The ultimate freedom is welcoming anything that arises.

All circumstances. Every turn of events.

All thoughts, stories, memories, emotions and sensations.

All experience is a play of energy and light, pictures and sounds. When it’s all welcome, there are no problems and nothing to fear.

Watch the free 3-part class replay on feeling into anything that arises.

In This Free Class, I Share:

How to practice leaning in. We’ll experimented with bringing curiosity and courage to what’s arising.

How to know when there is resistance and how to lean into that too.

The well-meaning reasons your mind doesn’t want you to lean in, and how understanding these reasons is so important.

How inviting and welcoming discomfort has a mysterious way of helping you “power up”. (Imagine the way Mario powers up when the mushroom falls on his head. It’s kind of like that.)

The way that leaning in allows you to see firsthand how all experience dissolves naturally, on its own.

A deeper knowing that any and all discomfort is happening for your ultimate freedom. It is always the perfect invitation to see the truth.

The way that leaning into what’s arising transforms anxiety, habits, and anything that looks like a challenge.

Dr Amy Johnson

About Amy

Amy Johnson, PhD is a psychologist, coach, author, and speaker who shares a groundbreaking new approach that helps people find true, lasting freedom from unwanted habits via insight rather than willpower.

She is the author of Just a Thought: A No-Willpower Approach to End Self-Doubt and Make Peace with your Mind, The Little Book of Big Change: The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit, and Being Human. In 2017 she opened The Little School of Big Change, an online school that has helped thousands of people find freedom from anxiety and habits and live a more peaceful life.

Amy also shares the no-willpower approach in her top-rated podcast, Changeable, and she’s trained over 70 coaches in her Change Coach Training Program. She has been a regularly featured expert on The Steve Harvey Show and, as well as in The Wall Street Journal and Self magazine.