Lets Go Far,
HI, I’m Danielle.
Ready to embark on your own daring adventure?
Planning the perfect trip is a great analogy for getting clear
on the direction you would like to take in life.
- You have to pinpoint exactly where you are right now
Make a decision on where you want to go
Create a plan to overcome the potential obstacles that might obstruct your path.
The experiences that have helped to shape my practice, I offer to you to help serve as inspiration for your own daring adventure!
The work is a self inquiry practice developed by Byron Katie based on her own personal transformation experience. Katie tells an interesting story about how she awakened to the 4 questions after years of internal strife and suffering - Her personal story can be...
Recently, I was describing my experience of the work community with a friend when she asked me, “Isn’t that a cult”. I was more shocked that she had heard of it than the fact that she thought it might be a cult, so I answered: “I guess you could call it that”. Do I...
If this was the best life could get, could you say yes to it?-Byron Katie So much about this whole self-help thing is focused around ultimately getting what we want. There's an unspoken promise embedded in every book, online course, webinar and workshop - if you...
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to walk around wearing rubber tires on your feet? Well I'm here to let you know - Its actually quite comfortable The Maasai Simba Camp is located about 2.5 hours from Kenya's capital city of Nairobi, on the outskirts of...
The word "tension" is thrown around pretty often in the personal growth/fitness/spirituality field. And for good reason, there is something about discomfort (tension) that lead us to seek change. Tension in that case serves us because it offers us enough push to...
It's too easy to leave. She’s said something and it’s made me uncomfortable. He looked at me disapprovingly. I’m embarrassed by my actions. One thing about always being able to take off, is that you never have to work things out. Friction is always...
I was introduced to the work by a German woman backpacking through Northern California that I met at some sort of women's gathering. There isn't much that stands out to me about that night except that we were standing around a bonfire and I was talking about things...