“So long as our decisions are based on fear, our capacity to grow is limited.”
- Danny Wright
"Until the very moment when we decide to be entirely devoted, there is still hesitation, a possibility to move backwards and always inefficiency. Behind every act of initiative and creation there is an elementary truth and the ignorance of this truth destroys the countless number of ideas and the most splendid plans we may have. It is only when we definitively devote ourselves that Providence makes a step, too. All sorts of things happen so that we feel supported, things that would never have happened otherwise. A flow of events emerging from this moment of decision works in our favor and triggers all kinds of unforeseen incidents, of encounters and material assistance that we would never have thought possible. All you can do or dream you can do, start doing it. Boldness carries genius, power and magic within itself."
The Fearless Growth Process is a pathway to life’s endless possibilities.
The foundation of the Fearless Growth Philosophy, is the willingness to consider the possible. "Just that willingness to consider maybe, or what if, catapulted us into a whole new dimension – into a life of possibility. Living in possibility is the breeding ground for creativity, change and growth. Living in possibility is the gateway to Living in Inspiration!."
"When we're Living in Inspiration, we're in harmony with the power of intention." Danny and Denise will guide you on an inward journey of reconnection with your Source - the life-giving Spirit of Love! The Fearless Growth Process will bring you into alignment with your own purpose.
The Seven Primary Principles of the Fearless Growth Process:
Acceptance - Hope - Honesty - Humility - Confidence - Restitution - Commitment
Excerpt from 'You're not alone' - written by Danny Wright
"Sobriety has been a long and winding road for me, but as a result of the path I've walked, I've become a little more aware of the how and why and less focused on the what. I have a multitude of addictions, but drugs and alcohol would invariably be my 'go to' when I found myself retreating into that deep, dark, illusory hole of loneliness again.
I found myself standing at the end of a pier, confronted with the reality that drinking wasn't doing the trick anymore and sobriety was just painful - so then what?
The truth is, I had a living problem. When I stopped drinking, I was left with the same mental and emotional issues I had when I first discovered drugs and alcohol as temporary solutions all those years ago.
The last thing I ever wanted to do was admit weakness or let someone see me at my most vulnerable, but in my experience, I've found great strength in surrender. I've struggled with feeling like I'm 'not enough' and 'not worthy' my whole life. Today, I'm much more aware of why that is, and the more real I am about it, the better I feel.
I'm a misfit and I'm a possibilist, committed to continually striving to be a better version of myself today than I was yesterday; and sincerely trying to love and accept my imperfect self, my humanness, just as I am.
And I am truly blessed."
Awaken your spirit.
Discover your true nature.
Reconnect with your Divine Source.
Live in Love.