Category: stress

A little of my story (3)

As I was saying yesterday, I began searching for a magic wand that would make everything better, but eventually I came to the realisation that really I am the only one who can turn things around for myself and create the life I want to live.  That changing my perceptions profoundly changes how I experience…
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'Meet the maker' - the face behind Equenergy: Wellbeing Naturally

A little of my story (1)

This was originally going to be a ‘live’ on my Facebook group, and then a video, but it quickly became a much longer piece and so I thought I’d write it instead because I know I have a tendency to go off on a tangent and at least this way I can more easily edit…
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From Mindfulness to ‘Beingfulness’

‘Mindfulness’ has become a common concept these days and many people are benefiting greatly from this practice, however I have always felt that we could go further… I strongly feel that we need to bear in mind that we are more than just our mind: we are Mind, Body & Spirit.  Even these divisions are…
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Saying goodbye – returning home

We brought our precious girl home with us again and put her in a box with a couple of her blankets and some toys until the next day when Tim made her a lovely wooden coffin and dug a grave for her by her favourite sunny step where she used to sit on summer evenings…
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Saying goodbye – the last weeks

I chatted with Kali about how I was feeling, asking her forgiveness for the times when I was sad and worried about losing her.  Doing this helped me to realise that feeling upset was only serving to rob me of the gift of this time together and so, for the most part, I was able…
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Saying Goodbye

This is one of the hardest pieces I’ve ever written, and yet I want to reach out to anyone who might find themselves in the same position, to say that although you probably feel very alone at the moment, please know that there are others out there who care, and who will understand at least…
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Why the pandemic of fear is at least as worrying as Coronavirus itself (4)

Having looked at the impact that fear can have on our wellbeing, I’d like to encourage you to do all you can to address any feelings of anxiety, overwhelm, or panic around Coronavirus and its potential impact on your health, finances, businesses, travel, etc or on that of those close to you.  There are many…
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Why the pandemic of fear is at least as worrying as Coronavirus itself (3)

The META Conscious™ perspective on the symptoms of Covid-19 would be to consider the following: Our bodies seek to be in harmony with the environment around them.  They actually function in synergy with bacteria, viruses and fungi, using them to support this wellbeing process. (If you’d like to know more about this, check out the…
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Why the pandemic of fear is at least as worrying as Coronavirus itself (2)

The impact of coronavirus is therefore much more than just the possibility of catching it, and we need to remember that in most cases the symptoms are not life threatening. In fact, fear is much more contagious, as has been shown by the widespread media coverage and the empty supermarket shelves. I believe that the…
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Why the pandemic of fear is at least as worrying as Coronavirus itself

You might have noticed that I’m posting this blog series ‘early’ – I normally post on the first weekend of the month – but I felt it was important to make a response to the current situation – one that focuses on wellbeing – in this time of uncertainty. I will be sharing the article…
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