Melanie Britz is the author of the book, Dive in: a self-help memoir that serves as a treasure map to unlocking miracles and happiness by exploring the hidden parts of us and the universe we live in.
She created Fabulous 365 – daily affirmations, reflections and inspiration filled with poetry and light – for herself, but the popularity of these daily doses of positivity on Social media has led to Fabulous 365 becoming a high quality softcover book, that is now for sale.
She is available to give inspirational talks on these topics:
Dive in and start swimming (following a dream into the scary unknown).
Embracing your uniqueness (being a platypus in a world full of ducks).
At heart, she is a seeker of spiritual truths, enlightenment and personal growth. Her blog has some random musings about events and realisations that she encounters along her journey.
Dive in – unlocking happiness and miracles
fun and easy to read
a self-help memoir
to help you unlock happiness and miracles in your life, by
teaching you how to change the subconscious programming that is holding you back
Give yourself the gift of a daily dose of positivity and inspiration - it will change your 2018!
365 Daily affirmations, reflections and inspiration to make this your best year yet.
Research shows that 90 percent of your long-term happiness is predicted by the way your brain processes the world and only 10 percent by your actual world. When your brain is positive, intelligence rises, creativity is higher and your energy increase. Productivity goes up 31%, you are nearly 10 times more engaged, 40% more likely to receive a promotion and 37% better at sales.
There is an old saying in Afrikaans: “Moenie ou koeie uit die sloot uitgrawe nie”, which (literally translated) says “Don’t dig up old cows from the ditch”. It means letting the past be the past. For many people, including me, 2016 was a pretty tough year with a lot of challenges. One of the reasons for this is these Old Cows that kept popping up, seeming out of nowhere. Issues and things from our past, stuff that we thought had [...]