Never Take for Granted: How a Near-death Accident and a Traumatic Brain Injury Showed me how much I’d taken for Granted

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An inspirational memoir based upon my whole life (thus far) but it’s heavily weighted on the last 9+ years since my survival of a near-death accident in Aug 2011. I chronicle my early life, my 25 year marriage, my 30 years on Wall Street and my career as an avid age-grouper, all-distance triathlete. I competed and completed all-distances of triathlon including the Ironman at Lake Placid, NY in 2005.

In her thirties, Diana began seeing visions of a life where love was calling. At a critical time, she miraculously created money out of nothing, generating immediate cash to purchase a home. Still later, as a real estate broker, a cohousing community organizer, and developer, she discovered the manifesting methods to create a multi-million-dollar development—starting from nothing but a vision.

Now, in the “third act” of her life and seeking a new beginning, Diana visits a monastic community in India where an accident threatens to handicap her life. This potential tragedy transforms into a shocking realization that the knowledge found in ancient yogic traditions is what is missing in Western civilization.

While illuminating truths about how we can transform our lives, change the past, and build a new life effortlessly and joyfully, Diana offers a way to our heart’s desires. She connects the dots between today’s thought leaders in science and medicine to the ancient science of enlightenment and points to how you can find a new vision, regardless of any stage in life.
Diana Sullivan is an author, speaker, real estate broker and creative developer who lives in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, and blissfully practices Vision Is the Way.

Visit her at www.VisionIstheWay.com