What is Easter all about – chocolate or resurrection?

Everyone knows the origin of the Easter celebration and the resurrection of Christ but to many Easter is just a holiday or an excuse to eat chocolate.

Whatever your beliefs or thoughts about this coming bank holiday it is a time for many to have fun with friends and family or just a well-earned rest.

The definition of resurrection is “the act of bringing something that had disappeared or ended back into use or existence”. For some of us that could be our mojo, self-esteem, self-belief or some hope in our lives.

If you ever feel you need resurrecting you are not alone.

Two thousand years ago the main challenge in life was the physical one just to survive. In today’s modern society, survival is now more of a mental and emotional challenge.

The pressure put on us all to “get it right” becomes greater as we discover more through science and psychology. This increasing world of knowledge and understanding provides us with even more life choices, which ultimately creates even more pressure to “get it right”.

The world we live in today is very different from two thousand years ago and in order to deal with the pressures of the 21st Century, we need a new way of thinking.

If you need resurrecting and want to make better life choices you need a new way of thinking. With new tools you are the one that can change your life and with others, help change this world.

Inside everyone is true greatness waiting to be released. It is not your lack of greatness that holds you back but your limiting beliefs given to you by people subconsciously in fear of your greatness.

Without limiting beliefs we all have the same potential. To understand more about the power of beliefs come along to my talk on the 7th April, Buckerell Lodge Hotel, Topsham Road, Exeter, EX2 4SQ

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