Juliet Fay

Marketing Geek & Three Principles Facilitator providing sessions for individuals, groups and teams looking for more ease and flow in their life and work

Marketing Geek & Three Principles Facilitator providing sessions for individuals, groups and teams looking for more ease and flow in their life and work Photo
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Our relationship to our state of mind plays a crucial part in how we show up in life and work. We all have an inkling about this, knowing the feeling of flow when we are in it and hankering after it when we are not.

What if you could be at ease with all states of mind and through doing that access more creativity, resilience and ease in life?

Through conversations, I share a new understanding of how our experience gets created with individuals, teams, businesses and organisations. The understanding I share, is having a profound impact on well-being in prisons, schools, addiction centres, on individuals experiencing mild to severe mental distress, on families, organisations and businesses.

Take a look at some research on the impact of the Beyond Recovery Prison programme (where I did some volunteering) based on sharing this understanding.

The results are remarkable. Not only are people experiencing a reduction in mental stress but the wider picture across the globe is about the impact realising how our experience gets created and what and who we truly are,  begins to have on our families, colleagues, and our communities.

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I host a closed group on Facebook called LOVE YOUR LIFE AGAIN for individuals, social care workers and social entrepreneurs experiencing mental stress or work with (or serve) those who do. Pointing us all towards more ease and flow in life and work.

A place to look towards a deeper understanding of who we are and how our experience gets created. Here we can connect and share insights into a new understanding of how the mind works known as The Three Principles as first articulated by Sydney Banks.

This is an extension of the work I do at a local mental health charity facilitating conversations with members, staff and volunteers. I wanted to create an online space where we can continue these conversations. Please ask to join.

Once you are a member you can invite others into the group. This is a free resource for you and those you work with.

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