The second book from the author of the bestselling The Cancer Whisperer.
'There are moments in time when our internal perceptions are confronted by external events, when what is assumed, wished or imagined collides with what is...'
Sophie Sabbage, author of The Cancer Whisperer, has written this book to show that we can choose how we respond to these Lifeshocks.
She shows lifeshocks knock on the doors of our pretences and invite us to walk authentically through the world, and that if we recognize this, we can respond to them creatively. Beginning with examples of lifeshocks from her own life and from the lives of people she has mentored, Sophie show shows how bad things shape our lives, starting from an early age, and how we tend to react to them in a way that diminish our lives. But she also shows how we can react to them in a way that helps us find our true purpose in life, explaining the different types of lifeshocks, the gifts those different types bring with them and how to access those gifts quickly.
Lifeshocks is a book that can completely transform your life so that your become full of gratitude for it.
Praise for The Cancer Whisperer - :
A brilliant book, for anybody who is living with cancer, and it affects us all...this is invaluable. - ITV Lorraine
Sophie Sabbage is a force. The effortless beauty of her writing insinuates her powerful messages deep within the reader, and I found myself brought to tears with regularity. - Robin Daly, founder of the Yes To Life UK cancer charity
This is medicine for the soul from a soulful cancer thriver. - Kelly Turner, PhD, New York Times Bestselling Author of Radical Remission: Surviving
Sophie Sabbage is an author, speaker, facilitator and patient activist. She has worked in the field of human development and esoteric psychology since 1994, both as a senior trainer with the More To Life educational charity and as the leader of her own business consultancy for twenty years. She has been teaching people to learn from their lifeshocks in diverse contexts for most of her adult life.
Following an incurable cancer diagnosis in 2014, Sophie became a passionate patient activist, helping cancer patients around the world to navigate the emotional challenges of the disease and to take charge of their own treatment.
Sophie's academic background is primarily in English Literature, having fallen in love with books at an early age. She is an agent of change who measures leadership not by how many followers someone has, but by how many other leaders they create.
She is happily married to John Sabbage and is the proud mother of their daughter, Gabriella.