A few weeks ago, I went zipping over treetops and over a waterfall suspended from cables, some 320 m long. Sounds scary? It was. But it was also the fastest way to learn what I am capable of and a great way to boost my confidence. I might have had shaky legs and a poundingContinue reading “What I learned from doing 11 ziplines in one afternoon”
This is a blog post about spider dreams, feeling vulnerable, not setting boundaries, reading the right book at the right time, and the healing power of Reiki. It started with a dream I had last night. I dreamt I was back in my childhood home as myself at my current age. I was having aContinue reading “My heart is healed”
You might have noticed that I have chosen the arum lily, also known as a calla lily, for my Coaching and Reiki Therapist business branding. There’s an interesting story behind this, which I’d like to share with you. The process of receiving the four Reiki 1 attunements is known to start a physical and/or emotionalContinue reading “The significance of the arum lily”
As humans, we are able to experience our world thanks to our five senses. The eyes, nose, ears, tongue and skin are the ways in which we interact with what is going on around us. The world can however be very stressful. Listening to, or watching the news makes one worried. Seeing your boss’s angryContinue reading “Five Ways to Boost Your Happiness”
Apparently today, the third Monday of January, is the bluest Monday of them all. Apparently…… Blue Monday was created as a marketing gimmick. You don’t have to buy into it! Just as you don’t have to wait for Valentines Day to tell someone you love them. You also don’t have to wait until the weekendContinue reading “Blue Monday. Or is it?”
Here’s a story about two cancelled holidays and a flexible working request. It’s also about giving up a need to control. Difficult. I know. My husband and I were meant to go to Cyprus in May, and Croatia in June. A total of 15 days of sunshine, sea and a change of scenery. Instead, we,Continue reading “Cancel your need for control”
When you change the question you ask yourself, you also change where you look for the answers.
Ever heard of the saying “When you assume, you make an ASS out of U and ME”? It’s a bit harsh, but it gets the message across: don’t assume anything about anyone. I made an ass of myself just the other day when I was coaching a client. Okay, not while I was coaching (but jumping toContinue reading “Ass-u-me”
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