Empowering change

Imagine how empowered, inspired and masterful you could feel if you change one area in you life where you previously believed you were powerless.

How could that new found awareness ripple outward, illuinating other areas you were powerful to shift, creating more of what you want to experience?

How would your life look, sound and feel like if you realized how much influence you really have in your experience of this life?  

Just think of the message we send as we activly engage changing that which we previously resisted, taking charge of our reality. 
We are constantly sending messages with our thoughts, words, and actions. Are those self empowering, building us up, inspiring or judging, cutting and hurting ourself and those around us? With a little bit of aweness we can step out of the rat race and begin to create the change we crave so dearly. 

My life mission 
Is to instruct and empower those who desire more for themselves.
Is to wake people from their programming and ignight the realization we are infact at the helm of our lives.

It begins with one change, and we are able to see with new eyes. Within us all is the potential for change, through a williness, perserverance and dedication possibilites are limited only by our fears.

Let me be the vehicle for transformation, helping people overcome addictions such as smoking.  Using a combination of NLP and Hypnotherapy techniques I will serve to guide people, in becoming former smokers, as well as realizing how much can change in one 60 minute session, reigniting the belief in human potential. This is the last training of its kind for several years. Please support me in my mission to assist people who want a better life for themselves and their families.
Smoking impacts not only 42 million people in the US, but also their families. I am one of those effected, my mothers habit drove a wedge in our relationship starting at a young age. I was 30 years old before I was ready to accept and repair our relationship, at which time I already lost my grandmother- a life long smoker. Let me share my story. My parents seperated when I was in 3 grade. My brother and I went to live with our father, there came a point when my dad went looking for a more suitable home for me. I wanted to live with my grandma Bea and grandpa Dan though this was not an option as their health was failing. at 15, I watched my grandma Bea pass away hooked up to tubes, struggling to breath due to emphazema. she was a smoker before my time and I always remember sitting with her as she took her breathing treamments. Eventually I ended up with my Aunt and Uncle, then my mother.  I saw and experienced a lot of stuff that was significantly less than ideal all of which served me in becoming an amazing, carring, compassionate woman whose passion is to educate and inspire others in what is possible regardless of ones life experiences.  As a youngster my health was so so, I was diagnosed with asthma in my teens.  I hated that my mother smoked around me and in my young opinion did not care enough about my health to just quit. I took her choice to smoke personally. If she just loved me more, or cared about my health she would stop smoking. I applied this to my other gramother as well. My feelings of about lack worth, lovability, and anger lead me to cut off what little family. When I left for school, I did just that I left. As the years went by I visited less and less. There were times in my 20's when the three of us went years with out talking.  I missed my grandmother Lou dearly and was sick for days after one afternoon visit, because of her habbit. I will never get that time back, she passed in summer of 2009. My scare with bone cancer in fall of 2009 created the opening for me to see my mothers perspective and beging to accept her for who she was. Her stroke last year lead her to stop smoking because it was going to kill her. In a conversation she share that her inablity to quit wasnt for a lack of love. Some time we hurt the people we love the most and it has nothing to do with them.

If I can help just one family to experience something different than who am I to say no to this calling. I am quite sure there are many more who either have been impacted by smoking themselves or by someone the love. Once I learned the effectivness rate of 95% using this technique I knew I had to learn how to help people overcome their smoking addiction. Assist others in creating a new self identity that no longer included smoker. To achieve success in this area of ones life can shatter limiting beliefs of what is possible. Then the next question is where else would they like to create change in their lives?

Together with your donation we can be change agents and make a significant difference in anothers life.


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Sarah Louise 
Ithaca, NY
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