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Comfort and Consciousness

    What you do not decide for yourself, others (people or situations) will decide for you.   This statement is good a summary of the practical relationship with our unconscious self. Last week we examined this at work in some aspects of our relationships but it applies universally. Here is a quick overview of these more…

The 3 Roads

  “Friends (and lovers) are the gifts we give ourselves” –        Greek saying.     …but it applies to all cultures.   So what determines the quality of gift we receive? To understand that we need to first understand, as always, the relationship we have with ourselves. It has been stated many times in these more…

More than Meets the (Inner) Eye

  “There is an old Chinese guy with a long white beard standing behind you. He’s not one of my guys. Is he with you?”     This was the observation of my colleague Graeme Docherty during a healing session many years ago. We were in the experimental stages, developing a healing technique called ‘Solid more…

Suffering Twice

“You desire to know the art of living, my friend? It is contained in one phrase: make use of suffering.” –        Henri-Frédéric Amiel     Many people suffer in two ways from a problem or challenge. Firstly, there is the reason they think they are suffering; that is, the symptoms or life situation that they more…

Love and Healing

    (Continuing a short series on revisiting and updating some blogs of years past. We are also continuing the theme of love and it very real effects on health and consciousness all through the Christmas season.)     “All you need is love” -Lennon/McCartney   “Do you love your clients?”   This was the more…

Self esteem and Health

“I knew that if I looked into my parent’s eyes they would know that I knew they couldn’t handle the situation, let alone look after me. I was 7 years old and I was on my own.”   These were the thoughts of a woman, now in her 40’s, at the time of her grandmother’s more…

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