A gentle reminder, in the storm of this Pandemic, that YOU are AMAZING.

In these very anxious times, with concerns for your health and the health of your loved ones, it is easy to spiral into fear, panic and self-pity, and it would be understandable. We don’t know what is going to happen in the next few weeks, months or even days. But to be honest, we never know any of those – it’s called life.

We can plan, and then our plans can change dramatically, and out of nowhere, because ultimately, we are not in control of any external situations. The only place we have any control over is our own inner world.

This week I took a much older friend shopping, he wanted to go with me as an outing after a coffee, but the sight of the grabbing crowds and empty shelves in the usually sedate supermarket frightened him.

He needed toilet paper and there was literally none. I told him I had plenty to share (which in this non state of toilet paper was not true, but knew I would deliver what he needed in a heartbeat), yet still he looked around bemused at the shift in his world view of the things he took for granted.

He went to put his finger in his mouth in anxiety and then the miracles started to happen.

A young women with two small children who probably would have passed him by, busy in her own world, stopped his hand gently and said, “Oh don’t do that yet love, we’ve got to look after you” and squeezed some of her hand sanitiser into his, before rubbing them together for him.

Another woman, seeing his confusion, at the people swirling around him, stopped her shopping and started to chat to him, asking him questions, and making him laugh.

10 minutes later, there was a tight group of us, all strangers, standing together, drawn like the incredible magnets we women are to another human we sense in need, gossiping, giggling, comforting and brightening all of our day’s.

As we slowly dispersed, thanking each other profusely for the small time out we had taken to support each other, my friend turned to me, relaxed, all anxiety gone, and said, “That was lovely wasn’t it, I have had such a nice time”

These women are who we ALL are, underneath the stresses and worries of life. An underneath that comes rushing to the fore, for others when they need it most, yet the rest of the time we don’t even notice the existence of that us.

Yet we always instinctively know how to reach out, to care, to support, to encourage, to show love, compassion and kindness, because it is our natural state of being.

When you are standing in YOU, there is nothing you can’t do, achieve or be. Nothing.

When you are standing in YOU, you are your true, brave, resilient self, with grace and ease.

That is who you are, always.

Your instinctive reactions are just that, led by your instinct, that superpower that you have learnt not to trust as you have bought into a world of acquisition, of having more and of doing more, at huge cost to your being.

Too often you innocently buy into that world, and the way of living of that comes with it, that leaves you depleted, overtired, under nourished, under comforted, under supported and misunderstood, by YOU.

When you are living in that way, you become disconnected with who you are, and in the disconnection you drink.

You drink to find the connection, the support, the comfort, the peace, the calm that is lacking.

And even when you do come into the awareness of those inner neglects, and you desperately want to drink differently, you don’t know how break your drinking cycle, and you become more fearful, more stressed, less calm, less peaceful, without knowing why, and so the cycle continues and grows.

Do you recognize you here?

The reason you struggle to change your drinking is two-fold

1 Alcohol is your learnt method of comfort (in whatever way comfort is needed in the moment), so by trying not to drink, or not drink as much, you are saying to you, that you will deny yourself that comfort when you need it most.

2 You don’t know how change the way you drink. And in that not knowing, you believe you are weak, a failure, flawed, and so much more, that take you even further from who you are, leaving you even more in need of comfort!

It is that simple. That is your alcohol trap.

I DO know how to change the way you drink, effortlessly, and it is NOT hard – (watch my free Understand Your Alcohol Trap Masterclass, to help you understand, http://bit.ly/2w2gPUY and check out my Testimonials page to see how easy my clients have found changing (not stopping), the way they drink)

I was trapped for 28 years in my alcohol hell not because I was a weak failure, who was hopelessly reliant on alcohol, but because I didn’t trust who I truly was.

Who I truly am, is who you truly are too. 

The women who stopped in the shop are all of us.

Good, kind, loving, compassionate, resilient, doing your best every day to be your best, instinctive women who are gentle warriors at heart, but who have lost a little bit of faith in you, because you have tried, but cannot change, the way you drink.

Make this your time to

Take responsibility for you to Let This Go NOW.

Stand up for YOU, no-one else can do it for you.

No-one else can invest in you and get the results you want and deserve.

No else can deliver your freedom, only you (with some inspired and unique coaching from me, another woman who has been where you are now and is effortlessly free).

Own YOU, invest in YOU, and you are free.

Love & respect to you

Sonia

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I created the unique, 6 week, 1-2-1, Rapid Alcohol Recovery Method, for incredible women like you, who know that the life they deserve is not found in a wine bottle, and who are committed to taking the easy steps to becoming effortlessly free.

It is the solution I developed from the experiences of my drinking life, my sudden effortless freedom, the extensive research into the human design and the training’s I have invested, which I have bought together, and use to successfully coach 100’s of women to powerful freedom. 

Some of my clients have been to rehab more than once,  and then ‘failed’ when they stepped back into their lives, and yet all of them have found the peace around alcohol they deserve, through this process. 

None of my clients want to never drink again, all of them want to lose their ‘need’, which they do, effortlessly.

At the end of the 6 week, Rapid Alcohol Recovery Method, you will be completely relaxed and comfortable around alcohol & alcohol situations, and still be able to enjoy the occasional, social drink.

The Rapid Alcohol Recovery Method isn’t for you, if

  • You want to continue to rely on the energy exhausting methods of willpower, motivation and control.
  • If you are not ready to step into YOU.
  • If you are not looking to invest in being your best you, then it is not right for you.
  • If you are looking for a magic wand – this is not a ‘learn a few new strategies and you are done’ process. It is a way of living that asks you to take loving ownership of you and, to work commit to being that you.

The Rapid Alcohol Recovery Method is for you if you are,

  • Ready for your life of freedom from the stress, anxiety and pain of your drinking.
  • Ready for lifelong change.
  • Ready to invest in being your best you, one time and for life.
  • Ready to own how amazing you truly are and to care for you in the way only you can.

If now is YOUR time to own your freedom from your alcohol pain and to regain your peace, let’s talk. Before we do, and in case you missed it earlier, take a look at my recent Testimonials, and decide if you are ready to make the best investment of your life, and step back into the strength, comfort, love and support of YOU.

If your decision is “Yes, this is my time, I am ready to be free!”, I offer a complimentary Exploratory Call, to see if the Rapid Alcohol Recovery Method is right for you. This call alone will give you comfort and support.

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If you would like to understand more about my journey from 28 years of alcoholism, to peaceful freedom, take a look at my internationally acclaimed book, This Isn’t Me (click on the link HERE). I wrote it for my son, as an apology for his younger years, and as an attempt to explain the un-explainable.