Tag: wellbeing

How can nature benefit my mental health?

When we spend time in Nature it has been proven that this supports our wellbeing.  The sights and sounds of the natural world can be very calming – think of birdsong, a gentle breeze, the sea lapping on the shore, or a stream bubbling over pebbles as it flows along.  Getting outdoors gives us access…
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How can I improve my emotional wellbeing?

For me, the best way to improve our wellbeing – on all levels – is to develop our awareness of what’s really going on within ourselves.  To do this, it’s important to have a sense of open curiosity along with a deep compassion for our Self – to understand that we really were doing the…
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Why is wellbeing at work so important?

Why is wellbeing at work important? I believe that wellbeing at work is so important because our working life takes up such a high percentage of our time.  Also, if things are not good at work, it spills over into other areas of our lives, such as home, friends and family.  If we’re stressed and…
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Why is wellbeing so important?

For me the value of a supportive wellbeing practice is that it enables us to gain a deeper understanding of who we really are at the innermost core of our being, and to step more fully into this, offering us a greater sense of balance, ease, flow and joy.  It helps us to develop empathy,…
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What does Wellbeing mean?

I think that wellbeing is a very individual thing and that we will each have our own ideas about what this means for us.  Also, it’s not a static thing – it can alter as our circumstances change, as we grow and as we get older. For me, it’s about much more than just an…
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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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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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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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