April 8, 2018

Fit to Face the Future, or ….

April 1, 2018

Top 10 Tips to Improve Your Self-Esteem

March 14, 2018

Spring Equinox Newsletter 2018

March 12, 2018

12 Benefits of Detoxing the Body

February 24, 2018

Top 10 Things to Stop Tolerating

January 3, 2018

Hopes, Dreams and New Beginnings

December 10, 2017

‘Tis the Season to be Stressful Tra La La La La …

Major disruptions are a “gotcha” we all experience at one time or another in our lives. We lose our job or get passed over for promotion; a loved one dies, leaves or gets in trouble; a project stalls or gets cancelled. The list, unfortunately, is endless.

For some, the impact of these hard times is overwhelming. Recovery, if it comes at all, can be painfully slow. Others show resilience and are admirably able to glide through these times fairly easily, bouncing back to a normal life again quickly. Resilience—the strength required to adapt to change—acts as our internal compass so we can resourcefully navigate an upset.

October 19, 2017

Bounce Back: Developing Emotional Resilience

Major disruptions are a “gotcha” we all experience at one time or another in our lives. We lose our job or get passed over for promotion; a loved one dies, leaves or gets in trouble; a project stalls or gets cancelled. The list, unfortunately, is endless.

For some, the impact of these hard times is overwhelming. Recovery, if it comes at all, can be painfully slow. Others show resilience and are admirably able to glide through these times fairly easily, bouncing back to a normal life again quickly. Resilience—the strength required to adapt to change—acts as our internal compass so we can resourcefully navigate an upset.

September 19, 2017

Wow: Equinox Newsletter

It is wow, just to be alive and breathing, isn’t it? And, actually, that is sometimes as good as it gets. During the Cyprus Retreat some of the group made a trip to Pathos to see the mosaics, others chilled by the pool or beach and I found myself with the afternoon free! I went scuba diving and felt firsthand the beauty of my own breath. I became totally absorbed in the sound of my inhalation and the feeling of the bubbles leaving my mouth on the exhalation. It was intoxicating. I didn’t realise I was slowing my breath – apparently a good thing in yoga is a not-so-good thing in scuba – still it was fun and so relaxing at the same time. I had a similar experience snorkelling on the day of our boat trip, seeing the beautiful fishes made me feel at one with creation.

June 9, 2017

SUMMER NEWS 2017

Up here in Aberdeenshire we have been enjoying some amazing weather as the year turns towards the solstice, I hope you have too, wherever you are. And with the sunshine comes a sunnier disposition and – from how my work is going at any rate – a new willingness for people to take destiny into their own hands...

May 22, 2017

Allowing Healing to Become Transformation

Psychotherapy is invaluable in uncovering our deepest feelings and catharsis is crucial in temporarily releasing our pain. These psychological techniques prepare us for the journey of healing, but they often are not enough to lead us through the deeper way of transformation. Healing without transformation risks re-living negative patterns over and over, in the wrong hands even reinforcing them by repetition, rather than truly putting them behind us.

May 12, 2017

Spiritual Tourist Extraordinaire

As a ‘spiritual tourist extraordinaire’, as I like to call myself, I have found that magical things happen when we gather in incredible places as well as when we reach pivotal points in our lives.

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