I wish I had known this sooner

“Better late than never” is my new catchphrase. I’m so incredibly grateful for discovering the Three Principles, first through the book by Michael Neill titled The Inside-Out Revolution.

Now, I’m privileged enough to be taking a class with Michael Neill (online), and it’s an amazing experience.

I fully believe that if I had been clued in to the Three Principles sooner, I could have saved myself years of suffering and struggle. I have seen for myself the power of these principles in helping me overcome the last vestiges of PTSD. It’s been nothing short of miraculous.

I continue to pursue opportunities and my own dreams, and I’m having a blast doing it. It feels fantastic! Even though I’m still working my 9-5 job, I no longer have the deep-seated fear that I’ll never create anything better for myself — because I already am.

Still moving forward and living from a new inner space

It’s been a while since I posted something, and I’ll make this brief.

The past month has been another transformative one for me. I am still building a following for my new coaching business, and that is going really well. And more importantly, I have been helping people. Really helping people! Have I made money yet? No. But as I wrote in my previous post, I know it will happen because what I’m doing feels like ME — and it feels right, and good, and what I want to be doing with my time.

Yesterday, I was fortunate enough to find someone who I believe can really assist me in creating a business from this pro bono coaching I’ve been doing. Totally grateful for that.

And my understanding of the Three Principles keeps deepening every day, with the help right now of a course I’m taking online with Michael Neill, author of “The Inside-Out Revolution.”

The message that I want to share with the world is simply this: If I can feel this inspired and peaceful and happy in life, it’s possible for anyone and everyone. What happens to us happens to us: we can’t control most of it or maybe any of it. And it’s not even about how we react to what happens to us. It’s simply about noticing that our thinking creates our experience of life, that we live in the feeling of our thinking, and that we don’t need to change our thinking to be happy. What a concept. I could write a book about it, myself. Maybe I will!