-Susan

I am passionate about sharing the peace that results from employing the power of God’s Spirit to manage and supervise the self, while releasing the need to control anything not our own business.

I haven’t always worked for the most phenomenal boss in the world. Many years were spent ignoring God’s job postings by thinking my entrepreneurial spirit would be squashed in His Company. Like a temperamental four-year old determined to test limits, I wanted to see and do what I wanted without a spiritual cubicle.

Raised as a Jehovah’s Witness, the majority of my life was spent desperately trying to make God, family, friends, the Witnesses and other people happy to the point where I completely lost myself. Miserable, yet terrified to break away from the religion that guaranteed death if I terminated membership, I drifted for years frozen in fear. Existing, not living.

Suicidal, a therapist brought me back from the brink by saying, “If you do something to harm yourself, your daughter will never get over it. She will ask herself the rest of her life what she did wrong.” At that point, I embarked on a twenty-year self-help journey devouring the works of:

  • Louise Hay
  • Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
  • Deepak Chopra
  • Eckhart Tolle
  • Dale Carnegie
  • Tony Robbins
  • Caroline Myss, PH.D.
  • Neale Donald Walsch
  • James Redfield
  • and countless other authors, motivators and life coaches.

While affirmations and NLP improved my outlook, nothing released the fear or brought me peace and joy.

It felt like I was missing a step.

In 2007 while typing a manuscript for a PhD specializing in subliminal messaging, the doctor told me the Jehovah’s Witness organization was a cult. I was brainwashed and would never be free. Matthew 19:26 (KJV) immediately came to mind, “with God all things are possible.” I listened to the voice within me and understood that I never knew God. It was time to discover who He is and if he really is powerful enough to heal and perform the miracle of liberating me.

Reconciliation with God was painful, difficult and the wisest venture I have ever undertaken. This site is dedicated to sharing my journey of the last six years and those to come in an effort to help others find the amazing peace, joy, love and hope that is available to anyone every day.

Professionally, I have an eclectic background; having worked in administration, catering, education, sales, and even ran a museum for three years. A veteran recruiter, I have worked 16 years in staffing services performing outside sales, permanent and temporary placement coordination, career counseling, customer service and social media/business.

-Susan

susan 3Susan C. Fix

I am passionate about sharing the peace that results from employing the power of God’s Spirit to manage and supervise the self, while releasing the need to control anything not our own business.

I haven’t always worked for the most phenomenal boss in the world. Many years were spent ignoring God’s job postings by thinking my entrepreneurial spirit would be squashed in His Company. Like a temperamental four-year old determined to test limits, I wanted to see and do what I wanted without a spiritual cubicle.

Raised as a Jehovah’s Witness, the majority of my life was spent desperately trying to make God, family, friends, the Witnesses and other people happy to the point where I completely lost myself. Miserable, yet terrified to break away from the religion that guaranteed death if I terminated membership, I drifted for years frozen in fear. Existing, not living.

Suicidal, a therapist brought me back from the brink by saying, “If you do something to harm yourself, your daughter will never get over it. She will ask herself the rest of her life what she did wrong.” At that point, I embarked on a twenty-year self-help journey devouring the works of:

    • Louise Hay
    • Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
    • Deepak Chopra
    • Eckhart Tolle
    • Dale Carnegie
    • Tony Robbins
    • Caroline Myss, PH.D.
    • Neale Donald Walsch
    • James Redfield
    • and countless other authors, motivators and life coaches.

While affirmations and NLP improved my outlook, nothing released the fear or brought me peace and joy.

It felt like I was missing a step.

In 2007 while typing a manuscript for a PhD specializing in subliminal messaging, the doctor told me the Jehovah’s Witness organization was a cult. I was brainwashed and would never be free. Matthew 19:26 (KJV) immediately came to mind, “with God all things are possible.” I listened to the voice within me and understood that I never knew God. It was time to discover who He is and if he really is powerful enough to heal and perform the miracle of liberating me.

Reconciliation with God was painful, difficult and the wisest venture I have ever undertaken. Many posts on this site will be dedicated to sharing my journey of the last six years and those to come in an effort to help others find the amazing peace, joy, love and hope that is available to anyone every day.

Professionally, I have an eclectic background; having worked in administration, catering, education, sales, and even ran a museum for three years. A veteran recruiter, I have worked 17 years in staffing services performing outside sales, permanent and temporary placement coordination, career counseling, customer service and social media/business.