Robyn Bull is an intuitive, caring and professional Practitioner, Trainer, Speaker, Life Coach and Body Centered Psychotherapist. Robyn is committed and passionate in helping groups and individuals realize their maximum potential, standing strong in their own purpose and passion.
Robyn's way has a deep basis in body psychotherapy - a body centered approach called Radix. Radix is a powerful personal development process or body psychotherapy, which promotes change, growth and healing. The word 'radix' means root or source. It is the energy flow that gives rise to and unites the emotions, body, mind and spirit.
Robyn's work embraces both psychotherapy and success coaching bringing authenticity, identity, richness, wisdom and commitment both to the client and their process. She draws upon her own life experience, wisdom and her professional training's to guide and support others to "Live Their Best Life". Robyn's unique style, her grounded-ness and direct approach have inspired many in accomplishing both personal and professional challenges and goals.
Robyn's philosophy is simple - "how can I take a client to a place in their own healing or life if I have not been there myself!"
In 1980...Robyn was 16 years old...
She had just cut out a newspaper clipping from the Sun Newspaper in 1980 - Without her knowing, her purpose and passion were speaking to her...John Lennon's death affected her and she didn't know why...Maybe this sheds some light...
New York, Tues - John Lennon spoke of a dream for the 1980's in a magazine interview a few weeks before his death.
"You make your own dream", the former Beatle told Playboy's David Sheff.
"That's what I'm saying now. Produce your own dream."
The interview, one of most recent given by Lennon to coincide with the release of his album "Double Fantasy" quoted him as saying: "You have to do it yourself. That's what the great masters and mistresses have been saying ever since time began."
Asked what kept people from accepting the message, Lennon replied: "It's fear of the unknown. The unknown is what it is."
"And to be frightened of it is what sends everybody scurrying around chasing dreams, illusions, war, peace, love, hate, all that - it's an illusion". "Unknown is what I is. Accept that it's unknown and it's plain sailing."
The Sun, Wed., Dec. 10, 1980