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About India Susanne Holden
Note: The author changed their name in 2018 from Indis Susanne Holden to Henry India Holden.
We can be despairing, resigned, and cynical, yet also hopeful and full of love. These things can live side-by-side as I write in Crafting a Happy Life. I invite you to give *to yourself* as much of the love inside you as you need to flourish. In "The World is Better than You Think," I write that you need your love like you need oxygen and that we need your love the same way and that is true.
Thanks for popping in on my Author Page. I would love to hear how "The World is Better Than You Think" has affected you and how you are doing working the "7 Steps to Noticing Good."
I’m a healer, writer, teacher, and second-generation mystic. My life and work are informed and guided by my direct experience with the mystery of many names.
I have certifications and training as a life coach, spiritual director, Tarotist, peer counselor, Level Three Reiki master, and hedge witch.
I will work with clients in all areas, whether relationships, family, or work. I specialize in two areas. One, helping clients discover their life purpose and develop concrete steps to manifest it. And, two, helping clients develop a close, nourishing relationship with the divine as works best for the client.
To learn more, please visit my website. I offer a free 20-min conversation you can schedule by copying and pasting the following link into your browser: https://calendly.com/henryindiah/free-20-min-zoom-conversation
My essays: henryindiaholden.medium.com
In our modern times, when we are constantly made aware of life's brokenness, it is all too easy to lose sight of its beauty. Now a small book has come along to remind us of the big picture: The world is dynamic—at once cruel and heartbreakingly beautiful. Additionally, in her 21-Day Program, 7 Step Program to Noticing the Good Around You, she gently guides the reader in reshaping the habitats of the brain with the growth of a new habit, that of noticing the good that surrounds us.
In The World is Better than You Think, India Holden takes us on a journey to discover the good that can be found in likely and unlikely places. She makes a convincing case that human beings are better than we think, reminding us that it is our willingness to cooperate with one another, rather than a brutal fight to the top of the food chain, that has assured our success. And, finally, Ms. Holden lovingly makes the case that what makes the world go round are the uncountable interactions humanity conducts each day with honor, integrity, and often with love.