Christmas Ritual

This time of the year is so personal. The Christmas holiday season is not my favourite time of the year. In fact, it’s my least favourite. Controversial I know! I participate in Christmas now though because I attempted not to … Continue reading

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Technology Free

If for an entire week, someone removed your phone, Internet access, TV, shops and contact with other people, how would you react? I recently took a week away by myself. I found a small and beautifully unassuming house in a … Continue reading

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Trying

Try; to do something in order to see if it works or will be successful. To make an effort or attempt to accomplish something. These are definitions of the word try. I’m writing about trying this month because I am seeing … Continue reading

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Sweet Fragrance of Spring

Nothing says new life like the sweet fragrance of spring. Fresh cut grass, perfumed flowers delivering their abundance of colour, the gentle influx of birds and insects working their magic. I love how the sunshine and clear skies draws people … Continue reading

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Hypnotherapy via Skype

Hypnotherapists are very familiar with curious eyebrows and questions’ regarding the perceived magic of hypnotherapy, and now added to this is the other raised eyebrow about how hypnotherapy works via Skype. It’s so simple you would hardly believe it. When … Continue reading

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Elements

My undivided attention has recently been devoted to the series Breaking Bad. For anyone who has seen it, I’m sure you’re nodding your head. I haven’t come across one person yet who didn’t love it! With the main character’s background in … Continue reading

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Mesmerised by the Master of Mindfulness

I was so captivated this morning that I stopped walking to watch more. I could feel the fluid movements throughout my own body as I observed an elderly Chinese man practice Tai Chi in the park. The muscles in my … Continue reading

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Do You Give Yourself Permission to Relax?

It’s 2013 and thank goodness for holidays. I took a few weeks away from work to dawdle and smell the roses and it changed my life. Often at work I talk with clients about this crisis society is having – … Continue reading

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Psychology of an Olympian

With the Olympics in full swing, and in need of a great read, “The Secret Olympian” book stumbled across me with precise timing. This book is authored by an anonymous Team Great Britain (GB) Athens Olympian and is the ‘inside … Continue reading

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Vulnerability

I was recently fascinated by Brene` Browns’ TED Talk called The Power of Vulnerability. Actually, I watched it a number of times, engulfed in excitement, enthusiasm, curiosity and awe. Here was a woman who spent a handful of years studying … Continue reading

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