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October 16, 2019

You’ve probably never heard of Benjamin Libet, but his name is now engraved on my memory.  Benjamin Libet is the scientist who inspired a new technique for working with fears and phobias, PTSD and many different kinds of unwanted and inhibiting negative psychological s...

March 4, 2019

We have 60 - 100,000 thoughts per day and I believe that everything starts with a thought.   With so many thoughts we can’t hold on to them all or consciously process more than a fraction of them, but they can still have an impact on our feelings.

If we accept the belie...

January 15, 2019

Whales of both genders live long lives, but unlike other mammals, when the female ceases her role as a mother, she doesn’t die, she becomes the protector of her daughter’s offspring and the one that is followed and listened to.  She is the wise leader of the pod, that...

January 14, 2019

Exercise, yoga and meditation are all great ways to clear the mind and of course (sorry to bang the drum again) self-hypnosis.  It is so easy and simple to learn self-hypnosis and when we practice daily, we not only find the mental clarity, but we function more efficie...

January 11, 2019

Ragwort weeding makes me think of other areas of my life where I see negatives and feel frustrated or angry.  Yes, I need to address things that are wrong, unfair to me or others I care about, but I also need to give my attention and focus to what is good, beneficial a...

January 6, 2019

Unwanted and excess weight is a resulting issue - not an issue in itself.When we feel good about ourselves, when our lives are fulfilling and balanced, then we find good health and fitness that inevitably results in a healthier and fitter body.

January 3, 2019

As their burdens became heavier the people had no energy to smile or laugh and their conversation became more focused on the stones and less about other things in their world.

January 1, 2019

For most of us New Year Resolutions don’t do what we intend them to do.  They do work - but usually they work in a negative way to make us feel bad that we haven’t achieved them.  So stuff the resolutions!