EMOTIONS ARE ADDICTIVE; THOUGHTS ARE FREQUENCIES.
Every emotion has a corresponding chemical which is released into the body... the more we emote, the more our body becomes addicted to the emotion - positive or negative.
Every thought has a vibration, an energy... we attract to us the energy we continously emit - positive or negative.
Enjoying how your life is going? Great! Keep being thankful, and keep a note of your most common thoughts, actions and words.
Not happy whe
A brilliant day had at the KTG Women's Networking event yesterday.
From my 20-minute presentation I now have three new coaching clients booked in the diary, and more to come. This showing the power of connection, sharing, and being placed in the 'right' moment.
Thinking piece: How do you place yourself in the 'right' moment? It's worth thinking about.
Yesterday I spoke about the power of Self-Care, the effects of stress on the brain and body, and the life changing things
Sometimes we are our own worse enemy - we undermine ourselves, we sabotage our success, we ignore our desires, and repress our needs. We act as our own nemesis, actively seeking to find the imperfections within ourselves, and constantly placing ourselves in positions, relationships and circumstances that do not nourish our growth.
We do a better job than our rivals, at blocking our happiness.
So just for today, promise yourself to get out of your own way....
One of the things I love about my work as a Counsellor/Psychotherapist is the studying and experiencing of others who so beautifully entrust me with their story. I am always honoured by their honesty.
The thing I have come to truly appreciate and recognise is that trauma is almost always traceable within the family tree.
Like the size of a distinctive nose, or face shape, generations are passed down the traumas and experiencing of their family. Almost like a family karma.
Let's stop allowing Society and Abusers to write and prescribe our healing scripts.
There's this thing that society and abusers push about having to be polite and explain, especially explaining and justifying your pain, and/or right to avoid or walking away from it.
Then the double standard comes when a victim or survivor who remains is then negatively judged and quizzed as to why they stayed, or why they tried to remain peaceful, forgiving, or offering chances for improved