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The Science of Stress

The Science of Stress

Stress. We all feel it. But what is it? Having a deeper understanding of stress can help us to overcome and manage its adverse effects on our body and mind. Signs and Symptoms of Stress The psychological symptoms of stress include feeling overwhelmed, worry, fear,...

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Look Up to See the Big Picture

Look Up to See the Big Picture

I learned a new word today; allocentric. Egocentric, as we all well know, is being focused on ourselves; it’s self-centered. Allocentric, on the other hand, is a wider focus, or other-centered. It allows us a greater perspective to see things as an observer, rather...

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Cultivating an Inner Resource

Cultivating an Inner Resource

In iRest meditation we cultivate what we call an Inner Resource; a memory or a visualisation that supports us to tap into our innate sense of being and ok-ness. I often feel this deep sense of being-ness and ok-ness when I walk on this beach. When I look at this photo...

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Grace

Grace

Moving past mid year we’re called to review and come into alignment with our heart’s deepest calling. As we’re drawn to what we truly love the source of this calling is Grace. How do I speak about Grace? I think of it as an undefinable essence, an abiding...

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The Worry Train

The Worry Train

I find there is a complex interplay between the various factors that lead to maternal anxiety. Anxiety can intensify after the birth of a first child, as there is a sense of things being special with the novelty and uncertainty that the first child brings, and the...

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Simple Rituals for Letting Go

Simple Rituals for Letting Go

Are you ready to let go of something that is no longer serving you? Ritual can be a  powerful way to do this. I like letting go rituals that are simple. Here are some ideas: Write down what you would like to release (a list, a story, a letter, a poem, a drawing or a...

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What Do You Desire?

What Do You Desire?

I’ve been consciously creating a life of meaning and purpose for myself and supporting others on their paths for many years. However it wasn’t until I met Dr Richard Miller and began the journey into iRest Yoga Nidra that I heard the term Heartfelt Desires, and fully...

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The Science of Willpower

The Science of Willpower

If you’ve ever tried to let go of an old habit, or create a new one, you’ve no doubt found how challenging it can be.   I’ve previously written about the six steps to changing a habit - they include clarity, noticing, self compassion, acting consciously,...

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Feeling What You’re Feeling

Feeling What You’re Feeling

Escaping our emotional experience is a full time job for many of us.  It's not uncommon to spend a vast majority of our lives trying to stop ourselves from feeling what we're feeling. It's exhausting! But when we can let ourselves feel our emotions, we can cope with...

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Happiness is an Inside Job

Happiness is an Inside Job

It seems to me that we spend a vast majority of our lives chasing after happiness in external places. When we’re at school, we say to ourselves “when I graduate…… then I’ll be happy.” And then when we graduate, we say to ourselves “when I get my dream job……. then I’ll...

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