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Thank you to my amazing clients

  Just reflecting on the last 17 years of running my biz and how grateful I feel for so many cool experiences along the way. ✨ I’ve learned some incredible personal development and energy tools over the years and I’ll never stop learning. Each year I want to become a better version of myself by healing whatever may be holding me back. 🙌🏻 And I want to bring that better version of me to my clients, sharing my learnings along…

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Pain is part of life; suffering is optional

    We all go through painful situations in life – it’s an inevitable part of the journey of living.   But suffering is a human condition + one that we do to ourselves.    We obsessively think about things that happened in our past, that we did or were done to us. 🤯   We overthink all the things we believe are going wrong in our lives.   By doing so, we forget how magnificent our life really is.…

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You’re not a mess. You’re a feeling person in a messy world.

    I often have conversations with people who speak a lot about what they perceive as their anxiety and depression 🥹   What I’ve noticed is that sometimes we pathologise feelings that are a normal response to an abnormal situation.   “You are not a mess. You are a feeling person in a messy world.” ~ Glennon Doyle Melton   We throw around terms like anxiety and depression very loosely in this modern world, often when it’s not actually…

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Keep your vibe in check to attract what you want in life

    Last week I got a message from one of my Reiki students saying her fam had been given a short time to find a new rental as their landlord is selling up.   Panicky vibes for sure, this is a stressful situation to find yourself in.   When the shit hits the fan what often happens is we find ourselves in a place of fear, worry, anxiety, overthinking kinda vibes.   This narrows our thinking so we aren’t…

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Are you enabling those you love?

  I heard on a podcast the other day, “enabling comes in many forms”.   How true that is.   enabler /ɪˈneɪblə,ɛˈneɪblə/   A person who encourages or enables negative or self-destructive behaviour in another.   I’ve spent many years in the past enabling others to continue to treat me in a certain way, or continue a certain pattern of behaviour without setting boundaries.   I’ve enabled people to continue an addiction.   I’ve enabled people to continue living in…

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The quality of your emotions equals the quality of your life

  Do you agree with this statement?   On a daily basis I work with clients who struggle to manage their emotions.   Some are completely disconnected from them and have a hard time knowing how to even state what emotion they are feeling other than simply “good” or “bad”.   Being completely disconnected is often a protection mechanism – they feel they might unlock Pandora’s box and face all the shit they’re avoiding if they start to delve into…

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