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Think And Feel Yourself Slim

Think And Feel Yourself Slim

Is weight management an ongoing issue for you? There are many reasons why you might be carrying extra (or not enough) fat storage on your body, and I’ll cover those more on Mondays throughout November.  For now, understand that...

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Anxiety Relief Tips 1-3

Anxiety Relief Tips 1-3

Is anxiety ruling your world? In our busy, busy lives our heads can quickly become filled with the white noise of our list of musts, shoulds, and shouldn’ts.  No matter how much is ticked off your To Do list, there’s always more....

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Boundary Setting

Boundary Setting

Effective boundary setting first and foremost involves a degree of self-belief and self-confidence. You need to be very clear in your own mind exactly what you want to change, why, and the benefits to yourself and others.  Then it is...

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Let go and grow.

Let go and grow.

“Let go” is a very common learning my mindset coaching clients get during deep head trash clearing processes. Scratching through my resource folder on Tuesday I came across a roughly typed copy of this poem, apparently written by the famous poet, Anonymous (!). I’d dated it 17/1/12, but have no idea where I picked it up. I’ve been sharing this with each client since. Head nodding, tears, “Wow, that’s powerful.” have been some of the responses. What’s yours?

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Safely Clear Head Trash

Safely Clear Head Trash

You might be worried that ‘clearing head trash’ is painful and will make you relive past trauma and horrible experiences. Given that some practitioners use techniques and processes that dump people right back into the muck from the past, you have a valid concern. I personally and professionally believe it is cruel and totally unnecessary to make you relive past trauma. Just know that it is possible to safely permanently clear out your head trash without being infected or injured again. Indeed, you are more likely to be inflicting unnecessary pain on yourself by refusing to deal with past issues. Repressed head trash tends to fester and build up until it explodes like a nasty boil, spraying everyone around you.

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Peace of mind, clarity of thought.

Peace of mind, clarity of thought.

5:30 a.m. the alarm goes off this morning, though I’ve been awake for a while. Peter’s off to the shower in a rush for an early city meeting. My Head says, “Stay in bed, last night was a late one, you must be tired.” My Heart...

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