What if the key to living a happy and successful life were as simple as accepting who you are in this moment? That life is closer than you think. You can activate the power and joy inside of you right now. Right now, with your inherent awareness, you can transform your whole reality–and even the world around you.
Filled with deeply personal stories, author Erik Ohlsen navigates us through his journey of chronic illness, tragic loss, activism, and his efforts to build a life he loves through daily practices, the creation of purpose-driven businesses, and a commitment to self-love.
You are worthy of a joyful life. Let go of the mental chains you have placed on yourself, the ones that tell you you’re not good enough. It is time to step into your true power. Activate Your Joy is an awakening process to your own special gifts. It is a path to healing yourself, creating peace in your relationships, and regenerating the world around you.
Take the step, right now. Open the book … and activate your joy!
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Erik Ohlsen is a passionate writer, inspiring educator, and experienced professional landscape designer. His goal is to help people connect deeper with nature and themselves.
As an internationally renowned, certified permaculture designer and practitioner, Erik has taught ecological landscape design and implementation since 1999, to thousands of students and clients around the world. He is driven to looking for effective ways to reach larger audiences in his mission to steward the environment.
Erik is the director of the Permaculture Skills Center, a vocational training school that offers advanced education in ecological design, landscaping, farming, and land stewardship. He is also the founder and principal at Permaculture Artisans, a fully licensed contracting firm that specializes in the design and installation of ecological landscapes and farms throughout California.
In the field of ecological land development and management, Erik has extensive experience with projects that range from small urban lots to 100+ acre design and implementation. His many years of experience observing and listening to landscape patterns, and managing installation crews and design teams have led to an extensive knowledge of all aspects of ecological land development and planning. He is a specialist in water harvesting systems, food forest design, community organizing, facilitation, vocational education and more.
Erik resides in Sebastopol, California with his wife Lauren, raising a family, building a homestead and running their businesses.