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Release and Wonder: The Gifts of Gratitude

Release and Wonder:  The Gifts of Gratitude I have been invited to present at a Mind Body Soul Summit in December and as part of my preparation for this, I wrote the following blog.  The Summit is entitled Release With Gratitude, and so the presenters will all be exploring various perspectives on this.  The organiser,…
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The challenge of ‘-ism’

The recent events around the world, sparked by the death of George Floyd have saddened me deeply on many levels. Yes, of course racism is a terrible thing, and of course Black lives matter.  I don’t mean to take away from that in any sense. But I think this issue goes way beyond that, and…
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How best to support our own wellbeing, both now, and going forward (5)

So, my vision: I would love this to be a time that we can look back on and recognise as a major turning point in our lives.  A time when we: went within and rediscovered ourselves and our values learnt how to ‘lean into’ these and to follow the deepest guidance of our hearts learnt…
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How best to support our own wellbeing, both now, and going forward (4)

Connecting with others One of the biggest challenges of our current ‘lockdown’ situation is that it is lessening our ability to engage in face-to-face interaction with others.  Humans are social beings and we need to feel a sense of connection in order to experience full wellbeing. In the initial shock and fear of coronavirus the…
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How best to support our own wellbeing, both now, and going forward (3)

Gratitude Gratitude has been scientifically shown to improve our physical and mental wellbeing.  When we take steps to include this in our daily practice it uplifts us and supports many of the other points that I’ve listed here.   What’s more, it’s so simple to do, doesn’t have to cost anything or take up any extra…
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How best to support our own wellbeing, both now, and going forward (2)

If you’ve been following my blog, you might have seen an earlier post of mine where I explained that our inner  state of balance is not a static thing.  It’s just like keeping your balance on a bicycle, surf board, or anything else – it’s dynamic and responsive, requiring us to be fluid and flexible…
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How best to support our own wellbeing, both now, and going forward (1)

One of the things that I’m finding most concerning at this time is that we seem to be so focused on fear and the things not to do, rather than things we can do to take care of ourselves and our wellbeing, both now and going forward into the new ‘normal’, whatever form that might…
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Why self-care is actually a very generous way to share!

Is it just me, or does this winter seem to be dragging on for a particularly long time?  It’s been wonderful to see the days getting longer – I’ve been very grateful for those extra few minutes of daylight when I go to see the horses in the morning and evening – but the stormy…
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Making the most of this time of pause (part 5)

A wonderful friend of mine, Jules Chabeaux, recently shared a newsletter in which she talked about the Lock Down being an opportunity for us to Key Up.  This got me thinking about ‘Ki’ – as in Rei-Ki, or Life Force Energy. I believe that this time is challenging us to step into our authentic ‘Ki’…
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Making the most of this time of pause (part 4)

Infinite Potential If we bring together all that we can learn from Nature and the animals, I believe that we have infinite potential to create a new way of being that better serves us, both as individuals, and as a collective.  Living in alignment with our inner wildness, and with Who We Really Are, gives…
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