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Who am I that has responsibilities?

Join me for an exploration into who — or what — you are, before any ideas of responsibilities arise. It makes things so much easier this way. Last week I wrote about having responsibilities and…
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But I have responsibilities!

If you feel the heaviness and pressure of responsibilities — and you’d like to see them a different way — read this. “You have to go beyond all concepts and you’ll find it in the…
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Be More Madonna

When change is sticky and tricky and we’re not ‘being like Madonna’ there’s one fundamental thing going on. Let me guide you to explore that. “You can die more than once…
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Love-Infused, Easy Change

Oh it sounds so soft and fluffy doesn’t it! We’re so conditioned to the idea that change needs to be all about the roar and the battle and the ‘look…
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Man in red t-shirt trying to get balance on a tightrope.

I Can’t Stay Balanced

If you keep trying to balance your life, only to find it sliding back into old habits again and again, read this for the sole source of this problem. “Your mind…
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Woman with hand up in front of her, indicating no. Stop.

Peaceful Boundaries

It’s so normal to think we need to put boundaries in place to protect ourselves from something, but usually this is done from the non-peace of our thought-created ideas. Have…
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Man in a city centre leaning back, looking up, with a sense of relief.

What a relief!

You’ve been taught to find relief in the world. You’ve been taught that things, activities and people can alleviate the pressure, stress or overwhelem you feel from life. But it’s…
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What is The Greatest Secret?

“you are not really a person at all.  You are most certainly having the experience of being a person, but in the bigger picture it’s not who you are.”  Rhonda Byrne Well that’s just ridiculous! Of course I’m a…
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White cup full of black coffee, with 'begin' written in black capitals on the side. On a wooden table with wooden chairs.

What’s Your Fresh Start?

We have our ideas of when fresh starts should happen and what they should feel like, but what else is available when they don’t go like that? “When we start to…
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Wooden board with home sweet home written in block letters and two black hearts next to a plant

You’re Already Home

All our efforts to find that contented feeling of ‘home’ in other people, jobs, houses and, well, any ‘thing’ has been in vain. We were always home. Already. “There is always…
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Red squirrel looking alert with a nut in its mouth

Does High Performance Take Effort?

Let’s just clear up this question straight away. High performance does not take effort. High performance is your natural state. It’s what you’ve learnt that’s taken you away from it,…
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Can you make a fresh start?

Most of the self-help industry points to you being the one responsible for making fresh starts — the empowerment model. But what if something else is available? “At any moment we can…
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Gingerbread men being cut out of dough with cookie cutters

Change: Spontaneous or Cookie Cutter?

We’ve been living from the cookie-cutter mind that thinks it can copy-and-apply on repeat to make change happen, in order to be successful and happy. Is it working for you? “Copying…
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Searching for Peace

This week is the beginning of a new book group and we’re reading Michael Neill’s “The Space Within”. Follow along with the blogs here which will align with the chapter(s)…
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