Posts Categorized: Practical Self-Care

More and more people are booking Health Coaching sessions with me these days & the feedback is really positive. My training as a Coach, in NLP, in QTT Personal development methods, a lifetime of asking good questions as a Homeopath as well as experience of a variety of Health models, all combine to help me

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Have you ever felt compelled to do or say something that doesn’t feel quite right or induces a feeling of conflict within you? Do you sometimes feel driven by something you can’t identify that leads to you saying or doing something that you regret & this is becoming or is a pattern? Maybe you are

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“To laugh you have to be able to exhale & take another breath in quick succession. We know from various (breathing) therapies, that to take a breath causes one to free one’s emotions, that when we wish NOT to feel, we hold our breath instead”. Clarissa Pinkola Estes from ‘Women who run with the Wolves’

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This is the third in my 7 part series where I invite you to think about the basic (& complex) primal, human needs or codes that we all have as part of our healthy whole. Understanding how the need to fulfill these needs with everything we do & say can give us insight into where

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As a holistic health practitioner of many years I have been aware of & interested in the Chakra systems that many Health Modalities believe in & focus on.  Simply put, these are the perceived energy centers that we all have that govern the different aspects of our health – physical, emotional & spiritual. They are

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How many times have you found yourself agreeing to do something or turning something down, only to find yourself a short time later, saying to yourself ‘Why did I do that? That’s not what I want at all?’ It can feel like you responded in a kind of automatic, knee-jerk kind of a way, that

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Most of the time –  particularly when we are overwhelmed with ‘stuff’ that Life has thrown at us – we forget how far we’ve come, how many obstacles we have negotiated and survived! We almost never stop, look back and appreciate how many achievements we’ve accumulated, how we have managed to overcome numerous challenges and

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