Julie Byrne is a transformational coach and mentor who works with a range of different tools and methodologies, all aimed at empowering people to become the version of themselves they most want to see in the world.
Jessica Alstrom is an intuitive global coach and mentor with proven, cheat-sheet methods to unlock your infinite potential. Jessica’s ability to translate complex subjects and quantum mechanics in an engaging and immediately applicable manner has won over audiences worldwide. Jessica’s expansive content has helped her students heal their root trauma and activate their highest potential.
Hot off her Quantum Revolution World Tour, Jessica brings her experience, relatability and intuition to Dublin. Join Jessica if you’re ready to step up to live an extraordinary, purposeful life. In our exclusive Ireland event, discover your Me, Myself, and I as Jessica teaches you how to integrate your higher self into your body to access your unlimited you and your true I AM. We love this video from Jessica, in which she shares her thoughts on the power of the rising Divine Masculine.
Our evening with her will take the form of a one-hour interview, followed by a fifteen-minute break, then a Q & A with members of the audience.
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Join us on January 23rd, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. in Bewley’s Café, 78/79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, for what promises to be a radical evening of self-discovery with Jessica Alstrom.
This weekend, an interesting retreat has been taking place in Wicklow, Tantric Orgasm Technique and Body De-Armouring with Andrew Barnes.
Andrew Barnes is an internationally acclaimed Tantric sex, relationship, and orgasm coach, sexologist, speaker, master bodyworker and author of Heart of the Flower and Relationship Tantra and over the last few years, he has been running courses worldwide in this very popular area.
Andrew also created the International Tantric Relationship and Sexuality Coaching Program and trains others to guide individuals and couples in cultivating a profound depth of vibrancy and intimacy in their daily lives. Andrew’s perspective and experience encourages us beyond the usual ways of enhancing our lives. He draws from Tantra and Health Science to bring a distinctive presence, clarity, and approach to a broad array of topics. In addition to more conceptual themes, he addresses daily issues: sexuality, relationships, love, communication, behavioural patterns, vocation, health and abundance.
“With sensitivity, he shares his insights with warmth and at times a sense of humour.”
Watch a video interview with Andrew below:
by Thomas O’Duffy
If you’ve got the guts, you can really change your entire life, starting today. Here is what you need to know:
We humans are creatures of habit. Habits are automatic behaviours that we do without thinking, and you’ll keep living the results of your habits, good and bad, until you change them.
Your habits are your destiny.
Think about your personal success like a game of snakes and ladders.
Your good habits (those ways of thinking and behaving that propel you forwards and increase your well being) are the ladders. The more good habits you have, the more successful you’ll be!
Your bad habits (those ways of thinking and acting that rob you of vitality and enthusiasm and interrupt your progress) are the snakes. Your bad habits are liabilities that will keep costing you and holding you back until you get rid of them.
Most people are about as successful in getting rid of their bad habits as they are in sticking to their new year’s resolutions. This is because humans gravitate towards the familiar.
Doing something new and different pushes us out of our comfort zones and creates healthy stress that we can grow from. Most people, unfortunately, have a habit of retreating to what is familiar when they encounter stress, even if what is familiar isn’t good for them.
The Silent Invisible Epidemic
Familiarity Gravity is reinforced in our modern society where our senses are constantly bombarded with text messages, advertisements, phone calls, instant messages, emails and a vast amount of information and choices. This continuous sensory barrage leads to our feeling overwhelmed and at the same time, distracts most people too much from dealing with that overwhelment and resulting stress.
Life Changing Secrets
When you take care of the important things, the other things tend to solve themselves. Here are seven practices you can use often (until they become good habits) to totally transform your life:
1. Eliminate distractions & disruptions
Figure out which personal and professional activities will create the most value for you, and then switch off your cell phone, email software, web browser and screen out any other potential distractions for a few hours each day to totally focus, undistracted, on what’s most important for you. You’ll get more done and feel less overwhelmed.
2. Prioritize your rest & renewal
To perform at your highest level; you need to get the best kind of rest. Make sure you get enough sleep and include in each day some activities that help you process stress and increase your well-being. Life goes in the right direction when there are more sources of well-being than stress.
3. Eat for energy (not for entertainment)
When you are choosing what to eat or what food to buy, ask yourself “Am I choosing to eat this for entertainment (the taste) or for energy (the way the food leaves your body feeling)?” When you chose to eat for energy, you’ll get more joy and entertainment from your whole life.
4. Make the most of your morning.
What you do for the first hour after you wake up determines how well you feel for the whole day. Dedicate the first hour of your day totally to your own well being by doing some light exercise, stretching, listening to inspiring music and eat the healthiest breakfast you can.
5. Improve gradually and continuously.
Each day, focus on doing something slightly better than the day before and enjoy the process. If you can improve your life by 3% each day for a month, your life will be twice as good.
6. Hang out with positive successful people
Their attitudes and wisdom will rub off on you and they’ll hold you to higher standards for your own good.
7. Invest in life changing experiences
Do whatever you need to so you get rid of your bad habits and build better ones. For example, take a course, read a book, find a friend who can be your success partner, or if you need to, research the right Therapist, Hypnotist, NLP Practitioner or Coach to help you change what you can’t change by yourself. You’ll be glad you did.
With the above, you can do a Saint Patrick on your life and get rid of all the snakes and create a life you love living. To your success!
Thomas O’Duffy is a Life Coach & Advanced Master Practitioner of NLP.
He offers personal sessions in Dublin. You can reach him on +353 85 110 1111 or visit his website www.lifechanging.ie for a free video based life coaching course.