“Imagination is everything! It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.”

Albert Einstein (1879-1955)



To whom it may concern


I would like to write this email to say thank you to Sue Morris who has been my therapist for the past year. I needed to speak with someone after my father passed away and I was finding it incredibly difficult to continue with some normality.


Sue was incredible from the offset, she always took her time and listened to me with intent whilst giving me the strength I needed to carry on. I would recommend Sue to anyone who has had a bereavement and finding it hard to come to terms with. Nearly a year on and I am in a much better place and have small measures in place that help me each day with the help of Sue. I have finished my therapy now, but I think it’s very important to recognise Sue’s hard work and dedication to the Reach Approach. I wish her all the best for the future, and I am looking forward to reading the book she has sent to me.



Seema Chand



“You wander from room to room hunting for the diamond necklace that is already around your neck!” 

Rumi (1207 – 1273)



Personal Prayer

I am healthy and well, beautiful and radiant. My aura is shining and the light of the divine consciousness shines through always.

My life is blessed with positive relationships with family and friends. I have a beautiful soul- mate, husband, friend and confidante. I have a divine relationship with my husband and our relationship allows us both to grow so much. I meet with my mother and father on equal terms. I have constructive, relaxed and positive relationships with my brothers and sisters. I have loving, respectful relationships with my children, nieces and nephews, which allows them to grow fully in my presence. My relationships with family and friends are stable and positive even in times of trauma and flux.

I am radiant. My skin is clear. My hair is shiny and healthy. I am toned, flexible, strong, soft and beautiful.

I have enabled beautiful children to be born as perfect incarnations of love and light within our lives. These children are healthy, well loved and wanted.

I am healthy and happy living and working with honesty and integrity. My life is filled with growing things, food in the garden, the children, the business and work that I do. I am living in a beautiful house, clear of clutter. It is warm and cosy, filled with love and laughter.

My family and I are physically, psychologically, spiritually, emotionally and financially balanced and healthy. We see wealth as a flowing system within our lives, all of which are full of abundance. I earn an honest living. There is always plenty. Enough to cover all my needs and provides for joy, space, relaxation, rest and silent time.

I trust and have faith in the process of life. I surrender and am devoted to my path in the universe. I feel grateful, blessed and happy. My life is filled with joy, love and laughter.

I am healthy and well, beautiful and radiant. My aura is shining and the light of the divine consciousness shines through always.

All things are possible through God.





“If it is a new thought to you that gratitude brings your whole mind into closer harmony with the creative energies of the universe consider it well, and you will see that it is true.”


“Wallace Wattles (1860-1911)



Dearest Easton

Thank you for nurturing the power within me and supporting this part of the journey. Although it has been incredibly hard at times I have always felt safe and gently guided. I now feel as though light has flooded into my life filling and illuminating the dark corners that I didn’t even know existed.

Love, light and radiance (with dimmer switch included!)




Dear Narinder,

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and Reach’s holistic philosophy that has been a life changing experience for me.


I came to Reach at the age of 40. My life had been full of pain, anger, abuse, deceit and hate; I did not know who I was or where my life was heading.


I was so full of explosive anger and that anger would affect the closest people to me. Then the guilt and anger would fester inside me for what I had said and done and I would then punish myself. I would feel ugly, unloved, unwanted, alone, slowly sinking into a dark, deep hole. I had no one to talk to. Family and friends would come to me with their problems, but I had no one to talk to about mine. People assumed that I was ok because I had always put on this pretence that I was.


I was the survivor, not the victim of the horrible abuse my brother and sister and I had received from our Step Father. Everyone assumed I was ok because I was not into drugs, I had no drink problems like them, but I was not. I needed to be there for them and their problems, which still today affect them, because I knew what they were feeling – the disgust, the self hate, the guilt, it was overpowering at times, and I had to be the strong one so they had someone to fall on and to pick them up when they hit rock bottom. But who was there for me? I could not phone them up when I was hurting or being beaten by my partner. I had to do it alone. I built up a big, thick brick wall around me which I kept myself in – lost, alone, a poor little child in an adult’s body, trying to live a normal life, raising a daughter to have everything I never had – normality, love, affection, religion, security, stability, a Father, an education.


I am happy to say I have achieved all these things with my daughter through determination and hard work.


Since I was a child I would never cry and I still can’t cry. I had to be this strong defiant child who would not give my Step Father the satisfaction of seeing me cry when he beat and sexually abused me. Even at a really young age I had this will in me to be strong and yes, it has helped me a lot, but it has also stopped me letting people get too close.


I thought I was a survivor but because I did not love myself enough, as I grew up, I went into relationships where my partner started beating me and again I would be defiant and not cry and try and fight back. I went through this in my teens, my twenties and the beatings stopped when I met my husband in my thirties. However, because I was used to the beatings etc, it took a long time to realise that not all men hit women and that a man can love you unconditionally, as my husband showed me by standing by me when I would shout, hit out at him, be sad and depressed. He would forgive me and tell me he loved me. Our relationship was not perfect but we stuck it out and with the help of Reach we are still together.


Since coming to Reach my life has changed completely and no, it was not easy facing the truth. However, the trust between me and Narinder developed very quickly. To have someone to sit down and talk to about what I have been through and what I was still going through and not be judged and not be made to feel ashamed, was life changing. Slowly, week by week I started to let go of the shame and guilt of being abused, realising that it was not my fault, and that I needed to learn to love myself and love my inner child and to let go of the past and look to my future.


And what a future I have got now. I am happily married after 12 years of being with my daughter’s Father, because I could now love myself and was now able to let my partner in. They say life begins at 40 and yes it does for me! My 40’s have been the best years of my life. I am only 42 now but WOW these last two years have been wonderful, life changing, uplifting, magical, and yes hard at times. I know I will have to carry on with working on myself by eating well, drinking the water, affirmations, mirror work and taking care of my inner child. I will because Reach has given me the tools to work with and it’s now down to me to carry on with the work on myself and I am a witness that the holistic work Reach offers to their clients really works. Look at me!


My sessions have now finished with you, Narinder and it was quite sad for me as I have grown very close to you. You know everything about me, you have never judged me, you have listened to me and were there for me and I will never forget you or Reach for all the wonderful work you have done for me. My life is happy and complete and I look to the future with happiness and not dread.







Following the breakdown of a ten year relationship, I was lucky enough to be recommended and referred to Elaine at Reach. I visited her within two weeks of my breakup and I was in a complete mess. She agreed to work with me.


The following week we set out the boundaries and the Reach Approach was fully explained to me. We agreed to meet on a weekly basis and I soon learned through my sessions, that there are many other ways of dealing with my emotions and limitations. I have learned to accept my past, deal with my insecurities and recognise that the many things that have happened can be dismantled, accepted and looked at in a new light. The past cannot be changed but it can be seen and viewed very differently.


I now realise that I am responsible for my own actions and others are responsible for theirs. I also recognise that I have a responsibility to love and nurture myself and the Reach Approach has definitely made all the difference. I can honestly say that without Elaine’s help and intervention I could not have moved on so quickly, if at all.


I have continued to see Elaine on a regular basis, now fortnightly, as I find it invaluable to all aspects of my life and growth.


I can only thank Elaine for all her assistance, support, consistency and ongoing encouragement and I am so aware that, ‘when the pupil is ready, the teacher will come’. I thank the universe and Reach for my teacher.


Ruth D



“Whatever the mind can conceive it can achieve.”


W. Clement Stone (1902-2002)




Dear Easton

I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kindness to me. I have been totally overwhelmed and have had trouble collecting my thoughts in order to thank you.


When I sent you the small donation I felt it would only partly cover the cost of the CDs you had sent me and I really wanted to show my appreciation. When you not only returned the draft, but sent me two more CDs as well, I was flabbergasted.


Even though we have never met, I would like very much to be able to pattern my life after you. You are a humble and unique human being and I feel so blessed that our paths have crossed.


You could not have sent me anything that I would treasure more than I do the CDs. You will be pleased to hear that they could not have arrived at a better time. Early that very morning, February 28th, I had received the news that my very much loved elder brother Bill had passed away. It was a sad time. There was a snow storm in the province where he was and it was impossible to get to him, either by car or plane. I was feeling shattered and anxious. As soon as the CDs arrived I went to my room and played them both. I have played them several times each day since then and they have helped me to cope, calmed me and my blood pressure has remained stable.


The first one I played was ‘The Power of Thank You’. It was so right for that moment. As soon as I heard your voice, I felt safe. I was no longer alone and was able to calm myself. My anxiety became much more manageable and my sadness easier to bear and I began to give thanks for his life.


I would also like to thank you for the literature you sent for me. I am finding the readings interesting and informative. I know that as time goes by and I am able to study them at length and put them into practice I will benefit greatly from them, just as I have from your wonderful CDs.


There are times when we would not be able to cope with life without the help of family and friends, especially those ‘invisible’ friends who do the most incredible kindnesses.


I sincerely hope that at some time I will be able in some way to make a positive difference in some one’s life, the way you have in mine. My thanks again.


In friendship and with much love,


Lydia, Canada



The spiritual substance from which comes all visible wealth is never depleted. It is right with you all the time and responds to your faith in it and your demands on it.”


Charles Fillmore (1854-1948)