Many years ago I had the mammoth task of capturing a big spider.It was about 2am when the big boy appeared.Back then I found them terrifying.I moved the sofas around to get a clearing but he worked out he was in … Read More
Have there been many instances in your life – past or present – when relationship dramas have deeply affected you? Relationship dramas can truly impact one’s wellbeing and ability to be present. Dramas are often triggered by cracks that are … Read More
Too much negativity leads to loss of hope, joy, perspective. Too much positivity leads to loss of sensitivity, empathy, sympathy. Just as a battery needs both negative and positive to flow, so too do we. Here I highlight the origins negativity, its role in our survival, its effects on us today, and rebalancing imbalances.
It is sometimes easy to invalidate our battles when we see the gravity of others’. But when we invalidate our battles, we invalidate the very part of us once embraced, will bring us strength and resources to make a difference … Read More
As the dust settles and we acclimatise being more indoors, keep an eye out for unhelpful habits that we may have invested time in shifting. Unhelpful thought patterns, oversleeping, and any old habit that we once worked to shift out … Read More
When staying positive and hopeful in the midst of a pandemic starts turning into a full-fledged effort, it could be a tug from what’s lurking in its shadows — hopelessness. And buried deep within the constructs of hopelessness is often … Read More
Struggling to concentrate while working from home is not a problem, but a science. We are currently living in a heightened state of unease where our brain works overtime to navigate through all the uncertain parameters. It flags up potential … Read More
Mindfulness emerges when we’re in the present moment with felt awareness. To understand mindfulness better, it’s sometimes easier to contemplate it’s inverse: mind-wandering. Mind-wandering occurs when we’re caught in thoughts or emotions of the past or future. It’s something we … Read More