Living life from an attitude of scarcity and victimhood doesn’t sound very inspiring and this is just what Astarte experienced until she had a life-changing breakthrough. This historical experience was a blessing in disguise because it has given Astarte the insight as to what it takes to change.
Put simply, it takes work, persistence and an overwhelming desire to move away from old behaviour patterns. Having made the choice to change, Astarte spent many years trying on different ways of being and learning of what works and what doesn’t work.
“There is no one method of personal development that works for everyone,” Astarte suggests, “and there are several systems that work for many people.”
Astarte lives in the Manawatu, New Zealand with her partner David, and is currently working on a recipe book for Protein Types.
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