and instead of playing dysfunctional women who constantly get left by men, she
would like to have played a few happily married women with two children and a dog.
I can see her point.
We are what we concentrate on, and it looks like she pours herself into her movies. But which came first? The chicken or the egg? It's a cycle isn't it? In order for things to change - somewhere, someone has to break the cycle.
We are aligned with what's around us. All the more so if we really throw ourselves heart and soul into it, because it sits around in our auric field and flows in and out, a little like high and low tide. We are electrical, magnetic creatures.
If we are drawn to drama, it is around us.
Perhaps we are watching it, reading it, living it. If we enjoy drama and don't mind it in our lives, that is great.
It's when the drama gets to be a bit too much and makes life difficult, that we might need to choose.
The body certainly operates well without it.
A few years ago (when my life was filled with drama) I stopped complaining about having no spare time and instead switched off my television.
It was my first step to self discovery.
Although I had read lots of women's magazines in my youth,
I had grown very weary of the sensationalism, stereotypes, pressure, advertising, and the misleading headlines that many were full of.
My second step, was to stop buying those magazines. Gradually I stopped wishing I had legs like Elle MacPherson and started enjoying the legs I had.
With my own perfectly good legs - the third step I took, was to figure out what brought me joy.
I discovered joy, bliss, energy and more and it was in the real connections that I made with people, being engaged with life and with nature that I found my true calling.
Walking people through heartache, hardship, pain and loss - and out the other side into the sunshine. Bringing people who believe life just has to be ordinary, that they are all on the treadmill to a life filled with miraculous possibility and awakening people to their brilliance - that's my calling.
I don't have to go hiking to see the beauty of nature. It's around me, it's right on the end of my nose.
It's in you.
I changed my life from a journey of pain, to a journey with brilliance, and you can too. The greatest part about it is - you don't have to take as long as I did, because I can teach you what I learned. I didn't have a Deb to help me walk free sooner - but you do.
We can do it together - one small step at a time.
ReStart is a program of three sessions, including a life overhaul - clearing for mind, body and spirit, home clearing plus mentoring. Clearing the old, getting strong in your self now, getting strong in your environment(s) and creating your own amazing life.