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From suicidal “Tough Tits Tine” to thriving as a core wound expert

  When we met around 2012, Tina and I hit it off massively as friends.    Back then, she was working in hospitality, drinking and taking drugs regularly to block out her childhood.    Many years later when we were working in sessions together with coaching and healing, her past trauma hit her like a freight train.     She realised she was running the unconscious programming that she was “disgusting” which had led to many years of projecting a…

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The practice of “I feel fank u”

    I have four awesome, crazy little nephews who are unfortunately a long way away in New York.   My fam has a group family chat and every now and again, we get a little voice message from Mr Four.   Hitting play on this has got to be one of the highlights of my day.   You hear in his little sniffly four year old voice;   “I feel fank u for….” with him repeating this over and…

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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 only one who can make you happy is you

“Stop giving someone else the job of making you happy” – The Universe If you were to rate your general happiness levels out of 10, what score would you give yourself? We tend to put our happiness in the hands of external forces. We’ll be happy when we meet the love of our life. We’ll be happy when we’re out of debt. We’ll be happy when we get a new job. We also put the reasons for our unhappiness in…

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Why your drinking water is so much more than just water

In 1994, Dr Masaru Emoto got the idea to freeze water crystals and observe them under the microscope. He was convinced that he would be able to see something like snow crystals in the frozen water.     What Dr Emoto found during his studies was truly amazing – he found that the image of the water crystals would differ depending on the type of water. At first they tried tap water, but found they couldn’t get any beautiful crystals…

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