I need your help to enter The Matrix

matrix {photo source}

In the last few days I’ve been studying this new training system that allows me move toward the people and things that are most important to me without letting the fear and pain in my life hold me back. Although this training has been around for a long time, it is the first time I’ve come across it. I am so excited. And the best part is, that although it is a practice that requires showing up daily, the technique is done in seconds without interruption to my day.

The things I have learned

:: that negative thoughts and emotions are normal and natural are will never be eliminated

:: we aren’t broken, just stuck

:: there is no good/bad or right/wrong way to act – it just depends on whether it works for us or not

:: there is a simple way to get out of our heads and into our hearts

:: why you’ve failed at every eating approach you’ve tried and the two questions you need to answer that will solve the problem

:: we are always either moving away from something or moving towards something and we get to choose in which direction we travel

:: how to have fun with triggers that stir up negative thoughts, feeling and behaviours

:: how to hold on your authentic self in the midst of an imperfect world [did you notice my new tag line in the header?]

I can’t wait to share The Matrix with you, but if I were to write it all out for you it would be the length of a novel. I could send you to all the videos, MP3s, journal articles and research I’ve studied but I’m not sure you’d have the time to look at all the information.

I’m going to summarise it for you LIVE … on a free webinar … *eek* … my very first!

If you’re interested in learning more about how to stop negative emotions from ruling your life and you’re happy to be my test audience while I try to get the technology of a live visual presentation synchronised with speaking coherently, then let me know in the comments.

Tell me what day of the week and what time would suit you best (indicate your time zone) and I’ll try to find an hour when most people can attend.

Talk about triggering anxiety! [lucky I know what to do now]

Super excited … so scared … please don’t leave me here broadcasting to only Duckfish on Skype in the other room … I’ll die of embarrassment. Even if you’re already got your shit together help a girl out would ya? 

PS: I’ve upgraded my Powerpoint skills to ninja status. If nothing else you should check out the webinar just to steal the fantastic Powerpoint ideas I stole from someone else. Even Duckfish who does presentations all the time is impressed (either that or he was trying to get in to my knickers … come to think of it … oh never mind)

*hitting publish and crossing my fingers*

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Embracing my midlife sexy while exploring modern love & relationships • Devoted to all things beautiful • Master of Arts in creative writing & non-fiction writing

22 thoughts on “I need your help to enter The Matrix

  1. Of course I’ll help out! Let’s see-for me Tuesday or Wednesday mornings are good-around 9 or 10am-QLD time.
    Sounds interesting!

  2. Yep, me too! I’ve course I’d support a LEGEND! Now, depends on what day and how far away but if you give me advance notice I’ll try and lock it in. Mornings, evenings, whenever – I’m a free gal!

    PS And your PS cracked me up 🙂

  3. sounds like something not to miss 🙂
    I’m on uni break right now so flexible to attend a.m. or p.m.
    Linda J

  4. Hey Katie,

    The only times that are OUT for me are between 6am & 8pm GMT OR any time on a Saturday (GMT time obviously although why I have to reinforce that fact I don’t know – it’s not as if I spend my Saturdays in the fricking Bahamas or anything).

    Vicky lamb chop xx

  5. Just thought I’d update-if it’s next week-Tuesday is out for me as I just got a note from some friends who will be in town to visit that day. Sorry! But Wed, Thurs or Fri are all good in the mornings. 😉

  6. Add Japan to the timezone list! I’m 2 hrs behind Sydney, 9 hrs ahead of London and 15 hours ahead of U.S. Central Time…..I can arrange my schedule to attend anytime.

  7. Hi there
    Ive just discovered you and your blog and i have to say … I love you, thank you…. for being here … as i am finding that the raw realness you share here is just what I need as I am figuring out some raw real stuff about myself…..

    Anyhow thanks

    I’m in good old southern California / PS

    Have no idea how to take part in this but boy do I need it badly….please let me know and I.ll try …. Can you record it? Is that an option Id love to catch it some how….
    Thanks Katherine

    1. Welcome Katherine so lovely to meet you.

      To get on the webinar you just have to click a link which will take you to a web page. I will record it (unless it’s bollocks and then I’ll accidentally erase it ha ha).

      I’m looking forward to getting to know you.

  8. Hi Katie,

    Congrats on putting together you first web-talk! I’m so excited for you!
    My schedule is very flexible – although, as you know, we’re in two completely different time zones. I’d love to listen, live if possible, but a recording would be great. Let me know what you decide on and I’ll do my best!

    Best of luck with everything!

  9. In like Flynn!

    I am an afternoon/evenings person. But I suppose if it was early morning I could do before work. I am CDT, 1.5 hours behind. E

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