Getting sober and finding freedom doesn’t mean that life’s other troubles go away, but it does give you a different perspective to everything in your life.
I met Richard just over a year ago. He actually arrived straight from the hospital to undertake our residential retreat for drug and alcohol addiction, and amazingly has been sober ever since. Tragically Richards brother Adrian has a brain tumour which has obviously devastated the family, and up until a year ago Richard was causing the family more stress from his manic behaviour. There was an intervention of sorts and my husband Dominic and I spoke in depth to both of his parents, who were at their wits end.
What all of us have witnessed over this past year is nothing short of inspirational
In his sobriety Richard has supported his brother through the final period of his life, his family through their struggle to say goodbye, and still had time to support many on the QS forum. And he says himself that he could NEVER have done any of that if he was still drinking and drugging. Sadly Adrian passed peacefully away yesterday morning, and I’d like to dedicate today’s Daily Motivation to him and Richard.
Richard has shown how sobriety can actually become your STRENGTH in adversity rather than a weakness. He has demonstrated how connecting to his truth he has accessed his heart and been able to open it fully; sharing it generously with his family.
Us addicts are not weak you know, we’ve just directed our strength into destroying ourselves rather than building ourselves up and channelling that energy into that which supports us. So imagine now that you can redirect the river, just like Richard has, and create the life that you deserve.
Last week I interviewed Richard just after his soberversary and I’ve not yet had a chance to edit the film, but I will get that done this week so that I can share his story in his own words. He has blown me away with his strength, determination, courage, compassion and LOVE this past year and it has been an honour and privilege to have been part of that journey. So this blog is dedicated to these two brothers xxxx
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R, Residential Retreat and Online Programme
QS UK and Ireland Tour.
15th – 27th January 2018
All dates and venues have now been confirmed
Tickets links below
For two weeks in January I will be travelling the length and breadth of the UK, and popping over to Ireland, to deliver donation-based workshops and meditations.
Learn how YOU can quantum jump into the reality where you were NEVER addicted, and walk out of the workshop as that person.
It’s time to take your power back
Strategically the towns I am heading to are where the QS Guides live, and they will join me on the day to talk about their own journey to FREEDOM in sobriety. Some of the guides will then be launching their own QS monthly groups which will begin around the country in February 2018.
This is a DONATION-BASED event as we are so excited to get this information to the public at large, with the option to pay as little as £1.85 (inclusive of Eventbrite taxes and VAT) or to donate as much money for your ticket as you want, which will go towards the cost of the tour.
Each separate event has it’s own page on Eventbrite, so click on the town nearest you to take you to that page and all of the information.
Dates and Venues
Monday 15th January – 6.30pm – London SW1 – Get your ticket here
Tuesday 16th January – 6.30pm – Edinburgh – Get your ticket here
Thursday 18th January – 6.30pm – Galway, Ireland – Get your ticket here
Saturday 20th January – 1pm – Sheffield – Get your ticket here
Tuesday 23rd January – 6.30pm – Margate – Get your ticket here
Thursday 25th January – 6pm – Oxford – Get your ticket here
Friday 26th January – 11am – Oxford – Get your ticket here
Saturday 27th January – 2pm – Hertford – Get your ticket here
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