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How Often Do You Get Your Buttons Pressed?

I was watching a short video the other day about how we can sometimes lose hope that we are ever going to achieve or get what we really want. It triggered something in me. I suddenly felt overwhelmed by all the things I believed I needed to do to get where I want to be. […]

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Let’s Clear Out The Old Fuddy Duddies + Set Our Cool Dudes Free…!

Lets Clear Out Our Old Fuddy Duddies + Set Our Cool Dudes Free…! You know we are all made up of many aspects right? Some we have learned, some we have been conditioned to be, some we take to be the ‘real me’ ….and all are based on good old fashioned fear, lack and resistance […]

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How to Love Your Enemy and Yourself

Let Me Invite You to Love Your Enemy I know it might seem almost impossible right now, but I really want to invite you – no, urge you – to Love Your Enemy. For sure, it can feel like one of the greatest challenges in the world, maybe even an impossible one.  But if you […]

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Simple Mindfulness Exercises

Art of Meditation on a Busy Day Finding moments of stillness during a busy or stressful day may seem like a very tall demand, especially when you are feeling very task-driven or time-pressured, as many of us are these days. There always seems to be so many things to do and most of us feel […]

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Mindful Awareness and Morphogenetic Fields

I was listening to a really interesting interview the other day in which morphogenetic (morphic) fields were being discussed It got me thinking about how an awareness of this can really help in managing our emotional states. Such an understanding can help bring us back to ‘true north’ whenever we find ourselves wandering off distractedly […]

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How to Manage Emotions

Today I want to talk about managing emotional states Is it true that when we are in an emotional state, say anger or sadness for example, there is nothing much we can do about it, apart from wait for it to go away? I used to feel like that myself  at one time (until I […]

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