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Good advice on preparing for the holiday madness!

Good advice on preparing for the holiday madness!

Prior to the festive season I am writing on a couple of subjects that relate to the all too common ‘breakdowns’ that occur prior to the holidays – and why so often the holidays end up being more stressful than your work.How often have you heard people say...

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Year-end breakdown – how we can avoid it

Year-end breakdown – how we can avoid it

They say the human body clock actually increases as we age. Fact or fiction I don’t know, but every year does seem to pass more rapidly. As we near another year end I felt it prudent to do a couple of articles on year end breakdown and coping with the...

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Can you still effectively lead when trauma strikes?

Can you still effectively lead when trauma strikes?

Trauma and traumatic events are not selective. They are not specifically assigned to the meek or the mighty, the rich or the poor, the weak or the strong. Top Executives, people in powerful positions, top leaders are all subjected at some time or another...

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Two wounded hearts don’t make a whole one!

Two wounded hearts don’t make a whole one!

In a recent article I mentioned a trip I had recently embarked on. In that article I did not elaborate on it, but as the nature of the journey was relevant to the theme of this article, I think I should.It was a spiritual journey – a long walk from...

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In difficult times – connect with yourself

In difficult times – connect with yourself

In my recent travels, I have become very much aware that no matter where we are, in the world, whatever we face, disorientation or stress, the best way to deal with it is to be truly connected with oneself.I’m not talking about just arising and trying to...

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Trauma release can be a pleasant experience

Trauma release can be a pleasant experience

The title of this article is in no way intended to sound flippant or underestimate the kind of emotional pain that various levels of trauma can inflict. However as is testified to in this article, trauma release can also be an experience that is pleasant...

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A Soul Plan reading – and its benefits!

A Soul Plan reading – and its benefits!

I wrote just little while ago about ‘Soul Plan’ – what it is and how it is connected to your name and origins.For those who may have missed the article, what’s in a name? – could be your Soul Plan! - in essence your birth name and even name changes are all...

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Is TRE the best kept trauma release solution secret?

Is TRE the best kept trauma release solution secret?

TRE, now a fairly commonly used and quite well known practice for the release of trauma in many other parts of the world, has for some reason not taken off in South Africa in the same way. This begs the question for me “Is TRE the best kept trauma release...

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What’s in name? – could be your soul plan!

What’s in name? – could be your soul plan!

When William Shakespeare, the great poetic playwright, begged the question’ “what’s in a name?” I doubt that he realised just how deep that question was and how well used the phrase has become.I especially doubt that the character of Romeo had Juliette’s...

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Relationships

Relationships

Hello there ….Could you grab 5 mins a pen and paper and work through the followingWhat is it that you value in your relationship?  I am guessing  most people would say love and/or trust.There are loads of other dynamics in relationships – platonic or...

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Here we are, at that time of the year once again.

Here we are, at that time of the year once again.

Wow! I cannot believe that it is this time of the year again. This year has been filled with so, so much that I am not sure where to start. Let me say that I have lived in a year were I can stand back in awe and gratitude for all I have received…so many...

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Do we really listen to one another?

Do we really listen to one another?

Isn’t it true that - at some stage - we are all guilty of not listening? We have all experienced talking to someone who is clearly not listening, even when they are looking directly at us. Do we tune out? We attempt to multi-task between “listening”,...

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A picture paints a thousand words

A picture paints a thousand words

Imagine a blank canvas. Create a bird’s eye view of what your life looks like right now. Does it reflect all of the “have to’s” and not so much of the “want to’s”? What if you had the freedom to paint a life of passion and excitement?! Does that seem...

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