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Transforming Dreams into Reality Through Thought

Transforming Dreams into Reality Through Thought

Unless you’ve been having a decade-long duvet day with your head literally under the covers, you know about manifesting. Right? You visualise in the present, you do your best to live in the feeling of what you want, and you believe, you believe, you believe. Or maybe...

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Do You Mistakently Make Moods Matter?

Do You Mistakently Make Moods Matter?

Disclaimer: This article does not refer to extreme mood swings related to bipolar. If you suffer from bipolar, please seek medical professional help. I felt a bit angsty and a little anxious the other morning when I woke up. Years ago, I would have wondered why this...

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You Do Know Suffering is Optional, Don’t You?

You Do Know Suffering is Optional, Don’t You?

“Yuk.” Thomas spat it out into a tissue. “That’s disgusting.” I love young clients. When my daughters were young, they loved sharing a packet of jelly beans with their friends. These weren’t the regular jelly beans but the kind that would trick you. If you picked an...

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Are you Overwhelmed or Overloaded?

Are you Overwhelmed or Overloaded?

Sometimes, when my work calendar looks full, I feel overwhelmed. But I’m not overwhelmed by the sessions booked in; I’m overwhelmed by my thoughts about what’s to come. Have you ever had so much on that you don’t know where to start? You feel as if you’re buried...

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How to Stop Weaponising Your Spirituality

How to Stop Weaponising Your Spirituality

You’ve done the work. You’ve read the books, bought the courses, and sat at the guru’s feet, and you feel that you fully embrace your spirituality. Now stop weaponising it. I’ve worked with many clients that have been on a spiritual journey and then assume that...

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Why the Best Argument is the One You Don’t Have

Why the Best Argument is the One You Don’t Have

Have you ever found yourself in an argument and wondered how you got here? We all know someone who can start an argument with themselves. But is that you? I never held back from an argument. I didn’t always see the debate as an argument; after all, I was making a...

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