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Meet Gloriane Giovannelli

Today we’d like to introduce you to Gloriane Giovannelli.

Gloriane, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I have always had an interest in living an extraordinary life. I grew up believing in films like Star Wars, or anything where the light triumphs over darkness. The idea that there is a force that we can all connect with that can heal us, and help us overcome anything, didn’t seem like a fairy tale to me! I have spent decades coming to understand that force and how it can work in my life, and for the people, I work with.

Breakdowns in my health, business and relationships catapulted me into the work I do today. But I don’t see myself as special or different from anyone else. We all inhabit the same planet and experience the human condition. I could compare my challenges, and some would say, “Her experience was way easier than mine! What is she on about??!!” While others would think theirs was a cakewalk in comparison.

But comparative thinking only serves to separate us. What we have in common is far more interesting and infinitely more powerful. Working with private clients, seeing them transform, watching them go from surviving to thriving, and finding deep meaning in life, is what continues to inspire me. We can all have the actual experience of letting go and accessing own own limitlessness.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc. – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
Rascal Flatts sang, “Bless the broken road,” and I wholeheartedly agree. Pursuing our passions is often the most challenging and fulfilling road.

People often describe childhood as a carefree time, filled with puppies and lollipops.

While I did consume an extraordinary amount of sugar (culminating in serious dental issues as an adult), that wasn’t my experience of childhood. I cared about everything so deeply but felt powerless to make a difference. Loneliness was my overwhelming emotion as a child. I felt disconnected. It set me up for years of disordered eating, approval-seeking and generally making bad decisions.

My father died when I was 16, after a long, painful battle with pancreatic cancer. He had lived longer than most with the disease, especially in the 1980s. At 18, my sister was killed in a car accident. My mother, who recovered somewhat from my father’s death, was never the same after my sister was killed. She also died in a car accident in 2002.

While there are other challenges between then and now, including divorce and health issues, the story is less important than the understanding that:
From a very early age, my mind was working against me, and I had no tools to get it on my side. I had no idea that I could tap into life’s intelligence in a very real and powerful way.

But now I do have very powerful and transformational ways to deal with the mind and access the power that lies within each of us. This is where I place my attention.

We’d love to hear more about what you do.
I work now as a private consultant, specializing in helping people get real results in their lives. My original training as a doctor of chiropractic is the foundation for my approach.

It showed me that there is an intelligence flowing through all living things and that this intelligence can return anything to its natural state of perfection and abundance. I consult and coach people who want to do more than survive. They want to thrive and experience deep meaning in their lives.

My clients are people who know there is more to life than paying bills and getting buns of steel. They are heroic in their willingness to go beyond subconscious programming and limiting beliefs and to move into more freedom, better relationships, and more satisfaction with life. They don’t just want a better life, they want it all.

And by “all” I don’t just mean the house, the career, the relationship… although these things happen for people too. I mean the inner experience that includes joy, freedom and real connection with life.

Has luck played a meaningful role in your life and business?
“I am an amazing good luck generator!” This is one of my favorite quotes from my friend Peter Ragnar.

I don’t believe in luck. I just accept that I am lucky. And I do seem to get luckier all the time.

If you had asked me this question 2o years ago, though, you would have gotten a different answer!

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