3 Ways to Stop Committing to Struggle

Dear One,

Wow was I blown away by the responses I received from last month’s video. On the video I asked you to rate on a scale of 1-10 how committed you are to STRUGGLE. Nearly two-thirds of you rated seven or higher. That means the majority of us are WAAAY too committed to struggle and drama in our lives.

I was really struck by this. I mean, we all say we want ease and peace in our lives, but in reality we are stirring up the drama and struggle in our lives. So here’s what I did…I created three steps to help you (and me!) release the commitment to struggle. CLICK ABOVE and watch this video now & let the EASE flow in.


I can’t wait to release my own commitment to struggle and renew my commitment to EASE. Join me!

With love and ease,





PrimaSICK B.
PrimaAWAY B4 years ago


Natasha Salgado
Past Member 4 years ago

Thank you

Rozgon Alisa
alice rozgon4 years ago

Amy! *_* Goodness you are Amasing i just Love the way you smile and talk ((:
You are so energetic and easy and light and Natural, thank you so much for your advices, you have totaly lightened up my day! ((:

Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener4 years ago

It's just the way it is.

Anji T.
Angie T4 years ago

I had the computer playing music when I clicked on this film, so I watched a tiny little bit of it with the woman "talking" in silence. Probably an improvement according to some of the comments! What I didn't understand was, why was the thing she held up saying "easy" in reverse? I suppose I will have to turn off the music and listen to her to find out...

GGma Sheila D.
GGmaSAway D4 years ago

Sorry, but couldn't watch Miss Rose-Colored Glasses. No matter what you're smoking, you will never have a life without struggle at some point.

Struggle helps us deal with the realities of living and hopefully helps us be better human beings. Our struggles help us to better understand those who are less fortunate than ourselves. How we deal with our hardships defines how we ultimately live our lives, what relationships we have with others, and who we are. Struggle makes most of us stronger.

There will always be those who run from hardship and struggle. Personally, I've never been impressed with the kind of whiny, needy people they become. We all have known them and I really doubt many of us want to take on their struggles too.

Like Anne M, I could barely watch Miss Perky; I only made it halfway through. Sorry.

Amandine S.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Edo R.
Edo R4 years ago

Thanks for sharing!

Ernie Miller
william Miller4 years ago


Sandi O'Donovan
Sandra O'Donovan4 years ago

Thanx for sharing..... and making sense!