Making Friends With The Inner Critic Is your head full of “should’s” and “have-to’s”? If so, you are not alone. We all have an Inner Critic hiding inside. A voice that will keep telling us about how things ‘should’ be. It is driven by the part of our brain that is designed to identify what
Any time is a good time for a look into how we are travelling so we can create intentions that will enhance our being. To do that I love this process taught to me many years ago, the Maori Drawing Process. The Maori people of New Zealand traditionally do this each year to gain insight and
If you are reading this and haven’t already, I suggest you back-up right now to part one of this series. Why? Because this process can give you some beautiful insights into creating intentions for a new beginning. This process can help you understand where you are at the moment and where you might like to direct
At the end of 2016 I was challenged to come up with some words to describe 2016 and what I wanted 2017 to be. I chose ‘Joyously Amazed’ for 2017 and 2017 certainly did that – mostly happily. I also found that continuing to align to those words throughout the year mostly reflected the reality
How our thoughts help and hinder us in our healing : Animal Kinesiology pt 2 Cick here to read part 1 – Animal Kinesiology and Intuition or just dive in here! The interesting thing about working with animals is that while they feel emotions they do not ‘think’ in the same way as we do.
Once upon a time I used to think business planning belonged in the corporate world, but over time I realised that continuing to do things as and when I needed to meant I left a lot of things on the table. Undone. Mostly things I didn’t like to do. And it was affecting my practice.
Recently I was listening to a podcast with Paul Gilbert OBE who is the founder of Compassion Focused Therapy and Compassionate Mind Training. His talk started me thinking about our capacity as practitioners to market ourselves and shed some light on why often the better a practitioner the less effective the marketing! One thing I
I have always done kinesiology with my pets, starting with my son’s Axolotle (Mexican Walking Fish) back when I was first studying kinesiology. Not only has my pet benefited but my own journey of personal growth has been supported through the development of trust and intuition. Lately I have been doing more of it and
Meet Lisa, here are the steps she took to create her dream practice.
Avoiding change is a very human quality – but doing it in our business will really impact on our success. Truth is, we often don’t want to change because we don’t know WHAT we should change. Here is one simple thing to change right now that will help that!