The Power of Faith and How to Cultivate it

The Power of Faith and How to Cultivate it

Imagine a life full of hope, peace, freedom, acceptance, patience, courage and optimism, versus a life of doubt, agitation, restriction, blame, urgency, fear and worry. Though we’ll all experience the latter to some degree, only faith brings the former into my life....

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Getting your flow

Getting your flow

Identification The classic “go to” piece of advice when you find yourself worried, anxious, grieving,  broken hearted, or angry is near enough always the same: “distract yourself” or “try to take your mind off of things”. These phrases are much more easier said than...

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Litter – A walk in the Park

Litter – A walk in the Park

  Recently, I was walking in Richmond Park with my partner, our friend and her two young children. It was a beautiful spring day and a real chance to blow away the cobwebs. Richmond Park is outstandingly beautiful and well maintained. Sadly, not all visitors...

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Echoes of I am good enoug

Echoes of I am good enoug

As I sit in the last year of my 30s, ready to embrace a new decade and becoming 40, I pondered on my life?  What I have achieved?  Where I am heading? What things do I need to let go of?  Question after question transpires as my analytical nature sets this milestone...

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Re-framing experiences using our senses

Re-framing experiences using our senses

Re-framing experiences using our senses: sight, sound, movement and feeling This blog is an exploration into how we experience the world using our senses. It looks at the power of our visual, auditory and kinaesthetic systems to shape how we respond to the world...

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Humor in the workplace

Humor in the workplace

Being part of an organization can be exciting. It’s a place to share ideas, collaborate, and feel as though you are making a difference. And, sometimes it can be stressful. Personality conflicts and miscommunication can contribute to stress in the workplace. In some...

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Finding Paths to Resilience

Finding Paths to Resilience

Looking back at my own life journey, particularly over the last decade, I see my personal path to resilience as a series of blue sky days with golden sun-rays with some very grey days flooded by thundery showers. Yet despite some stormy times, I generally find myself...

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