So, change is happening all around us, in us, constantly! It’s obvious and yet … we resist and fear it. Reasons we fear change include: The unknown We can’t know the outcome We feel we are not in control of it We run old life-scrips
When we understand, we can bring love and healing into our lives. Stress is a good example of how understanding something or someone changes our experience. We all struggle with stress – it can scramble your brain, cause illness and disease and create havoc with
I am going on holiday, and it made me relise how tired and frazzled I was – I had been taking myself and my ‘stuff’ too seriously. I was a serious child, and quite intense as a young adult. Now, one of my aims in
And now for loneliness – something we don’t like to mention too much. Some fear it could be contagious! I know that feeling, we all know that feeling, it’s part of the human condition – a primeval sign that we need to seek out connection!
Focus and peripheral vision Clients in my coaching practice have my undivided attention and focus as I listen to them. I pay attention to them. Paying attention is … well probably the most important thing we can do. It is the quality of that attention
During rest our batteries are recharged; we re-balance and revitalise our physical, mental and emotional resources. Many of us rush around all day… so much to be done, the ‘to do’ list is endless! And we wonder why we are tired, even exhausted. It is
What is a transition state? We all experience those times when we are in-between chapters in our lives. It’s difficult and often feels very uncomfortable. Something has perhaps come to an end, and the next thing has not yet begun. Things have changed, and we
There is a familiar saying: “A journey of a thousand miles starts beneath one’s feet” or more usually said as: “A journey of a thousand begins with a single step”. The quotation is from the Tao Te Ching, an ancient Chinese text from about 500 BC.