Don't Get Stuck in the Dark

Don't Get Stuck in the Dark

Shorter, cooler days, and changing weather can certainly put the dampeners on things, signalling for some, a depressingly long period of doom,  gloom and lethargy, likely to last until spring. That’s no good if you have a demanding job, lead or influence others, and need to stay on top.  Take some modern-day inspiration from our ancient ancestors and keep your light shining brightly in the months to come.

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Can't You Just Slow Down?

Can't You Just Slow Down?

It's already June. And – wow - isn't 2016 marching by?

Time. We just never seem to have enough of it.

Yes, it’s a well-known “fact” that life in the 21st century is faster than ever. And hold on, it’s gathering speed as I write!

To make matters worse, as the years go by, time just seems to get more and more scarce.

Really?

Why do we feel so bereft of this valuable resource?

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Mirrors in Nature

Mirrors in Nature

"Don't Walk. Sit!"

As a passionate lover and advocate of walking, it’s not often you’ll hear me utter those words.  However, taking time to sit, or at least slow-down, is an important counter-balance to the fast-paced life that many of us lead nowadays. 

It’s a time to reflect, take notice and to just ‘be’.

When we slow down and ‘sit’ with nature in a companionable way, we eventually return to our true, most natural, open and receptive selves.

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The Four Gems of Walking Your Walk

The Four Gems of Walking Your Walk

In the first article of this series, we discussed how it looks – and feels - when we’re acting at odds with our inner truth Ie Not Walking Your Walk!

In this second article, we identify the four main factors, that we’ve discovered, which could be keeping you from standing in your power and expressing yourself YOUR way! Plus, we offer some gems of universal truth to help you on your way. Read on!

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What Does it Take to Walk Your Walk?

What Does it Take to Walk Your Walk?

(Part One of a Two Part Series)

‘Authenticity’

It's one of those buzzwords that makes eyes roll and bodies cringe whenever it comes up in a workshop or seminar. The culprit, I believe, is the over-use, miss-use and abuse of the terminology. 

And that’s a shame. Because it tends to bring down the shutters on a topic that most of us would do well to think about from time to time.

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