The mind is a powerful force. It can plunge us into the depths of misery or take us to the heights of ecstasy" - David Cuschieri
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My Author journey
A few years ago I went for a Tarot reading to a good friend and she planted a seed in my head. She said,” You are meant to write books, you should be on your fourth book by now.” Around the same time, I had a breath work session and I saw myself speaking on stage and signing books during that meditation. I went to a human design expert and she said to me, I could easily write multiple books.
When it kept coming up, I decided to give it more energy. I began to think about what kind of book I would write. I have always been fascinated by the mind and how it can take us to the highest highs and the lowest lows in an instant. So I decided to write about the mindset.
Bandaid vs Root Cause mentality:
In my coaching experience, I would often work with my clients to help them uncover the layers below which we would uncover the root of their disruptive behaviors. Once we uncovered the root cause, it would become much easier to fix the outer symptom. Our society has trained us to cover up our problems with bandaids and pretend they don't exist. We will do anything to avoid getting to the root cause of the problem and use as many quick fixes to heal. I realized how important it is to break free of this mindset and decided to challenge my clients each time theu showed resistance to any change.
Signs and Synchronicities:
I knew that the book had to be about the mindset, but I didn't know how I would structure it. As always I turned to my spirit guides for help and they never disappoint. As I was walking around Cape May, NJ one summer evening, I saw this car air freshener in a store. I instantly knew that the book would be called the Warrior mindset.
Once I decided on the name of the book, I still didn't know how the structure would be. After racking my brain, I remembered a journal I had written some thoughts in a few years ago and in searching my entire office for it, I uncovered these cards I had created for a photobooth I had done as a fundraiser for Manavi, an organization that helps women who are victims with domestic abuse. The minute I saw them, I knew these would be the chapters.
It's hard to explain, but when you know, you just know.
The cover design came to me in a meditation session and has since been revised but if you look closely at the cover, you will see all the low vibe mindsets crossed out in the background. I quiet like the transformation that happened with the cover from concept to final cover.
Final sign in the cover design was when I created these journals and mugs for sale for a local event and the next day my publisher sent me the same exact butterfly in one of the designs. I knew that would be the cover