Recently I was on my way on the motorway with my beautiful purple Fiat Panda. I work in field service for a German natural cosmetic brand and so I am regularly on tour with my lovely car. Continue reading “Mirror, Mirror On The Street…”
I always found schooling, be it writing, speaking, singing, (or any form of expressing that was asked of me in this context), to be super squashing.
Recently I had the chance to re-visit a scenario that for a few years was my normal. I went to a techno party with a couple of friends who were visiting from abroad; one of them was DJ-ing for a couple of hours. Continue reading “Seeking Connection in Techno Parties”
We are all beautiful. This is not an advertising jargon or a casual clichéd comment, but it is an absolute truth that my body knows. But what is beauty? Continue reading ““Beauty is Much More Than Skin Deep””
When I was a child I never had to worry because I always had something that looked like a big chunky lump of glass with me, and this was my greatest treasure.
It was fully mine and easy to take with me wherever I went. No one was jealous or wished to take it away from me, as they could not see any worth in it. Continue reading “Preciousness”
I recently had a moment where I felt for the first time how there could be absolute stillness within me amongst the many sounds of life: cars, trucks, planes, television, people, children, animals, you name it, there is constant sound that goes on around us. Continue reading “Appreciating the Stillness Within and Sound Around Me”
Recently I have started to appreciate the energetic changes in myself, and how I work with people. I was reflecting on my career in health and social care and thought back to the days I used to absorb everything. I was literally a human sponge for any emotion that was flying around; the more intense, painful and heavy the emotion, the more I seemed to attract it! Continue reading “To Observe and Not Absorb”
Reading a blog by Anne Hishon ‘Feeling Vulnerable – Feeling me’, I found myself totally agreeing with her words: “When I make a choice to bury how I am truly feeling, I miss an opportunity to heal the hurts/wounds that are sitting in my body and that just does not make sense.”
I saw that in the past when I have been emotionally hurt I would put my tail between my legs and try to ignore it by hiding from the source of the pain. Continue reading “Healing Hurts”