Wednesday, February 29, 2012

An Inspirational Story

I’ve just read a great book which gives me another more
focussed look at life.

He’s from one famous who you may have heard of, but first
let me share his inspirational story. You might be inspired like me.

As a youngster he was unable to read. We look at this as something negative in life yet on the other hand he was very talented at sports. In his early teens he discovered he could teach himself to read, and with the help of his mother achieved his early life long ambition. He began to read, investigate and research from the vast knowledge of books he could now read.

Determined to live life ‘his way’ when his father told him ‘not to visit’ his girlfriend, he left home. For a number of years he lived on the streets even keeping warm from the vents of diners on the cold nights, in the surf and on the beach. When he lacked food or transport, strangers gave him a welcoming hand and he learnt
about the opposite affects of life, the negative and challenges and the
positives where he was supported by the universe, God, or luck (which ever
names you like) in ‘one way or another’.

Years later he studied as chiropractor and handled the patients no other doctor would touch. He learnt the reputation of being a miraculous healer. He began new journey to write and share his methods of healing, locally then globally.

He no longer lived on the streets and instead had apartments
around the world. He lived on a ship and continues to spread his messages of gratitude for life.

He is now a world-leading inspirational speaker and author.
His scope of knowledge is a culmination of 34 years of research and studies of
more than 28,000 texts in over 200 different disciples, ranging from
psychology, philosophy, and metaphysics to theology, neurology and physiology.

I heard him speak in Auckland New Zealand recently and travelled off his
itinerary to help and give a free impromptu presentation to the people of Christchurch.

If you’ve watched The Secret you’ve seen him. His name (if you haven’t guessed) is Dr John Feel Demartini.

The reason I’ve shared this story is because of my hiccups in life (you know
the dying and surviving thing) with you, is because I’ve had many positive
experiences from this one negative experience in my life, and I learnt about
being grateful for the challenges and wins in life.

So examine your life, and if you’re off track, not feeling positive, motivated and enthusiastic about every day, maybe it’s time to take action.

One thing I can help you with, is my online Success Coaching programme.
It starts you re-evaluating what’s important to you and making changes you need so you’re embracing life and your awesome journey.

More information here….

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