Stress Management

Why Domestic Violence Victims Don’t Leave. Leslie Morgan – TED / TALKS TEDX Why would anyone stay with a man who beats her? Having been in a similar scenario, I can identify with many of the points that Leslie raises and the scars it leaves behind. I’m writing this as a woman – but I fully […]

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  I’m often found in the middle of the night to be writing blogs, developing workshops or whiling away the hours on social media sites, but you’ll rarely hear me grumble – I love it! I’m a non-conformist in many ways but probably most especially in my sleeping patterns. It’s not that I don’t sleep, […]

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On Facebook I subscribe to a number of people’s updates so I was really interested when Lewis Howes from Forbes, posted his article 10 Ways to Build Confidence When Facing a Storm. Lewis draws on his experiences as an athlete and explains how he uses these to keep himself confident and motivated while describing how […]

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Fear

by Lesley

  Each one of us has it in different proportions – it’s my job to overcome it, but I still have it… Fear; the killer or the hero of our dreams. Fear is a great motivator but also a huge stumbling block to reaching our potential. It’s what holds us back or pushes us forward; […]

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  Earth Ways begins the article ‘Why is the future permaculture?’ with a statement which could and maybe should scare the life out of us… “Humanity is on the verge of a major reorganization. I know this is just a mild way of expressing it. I don’t want to put you off reading further by […]

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I could go on at length about society’s ills but in this post I’m going to overlook those and focus on rituals and ceremony – or rather, the lack of them. Every year for as long as I can remember I’ve taken part in at least one ceremony;  these range from firewalking, sweatlodges  and kriya […]

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What started out to be a small e-book has taken almost a year to write, edit and re-write, turning itself into 30,000 words of experience and Spiritual First Aid – perhaps the first (and maybe the last!) of my published work. Putting these words on ‘paper’ has been quite a gruelling task – and one […]

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Falling in and out of love is a magical, yet such a subjective topic… … although, I’m sure there are common themes which run through most ‘loving’ relationships. Being in love is a state most of us achieve at some point in our lives – we feel ecstatic; buzzing with energy and filled with positive […]

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Celebrity Juice

by Lesley

… is leaking out all over the place! It might be a little controversial for me to comment on individuals or their behaviour, but having a teenager at home means I get to watch all sorts of TV programmes I’d otherwise not give the time of day to. Recently I’ve been subjected to 90210, Made […]

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Image by  alicepopkorn This is a guest post by Mark Corner The very first time I encountered meditation was quite some years ago now. I had heard about it in latter years, but never really took any notice of it. I honestly thought that sitting cross-legged for half an hour to 20 minutes wouldn’t benefit me that much, […]

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