Changing Behaviour

Based on universal principles, being able to work through my disability for the first time in a self-contained place in Cerebral Palsy: A Story ‘Finding the Calm After the Storm’ has changed me because I now understand the disability, I didn’t know I had. The spiritual and healing process should become part of any healing process.

Writing Cerebral Palsy: A Story ‘Finding the Calm After the Storm’ and ‘Spirituality, Healing and Me’ has changed my life, they can also change a life for anyone who reads my books. I am not just saying that so you will go out and my books; I know what’s in there and I know how they can help.

They can bring understanding to anyone who chooses to read them, when they can start to make their own changes. My follow-on book, Spirituality, Healing and Me, is my spiritual and healing journey, also based on the universal principles that ultimately governs our thinking and behaviour.

When you are able to bring understanding into your situation, you are able to change the way you deal with that situation, therefore changing the way you deal with your life.

Through my books, I have brought understanding into my life for the first time where there was only confusion, bewilderment and disappointment and that has changed the way I think and feel about the facts and what happened to me. For us to heal we need to concentrate on dealing with our experiences from our past. My books allow for that.

If you would like to check out my books to see how they can add value to your life, both books are available to purchase, just follow the links…

Thank you.

11 Nov, 2021

2 thoughts on “Changing Behaviour

  1. Standing back helps us to reassess and bring understanding into a situation and that’s sometimes all it needs for us to change our behaviour.

    I think if more of us did this, our world would look and feel different and we would be at peace and more calm. Without changing behaviour I don’t foresee that happening.

    1. Thanks. Yes, given what we’re seeing through Covid-19 and the decisions that are being made, it would be wise for politicians to delve into ‘changing their behaviour.’

      I’m with you on that and agree. It has taken me just under the 2-year mark to feel comfortable going out in Covid-19; living with a disability.

      Changing behaviour is needed in the world, now more than ever, if lives are going to change for the better.

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