Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Left Brain / Right Brain

You’ll often find me talking about the monkey brain –  that constant, endless, round in circles chatter. I’ve always used to analogy of a monkey.

This takes us away from believing that we are our thoughts, and shows us a kinda magic portal where we can escape from the dialogue.

We can switch it over into the […]

By |July 29th, 2016|Blog Posts|0 Comments

60 minute Summer Survival Solution – it’s right here!

Summer holidays are here.

Hooray!!

You’ve planned activities for your children every minute of every day. Or at least part of every day.

Or you’ve planned nothing.

And now you’re worried that you’re totally unprepared for 6 WEEKS of your offspring having “nothing to do” and the cries of “I’m BORED”!!!

What about YOU?
What activities have you planned for you?
Apart from working, and […]

By |July 22nd, 2016|Blog Posts, Classes|0 Comments

What do you fear?

Is it real or just in your head?

“Maybe it’s not what we fear, but fear itself that we fear”

So what are we really fearful of?… we play it safe to stop ourselves from experiencing fear. We play it safe, we don’t take risks, we confine our existence for the sake of safety and being in […]

By |July 15th, 2016|Blog Posts, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Changing Gear…

Don’t you find it funny? Sometimes you simply feel you’re in the wrong gear. And then you do something, or something happens, or you have a conversation and a clarity comes and you sink back, you breathe out and you assess the scene.

And without the panicky monkey stepping in, in steps a calm monkey who […]

By |July 8th, 2016|Blog Posts|0 Comments

Discovering Your Inner “You” – Chakras, Meditation and more…

Oh wow. Last week was the last session of a gorgeous course I started writing many moons ago – The Chakra Meditation Course. The whole chakra system has been such an integral part of my meditation practice for many many years. I decided I really wanted to share it, so the course was written. It […]

By |July 1st, 2016|Blog Posts, Uncategorized|0 Comments