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Fearlessly Alone: Stop The Lonely Crisis And Find Your Happy Paperback – Large Print, September 28, 2016
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About the Author
Trilby Johnson, is a Transformational Author and Emotional Breakthrough Alchemist & Coach, helping individuals to heal their relationships, alleviate stress and cultivate inner peace and emotional freedom, on their own terms. Her unique blend of body-mind-soul facilitation, helps her clients to experience emotional breakthrough and freedom, quickly and effectively. Trilby’s studies and expertise include: Psychology, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Reiki, Meta-Coaching, Holistic Massage, Transcendental Breathing, DNA Activation, Meditation and Advanced Bodywork Healing. Trilby Johnson is the author of A-HA MOMENTS and FEARLESSLY ALONE is her second book. Though Trilby lives in beautiful New Zealand, her work and clients are global.
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Trilby herself is a wonderful role model in this, sharing her own journey through fear and loneliness stemming from growing up in a troubled home, as well as the stressful apartheid situation in South Africa. Her perspective and her life changed when she claimed responsibility and made the decision to be happy rather than a victim: "It was liberating!" At the same time, she recognizes that ups and downs and occasional feelings of loneliness are normal and part of the human condition. "Just don't let yourself get stuck there."
Throughout the book she emphasizes the primacy of the inner state. On finances for example, she writes: "Have you forgotten that abundance is an inside job and comes from within? As does the connection to health, money, compassion, love, and most importantly, yourself." She speaks of living in grace--a state of being wherein we know we are not alone, but all-one: "There is no separation between you and you, or you and me.
There is only Oneness being served by grace. Everything is complete!"
Trilby gives many practical suggestions and exercises for inner peace, overcoming feelings of loneliness, and making our lives work. One exercise I particularly appreciated was the one about building a relationship with one's bank account--visiting it daily and talking to it out loud. "I said things that would make my bank account and myself feel cared for and welcomed. And guess what? Yes. Money began to come in from many sources."
Worth a try, I'd say!
The only reason I am giving the book four stars rather than five, is that I feel she tries to cover too much ground, and that the message of the book would be more powerful if it was shorter.
Trilby clearly explains how and why it is important to "Decide in each moment how you want to feel", and outlines ways forward with positive guidance and understanding. It was a truly inspirational read that spoke to some part of me on every page. I can highly recommend it.
Sheila Burke, author of Enriched Heart, founder of Being Better Humans