About Caroline Shola Arewa
Psychologist, Yoga Teacher, Wellness Coach and Author, Caroline Shola Arewa has inspired people worldwide for 30 years with her pioneering and award winning work. After the stress of running a successful fashion business, Shola went on a spiritual journey, climbing Everest, sailing the Nile swimming in the Great Barrier Reef and learning from wise Elders around the world. A journey that completely transformed her life. Now she is the founder of Energy 4 Life wellness coaching www.energy-4life.com offering people the opportunity to get their Energy back and Life on track using health and conscious living techniques. She has five published books, including the best seller Opening to Spirit, now in its 15 year anniversary edition. Shola writes on psychology and wellness for numerous health and lifestyle magazines including, Yoga Magazine and Arik Airline. She is also a featured expert in the highly acclaimed film Yogawoman. As a Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author Shola offers informative and fun presentations on all aspects of holistic wellness, mindfullness, personal development and stress reduction. www.shola.co.uk "Transforming Lives and creating greater Health, Happiness and Success is my main mission."
It is said that “the past is history, tomorrow a mystery, today a gift, and that is why we call it the present.” Today is all we ever really have. Carrying negative energy from your past into your present is a direct cause of energy drain, stress and illness. Harbouring anger, pain, disappointment and rage is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. You will end up ill, not them. Holding onto upset, pain or anger is a sure way to shorten your life. Since it is only energy, that we are attaching a particular vibration to, we can choose to shift the vibration and forgive and let go of the negative energy at will. If and when we choose, not before.
Love has many different faces and in some languages it goes by different names. When we speak of love, what do we mean? Love of life and all the wonderful things if offers, love of a significant other and the way they make us feel, love of power and the influence it yields. Do we mean compassion and love for others or the pure bliss and intoxication of love for the Beloved that Rumi, the 13th century Sufi mystic, speaks about