Hello. I’m Emma Rose, and I’m so happy you’re here!

I believe that everyone has a dream. All of us have ideas and hopes about the kind of life we really want; the job, the home, the supportive and loving relationships, perhaps world travel and other amazing experiences. But most people never do those things. Instead, they stay in unsuitable relationships or a job they hate, feeling bored and unfulfilled for most of their lives. 

Why is that? 

I’ll share my theory with you a little further down this page, but first, I think there’s some things you should know about me…

I’ve studied powerful personal development principles and ancient spiritual texts for the past 9 years. By applying what I’ve learnt to my own life I’ve been able to create some incredible results:

♡  I left the corporate job that I’d been in for nearly a decade.

  I started my own successful business helping other people.

♡  I met and fell in love with my soulmate.

♡ I made incredible friends all over the world who I adore.

Not only that, but I’ve found ways to consistently create what I want in my life and I continue to do so. The way I do that is free from hustle, striving and from the crippling self doubt that plagued me for many years. 

My own journey has been one of finding a depth of love, acceptance and peace for myself and within myself that I didn’t know was even possible. 

The reason most people never create the life they dream of is because they have certain patterns of thinking, emotions and habits that stop them from achieving it.  All of these things create a particular level of consciousness that is unique to that person.

The frustrating thing is that for 99% of people, the level of consciousness they operate at is all they know, meaning it’s difficult to create change for themselves, even when it’s what they most want in the whole world.

So, what are these patterns and how did they get there? Let me tell you a story to explain how it works…

Hannah grew up with parents who worked hard for much of their lives. They would go out to work for 8am and not return home until around 6pm. Neither of them particularly enjoyed their jobs, but they told Hannah ‘sometimes you just have to do things you don’t want to do’ and ‘this is the real world, Hannah, you have to work hard to earn money’ and many other ideas in the same vein.

When Hannah was very young, she had a dream of travelling the world and becoming a musician, but over the years she began to think differently. She thought about what her parents had told her and that she had to find a good job, even if it was one she didn’t particularly enjoy.  Gradually, these thoughts became more common in her mind than the ones about travel and music. She believed she had to ‘live in the real world’. Her teachers reflected the same thoughts as her parents did, telling her she had to work hard so she could one day get a good job. The pattern in thinking had been created, and so Hannah did just that. She worked hard and got a good job with a good company. By this point, Hannah had thought the same thoughts as her parents and her teachers for the majority of her life, and  because of that, she deeply believed them. The deeper these beliefs became, the more unrealistic her dreams started to feel. She found herself in a level of consciousness that was rooted in the idea that she had to work hard, that life was difficult and that creativity wasn’t important. 

Hannah didn’t realise that all of those seemingly insignificant moments had impacted her so deeply.

But they did.

They do.

And it’s the same for every single person on this earth, including you. 

Thoughts become things. What you see in your mind, you will hold in your hands’ – Bob Proctor.

It’s a sad story, but one that is so common for so many people.

Do you see parts of your life or experiences reflected in Hannah’s story? 

Whilst you’ll have patterns that are unique to you and your personal experiences and circumstances, Hannah’s story illustrates a collective pattern that so many of us experience in the modern world. 

I’m here to tell you that it’s possible to not only discover and disrupt your personal patterns, as well as the collective patterns you hold, but also to choose new ones that create the results in your life that you really want. Plus, it’s easier than you might think!

Consider for a moment someone who already has the kind of life you want. Perhaps it’s someone you know, or a celebrity even. Bring them to mind now. Then let this truth sink in: There is no reason that you can’t have what they have. None. They are NO different than you.

You might believe that there are many reasons that mean this isn’t the truth, but that’s just because you’re not yet living in a level of consciousness that can create it. Are you willing to stop suffering? Are you willing to allow life to be better than ever?

What if you decided to take a chance and believe me when I say that the only difference between you and the version of you who has what you want, is your ability to move into higher levels of consciousness? What do you have to lose? More importantly, what do you have to gain?

Now get excited, because if you’re willing, then you’re about to begin a journey that will change your entire life!

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