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Great reasons to get honest with yourself

“The first thing is to be honest with yourself….Great peacemakers are all people of integrity, honesty and humility”. These are words by Nelson Mandela. So why do we do things or act in a certain way? Are we being honest?

It can be healthy and liberating to do something “for the hell of it”, or […]

By |October 4th, 2016|Blog posts|Comments Off on Great reasons to get honest with yourself

Healing Fear with Love

In scrolling through Facebook news feed, I become aware of the persona people put up for the world. I also become aware of dramas and how easy it is to create a wave of fear, resentment, and hatred.

Now this is not about “positive thinking”, putting our heads in the sand, not taking necessary and reasonable precautions, or […]

By |August 5th, 2016|Newsletters|Comments Off on Healing Fear with Love

Young Spirit, Great Life

Cultivate Greatness when you are Young
A great, inspired life has nothing to do with age. It is being the best you can be.

There is this line from Alice in Wonderland, when the Mad Hatter sees Alice again, years after meeting her on her first adventure and he exclaims: “You’re not the same as […]

By |July 15th, 2016|Blog posts|Comments Off on Young Spirit, Great Life

Connection: Have we lost it?

When did we reduce everything to ‘Ks’ and ‘likes’?
Recently I received a hand-written thank you card in the post. It has been pasted up on my fridge door ever since. Oh, the feeling I had when I realised this was an actual card, the anticipation opening it! Then saw an elderly man over December […]

By |February 28th, 2016|Blog posts|Comments Off on Connection: Have we lost it?

10 Ways to deal with toxic situations

Have you ever found yourself in a toxic situation with someone, where, try as you might, you just can’t seem to get your message across, and the other person just won’t listen? Or where their actions go against the core of what you believe to be righteous and true?

Sometimes we cannot just walk away. […]

By |February 26th, 2016|Blog posts, Uncategorized|Comments Off on 10 Ways to deal with toxic situations

Whoever said personal growth was easy?

I often finish blog posts with the words “whoever said personal growth was easy…”.

So we know that in order to achieve a goal or reach a destination we need to know exactly where we are. But if we talk about transformation, we also need to know exactly who we are. So I’ve come to realise that very […]

By |February 15th, 2016|Newsletters|Comments Off on Whoever said personal growth was easy?

Doing it just for the hell of it

Why saying “WHY NOT?” is not good enough
So you are beginning to live more purposefully. You are more in touch with yourself and more driven. Your actions are meaningful and you would like to think they contribute towards a certain outcome you desire for your life. But sometimes you find yourself saying “Why not”. You do […]

By |February 14th, 2016|Blog posts|Comments Off on Doing it just for the hell of it

At the start of 2016, make sure you…

Hello and welcome to 2016!

So this morning, Facebook reminds me of what I thought of exactly one year ago:

The words of course very true. But more strikingly to me this morning was the image. For two reasons. (Okay three, as I do find the gentleman depicted a fabulous specimen of the human race!)

Striking because I have a great affinity […]

By |January 17th, 2016|Newsletters|Comments Off on At the start of 2016, make sure you…

My Journal, my Companion

To journal. The image of someone sitting at a desk, late at night, with the soft glow of the desk lamp, using a beautifully crafted book with yellow-ish paper and an exquisite pen. Some people I know journal with pens dipped in ink. I love that picture and the romance I associate with it. […]

By |January 15th, 2016|Blog posts|Comments Off on My Journal, my Companion

Being Present – here and now

“My head is like a washing machine. Always busy, never present”.

Most of us know the feeling all too well. We are busy with one thing, yet our thoughts are miles away. And to paraphrase Eckhart Tolle, spiritual teacher and author of The Power of Now, the biggest cause of stress is being ‘here’ when […]

By |January 12th, 2016|Blog posts|Comments Off on Being Present – here and now

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