Getting What You Want out of Life – Suspension Booklet by Homer Mann

Screen Shot 2014-03-01 at 5.51.14 PMHello  Everyone!!

I have had the privilege of working with Homer Mann for the last 12 years.  He is a gifted teacher at helping people to change their own lives.   He helps you to become more authentic  by getting rid of many of the “shoulds” that you learned earlier in life.

In his latest creation, a booklet titled “Suspension” he looks at the natural rhythms of the earth and uses them to help you to get more of what you want out of life in the coming year.  The booklet looks at the five elements: earth, air, fire, water and spirit.   Here is Homer’s description of the suspension process.

“Another year is coming to a close but that also means a new beginning as the calendar rolls on to 2011. Inevitably there are the ‘New Year Resolutions’ that are so ardently embraced on the first of January only to be forgotten by the fifteenth and regretted a little later on.

The tradition of Suspension was the forerunner of the ‘New Year Resolution’ with a twist. The tradition of Suspension does not leave things to happenstance; instead it maintains awareness of the change I have chosen to accept into my life experience. It does so by gently easing my awareness consistently back to the choice at hand. Suspension also takes advantage of the elemental energy that changes as the seasons do and with each quarter of the year a new element of the Suspension process introduces new life and interest in maintaining the direction I have chosen my life to take.

I have been teaching this process for over two decades to the many participants of both the in-house and online workshops. This year I have made the decision to focus on developing the Suspension process in a comprehensive easy to follow step by step guide book that has become a user’s workbook that enables an individual or group of like minded people to follow their dream by following their heart.

To order your copy of the Suspension 2011 Personal Workbook simply follow the link below and ‘I wish you well on your journey’.

Much Love

M. Homer Mann”

I suggest that it would be worth to get one of the books in the coming years ahead.


Coach G