Masterfully crafted by Certified Change Agent, Sharon L. Johnston, ‘The Nature of Change: A 12 Step Journey to Mastering Conscious Change by Ditching Materialism and Embracing your Wildly Natural Self’ fights back against destructive materialism by helping readers rediscover their natural instincts and become the ‘change makers’ of the future. Based around accepting and embracing the laws of nature, the book’s guiding principles question the societal norms of materialism, egotism and narcissism; eventually transporting readers back to their wild nature where life is low pressure, chock-full of high joy and brings immeasurable benefit to wider humanity.
Targeted Age Group:: 20-55
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was motivated by my struggle for 30 years to find a place of peace and wellbeing within my body, soul and mind. Having battled for most of my life with my health, my feeling of never being good enough flowed through to my mind where I self-sabotaged myself constantly. The constant wear on my sense of self-worth depleted my soul. It was only in my darkest time that I started to take small steps towards change. As I moved through the changes I realized that this wasn’t just about finding wellness internally, it was also about finding out how to be a healthy force of energy within the universe of life. And I wanted to help put the puzzle pieces together to guide others to a healthy and happy place in life.
A wild life is a life in which you are in tune with your own inner drumbeat, a life where you feel the rhythms of energy, where the norms of society don’t constrict your need and desire to live in harmony with your inner wild child.
A wild one is a person who truly knows him- or herself at an intimate level, who knows and feels the earth’s desires and needs because they reflect his or her own. A wild person is so in tune with nature that it is hard to know where he or she ends and nature starts. Speaking with animals is as natural as speaking with a friend. Losing an animal or forest is like losing a family member. Living equally with all creatures on the earth, including trees and other plants, is intrinsic and instinctual.
About the Author:
Sharon Johnston has become an expert at change through building three successful careers from scratch, living in three countries, and experiencing countless dramatic shifts in her personal health. She spent twelve years in the corporate arena leading change initiatives, and she became a certified change agent through Prosci. Her studies to be a certified health coach at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York sparked a desire to combine her change management knowledge with health coaching. Johnston engages and empowers people in owning accountability for change, which creates sustainable outcomes. She is an intuitive and highly sensitive person who has devoted fifteen years to her personal path of enlightenment.
An avid adventurer, she spends her free time hiking, camping, kayaking, sailing, and exploring other countries. She lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, but loves spending time where she grew up in the wilds of South Africa.
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