There are many things about the world that we live in that I can't even comprehend.
When I was living in Los Angeles, I spent over two years not being able to walk properly. At that time, I was a little scared as the Specialist that I was seeing told me that the only cure was to have back surgery to remove the disc from my spine.
Hmmmm....I figured that I was born with that disc and so maybe it ought to stay where it was. I also didn't fancy someone cutting around so close to my spine. So I passed on his suggestion.
I'm glad I did, because it sent me on a journey that I'm eternally grateful for. It was the journey to discover how my body worked and why it was creating this symptom.
Wind the clock forward and you'd find me knocked off my feet again. This time it wasn't for anything related to my back or legs. It was the deepest, darkest depression.
As I look back on that time, I realise that once again, it was my body urging me to stop and look at my life. The signals had been there for years and yet I hadn't paid them any attention. In doing so, my body had no alternative but to make sure I did.
It's interesting to me now how so many people are completely disconnected from their bodies. Yes, a lot of people are careful with what food or drink they consume, many may exercise, and some may meditate. That's all great and certainly is far more than what I was doing when I was younger. What I'm talking about is really understanding their body and how it works. Really getting to appreciate the complexity of all the interactions that are happening every second of every day just to enable you to wake up and get on with your day. Because once you understand how everything works, you can ensure your body works with you, not against you.
The more I learned, the more I wanted to learn and to be honest it's become a little bit of an obsession. The majority of the books and courses I read and attend are all about understanding my body more and why people do what they do.
My other passion is sharing what I know with people so that they can build a greater connection with their bodies. And that's exactly what I'll be doing in March as the Destined For Bigger Things Conference.
Now you're probably wondering what does this all have to do with Angels?
Well, one of the things I've discovered in life is that often people don't ask for what they really want. And in doing so, they limit themselves. People also put obstacles in the way of them expanding as an individual. They tell themselves that they don't have the time to complete an online course, or the money to attend a weekend conference. And often what's really underlying this is that they don't value themselves enough to invest in themselves. I get that, as I used to do that many years ago.
Now for a moment I'd like you to imagine that there's an Angel on your shoulder and this Angel wants to give you something. The Angel has a ticket to the Destined For Bigger Things Conference in March (valued at £469).
What would you think?
It's too good to be true?
What's the catch?
Magic doesn't happen in my life?
All of your responses provide valuable information to a belief structure that is probably holding you back in many other parts of your life.
What if your body could give you the answer to this, and many more things, that are stopping you create your perfect life, whatever that looks like to you.?
To start with, all you have to do is believe in the Angel.
I received so much help during my toughest years and I'd like to pay that forward. So I have a couple of complimentary tickets to the Destined For Bigger Things Conference 13-14 March.
Here's the link to find out about the conference.
All you need to do to be considered for one of them is go to my Facebook Page: The Body Whisperer like the Page, if you haven't already, and post a little video of the reason why you want to attend. I'll then look over them and choose two people to be my Guest in a couple of weeks.
And don't worry, if you don't want to show your face, that's OK, just point the camera at something interesting as you talk over.
Have fun and hopefully see you in person in March.