily recognized. Many victims are ashamed to be in the situation and often blame themselves.
When I was 16 years old, I had my first boyfriend who, in retrospect, was not mentally stable. He hid it from the public very well, but it was not long until I saw the darker side. I remember us arguing in my car in the driveway of a mutual friend's house. I don't remember what we were arguing about but I remember him strangling me to the point where I started to lose consciousness. Lucky for me, our mutual friend came outside, pulled me out of the car and stopped him from doing any further physical damage. Unfortunately the psychological, emotional, and mental damage had already been done. I wish I could say that was the only time he ever put his hands on me, but it was not. Later I found out that he had been cheating on me with four other girls. I never sought professional help nor did I share that information with anyone for years. Tragically, this relationship set the foundation for even more trauma that I would experience in the following years.
Abuse may not be obvious and victims may not reach out for help, but it is important to be aware of changes. Support and trust is what they need in order to find their strength.