Your capacity to heal yourself and experience wellbeing, vitality, fulfillment, and abundance far exceeds your current thinking. My work is not simply a series of techniques because we are evolving beyond techniques; it turns conventional thinking on its head and aims at a deeper level of transformation by re-establishing your relationship with your innate wisdom, your core essence.
You are not broken, even if your current experience presents a health challenge such as Depression, Anxiety, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia. You have everything you need to transform your life. When you embrace empowerment and take responsibility for yourself and your creations, you can reconnect and re-align with all of who you can be, your expanded self. When you do this you will see and feel life in a new way, and you will experience health, happiness and a deeper sense of fulfilment. You have the capacity to transform your life.
Have you noticed that over the last several years the number of children and young people affected by symptoms of anxiety, depression, stress, headaches, stomach aches and other medically unexplained symptoms is growing at an alarming pace? I’ve certainly been surprised at the increasing numbers of young people I see in my practice.
Whether or not you are a parent, this upward trend is worrying because we have to conclude that this is a reflection on us, on our society and culture.
So why is this happening and what can we do about it?Read more link text
If you are, you probably know what it’s like to feel overwhelmed, bombarded, overloaded, even confused and lost from time to time. You may feel that you don’t fit in, that you’re different from others and that you sometimes don’t understand life at all.
In Western culture, sensitivity is seen as a weakness, something to suppress, to anesthetize. Yet isn’t it interesting that if we were talking about a piece of machinery or technology, the notion of sensitivity would be seen in a positive light. A better quality machine is more sensitive because it is more able to detect, to calibrate, so it is more functional and purposeful.Read more link text
How much time would you say you spend thinking, going over things that have happened, old conversations and situations, or ‘what if-ing’ about future events or circumstances: “What if this happens?” or “What if that doesn’t happens?” “What if she says this, or if he says that?” ”What if I can’t cope? What if I can’t do it? What if I get it wrong? What if they don’t like me? What if I’m not good enough?” Sound familiar?Read more link text
Have you noticed most people use the words anxiety and fear to mean the same thing? This is because there are overlaps in the physical sensations that people experience with fear and anxiety -- but does that mean they are the same?
Mainstream medicine, psychiatry and psychology often acknowledge a minor difference. They suggest that anxiety is a set of responses to an unknown or ill-defined threat, whereas fear is a set of responses to a precise, well-defined treat. In terms of brain activity, anxiety and fear are reported to be in different parts of the brain but largely end up in the same place. Both involve the amygdala, the hypothalamus and the brain stem.Read more link text
I received this great question in response to one of the videos in my new Conquer Depression series and decided to answer it in a blog post:
Question: 'Redirect... into being present.' I agree that when I connect with 'core essence' I feel/am alive...utterly alive. Disconnection feels like playing at being 'me.' But! How does one maintain that connection while also engaging in the everyday?Read more link text