21st Century Woman

Food for Thought new series started and here is both part 1 and 2 of this lovely interview

On Food for Thought this week I’m talking to Gabriella Guglielminotti Trivel author of Antarctic Odyssey, a new beginning, workshop leader, and female cycle consultant. We discuss her chronicled adventures of change in her book Antarctic Odyssey, how she’s taken herself from divorce, through an adventure that is unusual to say the least. When most of us would of gone to Thailand or a spa for a retreat, she chose to go to Antarctica. She talks of her journey through experiences to becoming a pilot, and now helping women to understand their bodies during their menstrual cycles. The book is a journal of her experiences, and learning as she unfolds, and highlights how personal development is not meant to be in a linear fashion, with a precise beginning and ending, but one of ongoing creation. She explains her processing of not only what has happened, but is happening during the trip, and how loss of ourselves leads to finding ourselves with clarity, and how these difficult times lead to us having energy and are catalytic starters for magic to happen.

“You can’t discover new oceans if you don’t lose sight of the shore”

 If you know this to be true, and it’s time to lose sight of the shore, then listen in and enjoy a lovely conversation with Gabriella.

Her daily motivation is to inspire others to live life as an adventure, and as she talks about this I took my own post it note off the wall saying “life is an adventure”, as her message very much resonated with me personally, and I feel it will resonate with you too if in your heart you yearn for life to be more than it is.

“You can’t discover new oceans if you don’t lose sight of the shore”

If you know this to be true, and it’s time to lose sight of the shore, then listen in and enjoy a lovely conversation with Gabriella.

Review of Antarctic Odyssey

Most women during times of emotional stress and change would consider a retreat maybe in Bali etc., not Gabriella, who through synchronicity chooses Antarctica to find herself. The journal is of an adventurer at heart, who took the opportunity to travel to Antarctica and who chronicles the journey of her private thoughts of dealing with a new and unknown territory, and the challenges that arose during this time. This book in many respects is an encouragement for everyone to live their life with a sense of adventure, to face their fears and change their destiny, or play with their destiny with a sense of adventure. Learning to live with synchronicity she began experiencing life on a daily basis as a more magical experience and one that falls into place far easily.

Gabriella purposely put herself in a new environment that created situations to learn and experience from, growing through the unexpected challenges. The point for the trip was to gain the opportunity to move out of her comfort zone, and have things out of the norm happen to her. Throughout the book key points are made about how to live life in a more adventurous mode, from playing, and being more flexible, to letting go, and being creative, and why allowing those things to happen matters, and can lead to a more truer experience of life.

 

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