Johanna Derbolowsky: What you should do when bad things happen

Johanna Derbolowsky is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show. Johanna is the author of The Transformation Promise: A book about love, healing and the flow of life, and we talk about what we should do when bad things happen to us for no obvious reason. I assure you, you need to click play now to listen to this inspirational conversation with Johanna Derbolowsky.

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About Johanna Derbolowsky

Johanna Derbolowsky: What you should do when bad things happenJohanna Derbolowsky, the best-selling author of The Transformation Promise, developed the Quantum Heart Field Experience an easy-to-learn way to transform life’s situations through connecting with the eternal love within.

She is a metaphysical teacher, healing and transformation coach. Her sessions are spirit guided and client specific.

Johanna has worked in the field of metaphysics for over 20 years while continuously advancing her studies to best serve her clients. She has a practice in California and teaches seminars in the U.S. and Europe.
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About The Segilola Salami Show

The Segilola Salami show is hosted by Segilola Salami who is also an author, freelance writer and blogger. Her latest book is called Useless Warrior Princess.

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2 thoughts on “Johanna Derbolowsky: What you should do when bad things happen

  • Storms don’t last forever, S! Hang in there!
    Johanna’s advice is spot-on – instead of worrying on the things we can’t do, focus on the things we can do.

    Ever heard of the pregnant deer story? It resonates deeply with me. Time and time again, I draw great inspiration from that very scenario whenever I feel that I am inundated with negativity and adversities around me. I think of myself as the pregnant deer with the happy ending. The allegory is so very symbolic of life. Negative thoughts are toxic. They can destroy your morale and oftentimes be overpowering enough to be incapacitating.

    Here’s the video to share – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQNPxwEWKeI

    Praying helps too!

    I enjoyed listening to this very inspirational conversation with Johanna Derbolowsky.
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    • Thanks Veronica, I appreciate your comments. I had to go Google the pregnant deer story. I had actually read the story recently but didn’t realise it was that popular. I will definitely be hanging on to it.

      That said, society today is very toxic compared to what it was 20 – 30 years ago. So it’s not just a case of toxic thoughts any more, it feels like the very fabric of human existence is filled with toxicity, so I guess the only way to cope is to find something positive, no matter how minute, to hang on to.

      Have some virtual cookies with me, I’ll be stopping by your blog to see what you have been up to
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