MEET NICOLA SILVA
If you’re looking for a better normal life, I apologise. You won’t find it here.
I tried the formula to live happily ever after. The loving husband and family, a great job, even a dog and house in the suburbs. All of which are wonderful!
Yet I always felt like a piece of the puzzle was missing.
After discovering the tools of Access Consciousness, I eventually realised what it was. Me!
While doing my best to get things right and keep others happy, I wasn’t showing up in my life.
How can you be happy when you’re not in the computation? It seems rather obvious in hindsight.
Like many others, I came across Access Bars while seeking to change a problem.
My young son had been diagnosed with a chronic illness and I just knew he didn’t have to live with it. There had to be a different possibility.
So I researched many alternative healing methods and modalities.
One day I heard Mr Gary Douglas talk about Access Bars on internet radio. (It was 2006 and podcasts weren’t discovered yet!)
Although Access seemed rather weird, I was impressed with how generously Gary shared the tools of Access with listeners.
Not once did he say, ‘You have to buy my book or come to my seminar.’
He freely shared the mantra of Access, All of life comes to me with ease, joy and glory. Weird and it works when you say it 10 times in the morning and 10 times in the evening.
Access Consciousness is a pragmatic method, means, and modality for you to study what’s going to make things simpler in your life. Even the ups and downs and curveballs.
Beginning with Access Bars, I got noticeably happier. This inspired me to go to more Access classes, traveling interstate and overseas which was out of my comfort zone.
I also started liking myself more and chose to be a Certified Facilitator so other people can learn about these tools also.
It’s an unpredictable adventure, not always comfortable, yet I wouldn’t change it for the world.
What have you been seeking your whole life and not yet found?
What can I contribute to you, your life and living? Reach out, let's chat!
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