I created the 29-day program, The Abundance Game, so that everyone who wanted the benefits of healing and transformation through abundance could have access to this positive change in their lives. I was struck by how effective the combination of cognitive behavioural therapy principles and intuitive healing was, specifically using the framework of emotional and mental wellness through abundance paradigms.
I invite you to embrace tremendous positive change in your life with The Abundance Game, a free bestseller on Amazon in the Happiness and Personal Transformation categories. This course is available as an ebook with the app launching in Dec 2019.
I’m a life coach specializing in emotional wellness through abundance healing. I blend cognitive behavioural therapy principles and intuitive healing skills which I discovered during my own healing journey, and use this to help people to lead more fulfilled, joyful lives. I achieve this by using the abundance paradigm to heal people’s relationships with themselves, situations, and people.
Whether people are looking for positive change in their career, family relationships, love life, financial situation, or they simply want to lead more joyful, fulfilled lives, abundance coaching is a powerful, deeply effective way for people to create permanent, positive change in all aspects of their lives.
Contact me if you'd like to experience what life coaching with the abundance paradigm can do for you.
I’ve written two books in the urban fantasy series, The Daywalker Chronicles : Blood On The Moon and Hunter's Moon. The second book in the series, Hunter’s Moon, was launched at the 2018 All In! Young Writer’s Festival in Singapore.
I’m currently working on the third book in the series, Dark Moon Rising, which will be available in 2020. The series was originally planned for an adult audience, but the central theme of identity resonated with a mature YA audience.
Mythological creatures are featured in the series, and I’ve also strived to utilise and tweak Gothic literature conventions and devices for a contemporary audience.
Samantha De Silva is a life coach, and writer who has been an educator for over a decade. She is a sexual assault survivor who has also experienced depression and anxiety for a large part of her adult life. She is now living an exceptionally abundant life, with abundance flowing freely and generously through all areas of her life, from meaningful occupation to self-expression, health, and more.
She is committed to bringing the joy of an abundant life to journeymakers everywhere.
A graduate of Nanyang Technological University with a B.A. in Communication Studies, Samantha has been a speaker and workshop facilitator at the All In! Young Writers’ Media Festival from 2011 to 2015. She has also made extensive contributions to the Lit Up! literary arts festival in 2012 and 2013. She has conducted fiction workshops for the National Book Development Council of Singapore, including YA and fantasy fiction workshops for the Academy of Literary Arts and Publishing.
Exposed to Gothic literature in her formative years, she writes urban fantasy fiction and is working on the second book of The Daywalker Chronicles series. Samantha also writes about sociopolitical issues and other mildly alarming matters in Singapore. Her travel writing has been featured on Yahoo! Travel Inspirations and she has been a contributing writer and performer on the satirical comedy podcast, the mrbrown show, as early as 2008.
She is particularly enamoured of the stories weaved by Angie Sage, Douglas Adams, R.A. Salvatore, as well as Pablo Neruda’s poetry. She is unreasonably fond of Terry Pratchett’s Tiffany Aching series, and her first William Gibson book rewired her brain in pleasant and surprising ways.
Samantha is inordinately fascinated by the impending zombie apocalypse, lycanthropes and grilled meat (in no particular order). In the tradition of her voyaging ancestors, she is constantly searching for blue oceans yet undiscovered, literal or otherwise.