Taking Time to Understand and Honour the Masks

A few months ago, I went back to the Australian Open for the first time in many years. I wrote about it here and then here. Whilst I was at the tennis, I attended an event. It was an interesting experience as I was interviewed (which I did not know was going to happen). Interestingly…

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How Can I Do a Personal Quarterly Review?

Wow – can you believe it is almost at the end of Quarter 1? Yep it has been almost 3 months, since we said goodbye to last year in the end-of-year ritual and then created your goals for the first quarter. Remember those? You know the ones – starting to write a book, finishing that…

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What is the Difference Between Acceptance and Acknowledgement?

As I have been working with clients in the MBSR Course, one question that is arising is the difference between acceptance and acknowledgment. Like most things, it depends on how you interpret it, so today I am going to share from two texts that I have learnt from Full Catastrophe Living and the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook. Subsequently, in…

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The Intelligence of Your Heart

Do you know what it is like to be in a state of harmony and flow? Where your heart and mind are working together? What if you could produce this harmony and flow on demand?   The Intelligence of Your Heart In the clip, the Heart’s Intuitive Intelligence, the following is discussed – how to…

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5 Simple Ways to Feel Content Right Now

Ever felt you are continually striving? Striving to be more, be better, be healthier or get to somewhere? You know, the I’ll be happy when… thought process. Don’t worry I can relate and was constantly on that cycle growing up. Maybe it had to do with being a professional athlete, I’m not sure. However, growing…

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Are You a Highly Sensitive Person? Maybe the DOES Acronym Can Help You Decide!

Before I share about highly sensitive people, I would like to acknowledge Elaine Aron, who first coined the term in 1996 in her book the Highly Sensitive Person. Sensitivity, high sensitivity and sensory processing sensitivity are terms used to describe a highly sensitive person. What’s a Highly Sensitive Person? A highly sensitive person (HSP) is…

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Nine Mindfulness Tips from Jon Kabat-Zinn

Nine Attitudes of Mindfulness In the following shorts series of videos, Jon Kabat-Zinn shares 9 mindfulness tips. The first 7 have been referred to as the 7 attitudinal foundations of mindfulness in his book Full Catastrophe Living. However, Jon has indicated he would look at adding another 2 – gratitude and generosity. Following is a brief…

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