How to change yourself: quickly

Change is hard. I want to change but I find it very difficult. Sometimes I forget that I am truly changing every day. There are so many things about myself that I would like to change but I often feel that I am staying the same because change is so slow and can be unnoticeable. […]

Are You Stuck in a Rut? Here’s 4 Things to Pull You Out!

I once read something about healing that intrigued me. There was a theory in ancient Greece that when a person was taken ill, the plant that would cure them could normally be found within reach. This is an esoteric principle. Have you ever had a problem and subsequently met someone who could help you with […]

8 Ways to Nurture Yourself

It’s important to take some time out of our busy days to nurture and value ourselves. Often we are so busy and there are so many demands on us that we begin to feel drained and tired. Remember that you are a true treasure and that you should be treating yourself with the same love […]

Happiness is NOT the goal. Here’s Why.

Why are you trying to be happy? No, really, think about it. You’re just going to wind up feeling sad again. This is not going to be a negative post – just a discussion on the fact that we are being sold a false hope: happiness. One of my fave bloggers has posted on this […]

How to Get Through Extreme Pain: The Tools Book Review: The Reversal of Desire

We all go through pain, usually daily. Sometimes the pain is mild (“Jeez it’s cold in here!”) sometimes it’s sharp (“Oh shit I just got fired.”) and how we learn to cope with pain can make or break us. Every now and then, in our lives we can experience immense amounts of pain, usually due […]

Taking Charge of My Life by Telling Myself a Better “Personal-Story”

I have been having trouble with some negative self talk lately, and it’s getting out of hand. I have discussed this problem on my blog before, but I am finding this a constant struggle. I have recently split with my partner, whom I loved very much, and I am still feeling very emotional and distraught. […]