Balance

Using the worst case scenario to embark on new projects

worst case scenario

Oftentimes, people attribute a negative connotation to  “worst case scenario” thought patterns.  There are ways of getting around this thinking and actually using it to our own advantage. At times, sitting down and doing a bit of writing around situations which upset or bring discomfort to us, by using the “worst case scenario” exercise, can …

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The power of relaxation: why you should implement it into your practice

Learn about the power of relaxation to help you on your journey

I found myself reflecting on the power of relaxation while I was trying to relax and enjoy some guilt-free downtime.  Whichever journey you are on, be it of discovery of your inner world, be it of improving in some areas of your life or changing some life-long patterns, having the ability to relax in the …

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12 easy ways to help you stay committed to the present moment

Live in the present moment

When we live in the present moment we are present to what is happening right now. There is no past or future to dwell in. A feeling could arise, a sensation could find expression, a word might come up. We find inspiration for our creative projects or we might find ourselves thinking intently and strategically …

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The power of setting small goals: 6 questions to find your non-negotiables

setting small goals

In the years I’ve spent dedicating my time to introspection and recovering my inner balance, I’ve been witnessing the power of setting very small achievable goals on a daily basis that I showed up for no matter what.  Is life too busy? We all know how important it is to show up for our commitments …

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