“Re-writing” your personal story

Self inquiry, Conscious Intelligence, Releasing

Personal story coaching is a transformational form of coaching that encompasses all that you would expect from traditional life coaching … and much more.

Personal story coaching can show you the way to the bliss of freedom from all past pain.

Personal story coaching can show you how to manifest a new future, free from the past.

Personal story coaching takes place here and now.


What would you love to manifest?

  • An intimate soulmate, your beloved whom you know is out there somewhere?
  • More close friends, so you can enjoy the nourishment of conscious company?
  • Soothing emotional stress?
  • Healing an existing relationship?
  • Simply feeling better about yourself?
  • Un-cluttering your mind and and enjoying greater clarity of thought?
  • To enjoy the blissful peace and happiness of our mutual Heart-Self – the Divine Beloved?


Explore these facets of personal story coaching


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Being who you would most deeply love to be, and living the life you would most deeply love to live, is absolutely possible.

All you have to do … is choose freedom … Now!

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From my Heart to your Heart,

Leo Searle Hawkins



Important note: Personal story coaching is not psychotherapy. You will not have to re-experience the pain you once knew. You will not have to re-visit your childhood traumas. You will not be analysed.

The power of personal story coaching comes from your exploration of Reality, in this present moment here and now.

Medical disclaimer: Personal story coaching is for those who are mentally and emotionally stable, and who simply want to enrich their lives. If you are suffering from a psychiatric illness of any kind (including depression and paranoia), or have ever been sectioned, or are taking psycho-active drugs (legal or illegal), or are an alcoholic, transformational coaching is not for you at this time. Please avail yourself of the appropriate professional medical care. And if you are feeling suicidal, contact The Samaritans or your doctor immediately.