The FREEDOM Club is for those interested in Self-Help, meditation, mindfulness, personal development and FREEDOM.
Freedom from what?
The things that keep us stuck: the self-sabotage, the low-moods, anxiety, stress, negative minds, anger, frustration, confusion and foggy minds and all those other things that work to knot us up and keep us down.
A better question is - What FREEDOMS?
The freedom to be YOU.
Freedom from fear so you can be confident, calm, alive, happy and fulfilled.
The freedom to be financially free.
The freedom to be spiritual - be connected and authentic; free of delusion and the illusion of separation.
Colin (QC Ellis) has spent most of his adult life exploring personal and spiritual development in many forms. He keeps it real, and grounded in personal experience.
What has he done?
Colin's presence is more like that of a monk than a motivational speaker - quiet, thoughtful, confident and calm. He'd love to hear from you about your experience and aspirations so get in touch, via this course.
Why is it almost FREE?
LoL. Today it is a few pennies to become a member but not forever. Colin believes in reciprocal benefit, therefore, he is willing to give you FREE access to his BETA courses, review-copies of his books and much more... if you are willing and able to give him feedback. The more you engage with the Club, the more you will get out of it - not only free and discounted stuff but real transformation in your life.
Soon it will cost a little to join and the freebies will dwindle, then the Club will cost more as the resources become more valuable (by design, not due to better information so much). As a founding member, you will never be asked to pay the monthly fee - it will always be free once you are a member. Any course you join when it is free will still be available to you even when there is a charge for it - when it is no longer in BETA. However, if a student does not engage with the material (or give any feedback), the author/teacher reserves the right to un-enrol students. I think that's fair, although he'll probably still offer a discount just because they are a Club member - because Colin's a softy. LoL