You know those niggly ailments that you’ve just got used to coping with or you’ve had for so long you don’t remember what its like to live without? Ever wondered what how you'd feel if you got to the bottom of them?
Maybe your 'unrealistic' dream life is only possible when you take a step into the unknown. Maybe then you start to trust your instincts and think with your heart because your head has no idea how things will play out.
I thought I was quite a grateful person. When I got the perfect job, the dream holiday, a new phone or had a great time with friends I’d feel grateful. But what happened after that?
I want to start by clearing a few things up that had always stopped me from considering starting a practice. Meditation isn't just a far out spiritual practice only for those who have a few hours a day to sit in solitude with their eyes closed. It can be if you're into that kind of … Continue reading Meditation: how to start a practice
I used to hate eating in the morning. I remember my mum reluctantly let me have nutella on toast or chocolate croissants for breakfast because otherwise I would refuse to eat. Now I like to balance chocolate with slow-release carbs and fruit, but it turns out chocolate is still what will get me out of bed at 6am...
So I know there's no quick fix to problems. But knowing yourself can help you put into action things that help will help you fix them, faster. I've figured out what helps put me in the right mindset to being to deal with things, every time. What's yours?