A Path Travelled - How to make sense of your life by Alison Blackler
A Path Travelled – How to make sense of your life written by Wirral-based Author Alison Blackler takes you on a journey of self-discovery.
A Path Travelled is a straight-talking, simple read to harness your own inner power. By understanding where your feelings stem from, you learn that you can choose how to manage them and change your response to life's obstacles.
Drawing on training and expertise as a mind coach, along with her own personal experiences, author Alison Blackler describes how our minds work, why we behave in certain ways, and she explains that challenges are often hidden gems for personal development. Embark on a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment. A must-read for those who want to learn new ways to happiness and fulfilment.
Our copies are signed by the Author.
“I absolutely consumed this book in just a few days during lockdown. I had gone in to quite a dark place for a while and it was exactly what I needed to help me consciously think through my feelings and build my resilience during a time where the things I worry about most where about to be impacted greatly. I can't recommend this book enough, I loved how easy it was to read, giving you space to think instead of trying to decipher the text. I also loved how interactive it was and how I was able to be creative during the process of finishing the book. If you are eager to find ways to unlock the past and create a positive future, this is the book for you.
“There is literally something for everyone in this book. I've read many 'mind' books and I'm still a work in progress. However, Alison breaks it down step by step. It feels achievable from the very first page. More importantly I believe in her methods. I understand the book, I have had breakthrough moments and I've been able to apply them to my daily life. It goes deep in places but then heals you and you are free to move on. I've learnt so much about myself, my mind and my ability to change my future for the better by simply changing my thought”