thinkmiracle’s creation came about through UK entrepreneur, Mark Elliot’s experience of rebuilding his life after losing everything…absolutely everything.
His successful furniture brand, Mark Elliot Furniture, and his catamaran boat building business, Broadblue had brought him all the trappings of wealth, money, a beautiful family, houses, boats and exotic cars. Then, a series of life events—many of Mark’s own making—led to him walking away with a huge debt. He was alone for the first time in his life. A period of deep self-reflection began in order to start again.
”Without fully understanding why, I turned to my love of nature and the sea to heal. I had started exploring spirituality whilst in the process of having my life turned upside down. I believe it saved me from a breakdown…or worse. As I felt the positive changes in me from the practices, and realised the positive effects on my life, I read and researched more. I met many teachers and gurus who helped me expand the power of meditation, visualisation, gratitude and their importance in connecting to our inherent values of goodness, kindness and love. I took these practices and honed them to produce what is now thinkmiracle—a series of changes anyone can make in their life, which will bring about positive change, happiness and joy. People have always said, it’s alright for you, you’re lucky. I was born healthy, to a (relatively) normal European family, that’s true. I am lucky, and have often said so…but so many are born with this same “luck,” and this life is not about luck. It took work, passion, belief and commitment—and I believe these tools are available to anyone if they want to change their life. That is the bold objective of thinkmiracle – to help millions around the globe.”
Important facts: thinkmiracle is a charitable foundation, it is non-dogmatic, and not affiliated to any organisation or entity. It is open to anyone who wants to be part of it. It’s Mark’s objective to help as many people as possible to live a happier and more fulfilling life. As well as free online resources, we offer retreats in France and have just developed an online course.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were no “if only” regrets? We like to call it a life worth living.