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Why is the mind so negative?

  Imagine if you stored every putrid smell you’d ever smelled in a room in your house – what would it smell like?   Would you want to hang out in there?   Would you try and avoid going in there at all costs?   This is a bit like what we do with storing old hurts and traumas in our mind.   Over time, if we actively choose not to heal old wounds, they become infected and stinky.  …

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How Is Not Confronting Your Dark Side Serving You?

It doesn’t matter who you are, or how successful you are – we all have shit from our past that can keep us stuck. Old, core wound shit that has led to feelings of being unlovable, unworthy, useless, stupid, not good enough. The core wound shit that has attracted people, situations and relationships into our lives that “prove” that we aren’t good enough over and over – until we do the work to heal our wounds. This stuff happens to all of us on some…

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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 and 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. And by doing so, we forget how magnificent our life really is. What we focus on, we get…

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The importance of grounding if you have anxiety

I was chatting to a coaching client the other day about the anxiety she faces on an almost daily basis. Check out a video I recorded on YouTube discussing this topic. She noticed that she doesn’t feel anxiety when she’s exercising, at the beach, with friends or doing the things she loves.  When we experience anxiety, our energy field literally leaves our physical body.  We also do this when we experience depression, fatigue, and other painful emotions, or when we…

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Do you suffer from mother’s guilt?

This week I’m running coaching workshops and energy treatments at my best friend Kelly Rennie’s Busy Mums Retreat in Queensland. The venue is AMAZEBALLS (check it out here) and for a few days these 12 amazing mums are being treated to massages, spa, sauna, swimming, beach time, mindset workshops, healthy food and workouts.   The next workshop is in March – email kelly@busymumfitness.com for more info or check out her website https://busymumfitness.com. So many of these gorgeous ladies have mother’s guilt coming up…

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A tumour is to cancer what thoughts are to depression

Crazy when you think of it that way, but it’s true. It’s the negative thoughts that we choose to think that easily and quickly spiral us downhill. Yes, I said CHOOSE to think. When you’re stuck in a negative thought spiral it can be easy to think that we have no control over our thoughts – but that just isn’t true. It’s not necessarily easy to change your thinking, it doesn’t happen overnight, but it’s worth it. It takes discipline,…

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