The phrase ‘Personal Development’ is banded around a lot these days. But what does this phrase really mean?
After all, there are many forms of personal development. Get a better job, get fitter, get stronger, be the best.
But how about what it really means is to understand your past, how it has affected your whole life, and how to move on?
Close to four years ago I started my own voyage of self-discovery. It started reading Rhonda Byrne’s ‘The Secret’ and then ‘The Power’. I then read ‘Many Lives Many Masters’ but that’s a whole different subject.
I then put myself onto TONY Robbins ‘Unleash The Power’ seminar which pummeled me and poked me in ways I had never been poked and pummeled before.
And then I continued to read books to help myself. Eckhart Tolle, Louise Hay, and slowly enlightenment was starting to dawn on me.
I was responsible for my life. No one else. And I had the chance to change it, if I wanted.
In the early part of 2018, I attended an Animas life coach seminar to see if I had what it takes to become a coach, but also to give what I do a certificate and title. Although the course was informative, someone mentioned the word Landmark Forum. The course instructor said, “those guys damage lives, it’s based on the teachings of Eckhart Tolle”. My ears pricked up. Eckhart Tolle is a German psychologist and spiritual mentor. He is my ‘go to’ and the Author of ‘The Power is now’. But the instructor was ‘slating’ the course. I had to know more. As the course progressed all I could think about was Landmark. I knew it would be about leaving your past behind and realising that life is what it is.
In February 2018 I booked myself onto ‘The Landmark Forum’ course. Three days from 9am to 10pm over a weekend.
I prepared myself mentally. I knew it was going to be tough. But I liked the idea of what was going to happen to me. I was excited.
The minute I arrived and the course started I knew I was in safe hands. Over the three days, we explored what defines us, how our past shapes our now and our lives up until now and about how our coping mechanisms, our identity of you like, has been formed by three specific incidences in our lives that have shaped, moulded and ultimately created our lives.
The word ‘Transformational’ has been attached to this course. I would concur. My life will never be the same again and if you want to hear more please contact me. I can assure you that your life can be transformed too if you want it to but you have to have an open mind and no expectations.
What to find out more? Then please get in touch!
Tracey B x