10 Creative, Practical Alternatives to Journalling
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by Mia Barnes
5d ago
Everyone’s spiritual journey is different, though one common ground is dealing with many thoughts. Ruminations and emotions are a great benchmark of how your soul looks, but it may be overwhelming to bottle it all up. Most people recommend journalling to document those reflections. Unfortunately, it isn’t calming for everybody. Some people stress over finding how to word their thoughts and having to stick to a schedule every day. If you can relate, know that looking for alternatives is more than OK. Here are creative yet practical ways to clear the clutter in your mind and achieve clarity. 1 ..read more
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Interview with – Wendy Erlick The Celestial Coach
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by Grace Cummins
1w ago
‘What does a Celestial Coach do?’ is probably something that you, yourself would have asked upon seeing the title The Celestial Coach, so I recently sat down with Wendy Erlick, the in- house coach and healer at Watkins Books to find out more …     Sitting down with Wendy, I am struck with a strong sense of calm and serenity. We start by discussing Wendy’s path to becoming the Celestial Coach. Before this change in career path, Wendy worked as a professional fundraiser — a very different field. It wasn’t until later on that the path of healer became clear to her. Whilst Wendy was tra ..read more
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Unlocking Spiritual Healing Through Travel
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by KumariDevi
2w ago
KumariDevi explains how spiritual retreat can nourish the mind, body and soul. In an era dominated by rapid pace and technological advancements, an increasing number of us yearn for a profound connection to something greater than ourselves. The realm of spiritual travel emerges as a transformative avenue, offering a respite from the hustle of daily life and inviting individuals on a journey of self-discovery. Whether the goal is inner peace, enhanced meditation practices or a deeper understanding of oneself, spiritual travel has the power to broaden the mind and nourish the soul. From ancient ..read more
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Our Relationship With Ourselves Is Our Relationship With Others
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by Margie Ulbrick
3w ago
An extract from Healthy Relationships: Being Willing to Look Deeply   The way we relate to ourselves is the way we relate to others. If we are cut off from or rejecting certain parts of ourselves, we tend to do this to others also. Often we don’t even realise we are doing this to ourselves, let alone our loved ones. We only experience the result – the lack of intimacy and the conflict that goes with it. Once we realise this truth, we can start to heal our relationship with ourselves. We humans have a tendency to reject or disown certain parts of our personality. When we reject parts ..read more
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How Your Childhood Patterns Roll Into Business And Your Leadership
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by Jennifer Nurick
1M ago
Our early life experiences profoundly impact us, shaping not just who we are as individuals but also how we function in our professional lives, including our approach to business and leadership. It is common to notice parallels between personal relationship interactions and work behaviour. This realisation often surfaces in therapy sessions, where clients might say, ‘I find myself reacting to my boss in the same way I used to respond to my mother’. This statement opens up a discussion about how childhood patterns, developed through years of familial interactions, don’t just stay confined to o ..read more
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Feeling Good vs Doing Good
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by Dr Carrie Hayward
1M ago
“I wonder what would happen if we were to switch our attention from what is comfortable to what is meaningful?” I asked Sarah who was sitting, somewhat slumped, on the couch opposite me. Her eyebrows rose. “What do you mean?” Confusion washed over her face. Sarah had arrived at her psychology session that day appearing weary. She is a primary school teacher and was overwhelmed by the beginning of the new school year. Many of her students were exhibiting challenging behaviours, no doubt underpinned by anxiety and the other big feelings that like to accompany change. Sarah was therefore experien ..read more
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How to Grow Your Own Skincare: The Queen of Hungary Water
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by Leoniek Bontje
1M ago
Photographs by Anya van de Wetering and Bella Thewes This is a very old recipe that is still used to make a tonic for your face. Back in 1300, an alchemist created the tonic for the Queen of Hungary so that she would stay looking youthful. An alternative story is that this recipe originated with travelling nomads. This wonderful face toner is pH neutral, is soothing and calming for your skin, and minimizes the appearance of your pores. It also softens and nourishes your hair. Ingredients (for 200ml) 6g lemon balm 4g camomile flowers 4g rose petals 3g marigolds 3g common comfrey leaves 1g ros ..read more
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The Tarot as a Magical Writing Tool (Part 2)
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by Naz Ahsun
1M ago
Welcome to part two of using the tarot as a writing tool. If you’ve read part one, then hopefully you have tried some of the exercises and familiarised yourself with how to use the tarot as a writing tool. In this blog we’ll be exploring the different tarot spreads you can use. From getting to the heart about what you really want to write about to overcoming writer’s block, you’ll discover how enlightening and useful these spreads can be. Let’s start with writer’s block, something that every writer dreads. What is it and how do we experience it? If you’ve ever felt uncertain about what to wri ..read more
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An Easy Guide to Finding What’s Driving You Forward – or Backwards
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by Lorena Bernal
1M ago
In today’s world, finding a purpose is like a light guiding those lost in wondering why we’re here. Many people are searching hard for something to drive them, a cure for the feeling of emptiness or lack of movement that life’s obstacles can bring. The key point of our discussion is this: life, with all its brief beauty, doesn’t hand out a big reward or top honour at the end. The end is just a quiet goodbye, a soft ‘game over’ in the big picture of life. So, why should we spend our time chasing blindly after some kind of answer out there that’s so vague and hard to catch? Looking for such a t ..read more
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Your Numerology Forecast for May
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by Polly Angelova
1M ago
To discover your personal Life Path Number, write down all the digits in your date of birth and add them together. For example, 16 December 1965 is 1 + 6 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 9 + 6 + 5 = 31 • If your numbers add up to 11, 22, or a single digit, that’s your life path number • Otherwise, keep adding the numbers together until you reach a single digit, (eg: 3 + 1 = 4) • Therefore 16 December 1965 would have a life path number of 4 by Sonia Ducie, Dip.CSN.AIN By honouring grace – our natural state of being – we unify. The web of life is pulsating with intelligence, love and connection. We’re evaluating ..read more
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