Moving Beyond Your Worst Nightmare

In order to live a fulfilled, rounded and successful life we require contrast in our life, otherwise how would we be able to distinguish the great from the not so great?
My life has been full of much contrast and I now know that it has been through these perceived negative times that I have had my most growth. These times have stretched me to find the inner strength, the beautiful heart and soul that I’ve always had, though kept hidden for way too long and now I see her ever so clearly each time I look into my amazing eyes – the window to them both.

When my son Dan passed away unexpectedly just over five years ago, I was a Chief Financial Officer of a publicly listed company. I had no time to be a grieving mother, so I went straight back to work, working even longer hours and definitely eating and drinking way too much.

About fifteen months later, I was made redundant and within two days I knew that this was going to be the best thing that could happen to me. I like to refer to this time as me waking up from my “ground-hog day daze” to take the first of many deep life conscious loving breaths.

You know the one, where you slowly breathe deep into your belly, allowing your Buddha Belly to rise, visualising white cleansing smoke coming into your body as you breathe in and dark toxins being released from your body as you breathe out.

From the time of taking these breaths, I began to birth the person I am today. One that is aware, so so very aware, that we came to earth to experience contrast and to have expansion. We are here to serve others and to leave the world better than how we found it.

That is my reason for writing my books. My intention is to share with you the many tools and rituals, that I have created over the past four years that have opened my eyes, heart and soul to see that we have a choice in any situation to either grow and expand or to live a bitter ‘blame game” life.

These tools will assist you to heal from your worst nightmare, as for most of us these will be different events, be it a death of a child, loved one, a redundancy, a divorce, financial loss, a promotion or even a loss of knowing that you may never experience being a parent.

Not sure where to start?
Then check out the many resources on this website.

Until next time…..

Be well and remember to make each day meaningful, memorable and magical………..and never, ever, ever stop dancing!

With Love & Gratitude
Karen Chaston.