Sometimes, we tell stories About ourselves In the hidden hope Against hope That someone will prove us wrong. That someone else will overturn them, Assert instead, that we have been enough all along. Our favourite stories of self doubt And not belonging And others in a similar vein… We hope to see decisively dismissed Magically … Continue reading Time For A Plot Twist In Your Story? (Poem + Energy Clearing)
This post may disturb those inclined towards compulsive positive thinking. But it is likely to provide much needed relief to those who feel stretched and pressured by this kind of an expectation. For myself, I have found that calling a spade a spade (and a rose a rose!) brings immense ease. So much of our … Continue reading “I must be happy. All the time.” – Is That True?
How much more energy would become available to you if you were to become comfortable with not knowing? How much more ease and flow would be yours if you could navigate times of uncertainty with patience and grace? Most of us have a deep desire for control. Deliberately, or otherwise, we attempt to anticipate … Continue reading 9 Clearing Statements To Address The Fear Of Uncertainty
Victim, Villain, Hero, Sage. Captivating roles that keep us engaged. What would it be like to see the long repeating patterns in our relationships in a different light? What would it be like to be free of these old, habitual stories and their consequent drama and trauma? I shared the poem below on Facebook a … Continue reading Beyond Drama
Our relationships tend to fall into repetitive patterns. If you are unhappy or frustrated with any particular relationship, you may want to examine the habitual dynamics of it so that you can bring about a change with this awareness. In Rules of Engagement - And Breaking Them I have shared about these patterns and control … Continue reading Resigning From Playing Villain (with an EFT script)
Based upon case experience, I am suggesting below a model of inquiry that may help you realize and release core limiting beliefs about yourself. Consider this: As a child you were promised an outing by your cousin. But at the last minute you were told it is cancelled. You feel let down and disappointed, sorry … Continue reading Key Lies in Seeing The Root of Things
Elie Wiesel was right when he said, “The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference.” More than the anger, criticism and tantrums, what can really hurt us to the core is disengagement. The cold wall that blocks any and all interaction can leave one feeling betrayed and abandoned. No wonder then that many close … Continue reading Rules of Engagement – And Breaking Them.