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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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Anxiety, depression & baby steps

Last week I interviewed the awesome Heidi Anderson from Hit 92.9fm breakfast radio in Perth, and founder of Real Heidi. I’ve listened to Heidi on the radio for a few years now and have seen her journey change over the last couple of years to opening up around her own struggles with anxiety and the healing journey she’s been on for the last 18 months. It’s quite a hilarious convo at times where we even chat about missing Yoni eggs…

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You won’t be punished for your anger, but by it – Buddha

Are you holding on to anger and resentment from the past? Do you lose your rag at the smallest of things, usually aimed at the person that the anger isn’t even really about? When we collect a bunch of memories about stuff that’s happened to us in the past that led to hurt, betrayal, resentment and anger, this crappy energy gets stuck as trauma in our physical body and our energy field, and if not released in an appropriate way,…

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A beautiful healing moment

I had the most beautiful visit to a new client yesterday. Initially I went to her house for a cuppa and catch up as she had been referred to me for coaching. We had a lovely chat and she decided to sign up for a 3 month coaching package. She was also keen to try an energy healing and I always travel everywhere with my Reiki table in the back so we did an impromptu treatment. At the start of…

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Don’t give up on your dreams (and why Sly Stallone is the BOSS at this)

This week I’ve been listening to Tony Robbins’ Unleash The Power Within on YouTube and Tony shared a story about his friend Sly Stallone. I admit I’m not the biggest Stallone fan and in fact would reluctantly watch movies that he starred in as I found him annoying to watch despite the fact that he’s done some great movies. But this story really changed my mind about him. If the video doesn’t show above, click here to watch it on…

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10 lessons I learned from being stalked

In my early 20’s, for a period of around 5 years, I had a stalker – 2 stalkers, both women, actually. I won’t go into the details because there really is no short version to it – it’s a book-worthy story and one that sounds completely unbelievable when I vocalise it. In fact, those times when I have recounted what happened to someone, I can hear an audience cheer in the background “Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!” like I’m on stage at…

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