“This work is more than digging deep, it’s about taking control & driving the bus. It’s about clever use of time & resources to be absolutely present in each of the different pieces of the puzzle. It’s about clearing a rolling fog that if allowed, will persist throughout the day/week/month/year. What I achieved in the Back on Track 30 Days is an effective day, combining the elements of healthy food, exercise and focus on the current task and making time for the big picture, all threaded together in a way that hits these pieces at full throttle. This approach brings the relief and release that comes with knowing you can have a solid, effective crack at something without the fog of distraction, without competing alternatives for any given minute or hour.”

For 35 years now, Christopher Walker has been a consultant, originally a consultant on global environment and corporate change, Christopher realised his inspiration to inspire the individual. For the past 25 years Christopher Walker has been a professional speaker, using his knowledge in environment management (or the laws of nature) and corporate change, Christopher has brought reality to finding your truth. His relentless work to bring people back to their true path has inspired countless individuals.

Innerwealth – Inner Strength

As the world spins faster, you will spin faster with it. As 50 billion new Internet devices are purchased over the next 10 years (current estimate), your ability, as a person, to stay true to your core will be a fundamental and vital ingredient of your wellbeing, mental health, resilience, inner peace, clarity of mind, decision making skill, ability to handle the pressure and, most surprisingly, your ability to love.

Emotions are the opposite to love and as the world spins faster, so emotions may rule over love or, at best, they may become confused.

Passion and excitement, desire to achieve and relate and seek satisfaction will become a driving force of life and the cost will be inner strength, the ability to love through thick and thin.

A mountaineer knows this inner strength, the ability to draw inward to a central place of resilience and love. It cannot be a rigid, aggressive harsh place because such a mindset will not last long on a mountain of ice. One must be soft, quiet and adaptable.

A mother knows this place as she watches her children bump against the walls of life and can do little to stop them experiencing the pain that strengthens their character, the mother knows how to sit still and be there to fix the cuts and wounds of life for her children. She might try to hold tight, she might try to influence but the more she does, the more pain she will feel. Her hand must open.

A leader knows this inner strength as she stands against the odds to make an intuitive guess, toward a destination that may or may not cause the success of her $billion enterprise. An athlete knows this inner strength when there is nothing left in the tank but there is still more race to go and there is a disheartening gap between themselves and other competitors. A performer knows this inner strength when there has been a heartache in their life but the show must go on.

Innerwealth harvests this inner strength and puts you in the driver’s seat.

Just listen to what one man said about finding his Innerwealth:

This work is not hippie or new age – this is grounded, real, nature based mental health, core strength that can be applied to all seven areas of life. – equally.

  • In relationship this core strength – Innerwealth is absolute heart and soul commitment to love and stillness.
  • In business this core strength is visionary leadership and emotional availability without getting lost.
  • In health this core strength is the stability of both inner and outer wellbeing in the true meaning of it
  • In social this core strength is to become an energy giver rather than a taker
  • In financial this core strength is about management of emotion and great decision making
  • In mental this core strength is the ability to prevent stress, to act with clarity, to reset daily.
  • In spiritual this core strength is life itself.

Alyssa Monks: How loss helped one artist find beauty in imperfection

%d bloggers like this: