Ever sense that there is more to life but you're not quite sure how to go there? Ever get the feeling that there's some sort of invisible barrier or glass ceiling in your way? Do you want to achieve new goals and start living life to the full?
Well, you're not alone: the normal mind (and how the normal brain is actually wired) is designed to keep you safe and sound in your comfort zone... even if your comfort zone isn't really that comfortable at all.
That doesn't mean that you're stuck: modern cognitive psychology and neuroscience confirm that we're all so much closer to unleashing our potential than our normal thinking mind realises
How close are you? Time to take the test.
* The Mindfulness Measurement Index (MMI© Willie Horton, 2008) is I widely-used psychology-based coaching tool that evaluates the seven components of purposeful mindfulness. The Test, a mini version of the MMI©, will provide you with detailed feedback and results.
I thought I was enrolling to a course, however I got a friend, a guide, a counselor.
Isolina Moran - Ontario, Canada
In following the program I have landed the career of my dreams, spent ample time raising my family and lost 45lbs to become healthy and fit.
Steve H - Denver, CO, USA
Willie has shown me how to grasp the moment and live my life to the full. I have found that I don’t miss out on opportunities that are good for me and I instinctively know when something is not.
Rosemary Creaven - London UK
Willie is hugely supportive and generous with his time and knowledge both at the group level and on an individual basis.
Bryan Andrews - Dublin Ireland
I think differently. I'm more focused, yet relaxed and have achieved a much better life, both at work and away from work. I noticed change within ten days, as did those closest to me.
Mark - UK
It has enabled me to begin to live life in the present moment rather than dwelling on past trauma or worrying about what the future holds.
Christine O'Kane - Ireland
Having become very sceptical over the last 4 years, Willie and his teachings have consistently encouraged a much more positive outlook from me.
Martyn Swain - UK