Feb 26

Daring To Step Into The Unknown

New beginnings often equate to the unknown, and depending on how you frame this, it can either be wildly exciting and you are open to undiscovered exhilarating adventures or it can paralyse you in dark fear at the extreme end of the scale.

You can, of course, sit somewhere in the middle.

I used to live in paralysis of fear, for practically everything and as being prone to all or nothing thinking when I’m passionate about a topic, I choose to hush down my fearful inner voices and leap into following my adventurous streak into the unknown as that is the place I feel ALIVE!

Most authors have no choice but to take this path, especially when it is their first taster of true visibility.

Lots of new beginnings are taking shape here this week for both clients and self.

A brand spanking new shiny (yes it’s literally shiny with foil gold lettering on the book cover) book is arriving today to its beautiful and very excited owner. I cannot wait to see her face!

A new book with a beautiful new client is in the early stages of creation as we plan out the inspirational storyline. I am really excited about writing this story and it’s already educating me (so it’s going to be a fabulous source for others) – yesterday I went for a chakra alignment session, not something I would necessarily have considered before but having a deeper understanding on this matter, I could see the benefit of doing so.

Another client has almost reached the finale of his writing journey and the new beginning for him lies in the book creation and seeing that beauty come together. This person doubted his ability to finish – what a transformation!

Three clients have planned, plotted, shifted into the desired mind space and are embarking on their first chapter this week.

And last but not least, my new beginning is in the final touches to my new programme guiding writers and authors in creating a dream writing career for themselves – writing about what they LOVE and nothing less and getting paid to do so!

All of these examples took a shift in the perspective of

*what they were capable of
*that they were worthy and could offer value to the world
*believing in themselves enough to complete without sabotaging their efforts
*enjoying the journey!

It’s of huge importance to be loving what you do and running at it with wide-open arms, an open mind and a desire so strong it will take you above and beyond your fears!


You can read my full story here, from when I was ten years old and what happened to me. I was admitted to a psychiatric unit at fifteen and continued to suffer throughout my adult life with feelings of self-hatred, fear, darkness and not knowing who I was. I used addictions to help me to cope on the outside when the inside was chaotic. I finally found my healing and had a burning desire to share this with the universe to give love, hope and inspiration to others in pain.

Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass

Anton Chekhov