Author Archive for: Janet Bray Attwood
Janet Bray Attwood
Janet Attwood combines a unique blend of spirituality and practical, useful knowledge that can be put to use immediately. Her passion and focus is supporting people, in every part of the world, in knowing their personal greatness.
Janet is the co-author of the New York Times Bestseller, The Passion Test- The Effortless Path To Discovering Your Destiny, and co-author of From Sad to Glad: 7 Steps to Facing Change with Love and Power.
Janet is co-founder of one of the top online transformational magazines in the world, Healthy Wealthy nWise. Twice a month, Janet hosts Healthy Wealthy n Wise's Passions of Real Life Legends series and interviews people who are at the top of their field on what it takes to live a passionate, fulfilling life. Her guests have included such legendary names as Jack Canfield, Stephen Covey, Byron Katie, and Rhonda Byrne creator of The Secret.
As an expert on what it takes to live a passionate life, she has presented her programs as a featured speaker to thousands of people at events like T. Harv Eker's Wealth and Wisdom conference, The Kaballah Center, Jack Canfield's Success Programs, Mark Victor Hansen and Robert Allen's Enlightened Millionaire conferences, the International Festival of Yoga, in Rishikesh, India, and others.
Along with her partner, Chris Attwood, Janet is a founding member of the Transformational Leadership Council, a group of world class trainers, authors, coaches and speakers that Jack Canfield, the co-author of the Chicken Soup Series, put together after taking Janet's Passion Test.
Janet's latest passion is working with homeless women in transition and youth in detention Centers.
Just recently she created a CD series titled, "The Empowered Women Series" that is being distributed to homeless shelters across the U.S. The series features such luminaries as, Byron Katie, Lynne Twist, Marci Shimoff, Lisa Nichols, and others.
Her "Empowered Teen Series" for youth in detention centers, is almost completed, and includes John Assaraf, Byron Katie, Rev. Michael Beckwith, and others...
For her ongoing work with homeless women and youth in detention centers, Janet received the highest award for volunteer service in the U.S., The Presidents Volunteer Service Award.
Janet has recently released the Dialogues with the Masters, a DVD and CD package of her adventures and interviews with spiritual Masters in India and Nepal, first described in The Passion Test.
You can learn more about Janet by going to:
For more information, please visit thepassiontest.com.
Entries by Janet Bray Attwood
Have you ever let go of it all? The most remarkable things can happen when you surrender completely. Letting go and trusting in the universe is probably the all time greatest challenge anyone can face. Walking in the dark with total blind faith, not knowing where the next safe footing will be, afraid that the unknown will unveil more than we can take. One of my first experiences of consciously handing it all over to the universe was in 1980. I was in a job recruiting disk drive engineers in Silicon Valley and was failing miserably. Luckily for me, one… Read more.
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