Love Your Life! Learn How to Heal What Holds you Back and Start Living The Life You Want

Practical Steps to go from Surviving to Thriving as Your Best Possible Self | taught by Kellie Edwards

Course description

Do you make New Year's Resolutions?

I do. But I do it a little differently.

So many people I work with will get all fired up about a new goal or change they want to make, push themselves like crazy for a month or two then collapse in a disillusioned heap and give up. Why?

Because they don't have the tools that will help them succeed. And they haven't addressed any underlying vulnerability that is undermining their efforts - they are relying on sheer willpower to get them through.

Our brains are wired to change - that's what neuroplasticity means - right up until the day we die.

So we are not destined to keep repeating the same unhelpful habits for the rest of our lives. But we need to be aware what those unhelpful habits are, know how to change them and be connected to our deepest values and intentions when we set out to make the change or achieve the goal.

That's where I come in.

I am now a psychologist and mindfulness teacher by training and early in my career I was captivated by one simple question that still motivates my work today - what is the difference between happy people and unhappy people? How did some people seem to take life by the horns, and as a good friend of mine used to say - “life life to the max”

Why are some people resilient in the face of life challenges and others crumble and retreat? And can we all learn what works so we can live more fulfilling and wholehearted lives?

The answers based on up to date research and practice in my own life and clients I have coached are inside this course

This is possibly the most exciting time in history if you are interested in living wholeheartedly. Thanks to the miracles of neuroscience we now know more about how to heal our vulnerability than we ever have before. Vulnerability shouldn't derail us - it should contribute to an authentic, happy, productive and loving life!

The exercises offered in this course can produce real change in your life.

There are three things we know about working with vulnerability:

1: We need to heal our wounds and reduce unnecessary vulnerability so that it doesn’t feel like opening a trap door to hell every time we dare to take a step forward towards our goals.

There are habits that erode your happiness by reinforcing negative vulnerability.

There are four that are most common: rumination, worrying, self criticism and self consciousness.

We now know how to heal these wounds, so that we are more resilient - we recover from challenging emotions and experiences more rapidly and are free to move towards our goals.

2: We need to invest in developing the strengths that make us happy, connected, and successful.

Not only does that give us the resources to meet life’s challenges, it also provides meaning, fulfillment and all the other goodies that make life worth living.

There has never been a better time to take control of your own wholehearted life - armed with the gifts that new brain science is offering.

Join us now and get started today!

3: We don’t have to rely on fuzzy complex concepts in order to do this; we now have access to scientifically-backed steps that work.

Finding out how to do this could be the most important thing you ever learn. That’s what this course is all about - so let’s get started!

What are the requirements?

  • bring an open mind and a thirst for wholehearted living & bringing your best self to life

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 37 lectures and 3.5 hours of content!
  • heal negative vulnerabilty
  • develop healthy habits that last
  • develop practical skills and resources for an authentic, happy, productive and loving wholehearted life!
  • make lasting positive change based on research backed advice

What is the target audience?

  • anyone who wants their best possible life and practical steps on how to make that a reality
  • anyone who is dissatisfied with their current level of well-being and motivated to do something about it
Kellie Edwards
Kellie Edwards

I am a Psychologist, Mindfulness Teacher and Well-Being Coach

What makes the difference between a happy life and an unhappy life? What do happy and wholehearted people do differently to the rest? I have spent over 25 years of my professional and personal life exploring and testing the science of well-being and have developed several online mindfulness based well-being and parenting programs based on the results. I also take on a small number of individual clients internationally over Skype and in my home town of Melbourne, Australia.

I interview and work with many international experts including Tara Brach, Rick Hanson, Elisha Goldstein, Barbara Fredrickson, Sarah Napthali and more. I have completed the renown Cultivating Compassion Training with Stanford University, the Educators Training Program with Mindful Schools, Meditation Teacher Training with Gawler Institute and am the National Secretary of the Buddhism and Psychology Interest Group with the Australian Psychological Society. I have developed Mindful Parenting Programs for local government and private health organisations, facilitatated leadership development and change management programs for corporate clients - and I can't wait to work with you too.

I draw from Positive Psychology and the Neuroscience of Flourishing, and with my unique combination of skills and my own parenting and life experience, work passionately with people to help them thrive. I write regularly about Happiness, Mindfulness and Parenting for The Huffington Post. Everyday Mindfulness, BubHub and PsychCentral amongst others.

I have a nerdy habit of collecting quotes and plastering them all over my fridge so don't be surprised if you see a few inside the course!

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Course Curriculum

Antidote 4= Generosity: Healing & Building Resources for Wholehearted Living
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