Tag: stress

Crack pipe classes, LOVE & healing with the homeless, my road to recovery.

I’ve been asked on countless occasions, “how did you change your life Alexia” it’s a good question and one I’ve struggled to answer. Undertaking a tough excavation of my personal history over two years using mostly therapeutic writing not only proved to be deeply cathartic, but it illuminated many aspects of my life that were…

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Positive thinking- warning ⚠️

A common complaint I hear from new clients is ” ok, I’ve read The Secret” or something similar. I’m manifesting this, or that, goal(s)/dreams daily. I’m doing the affirmations, nothing has changed, what is going wrong?” A few things to consider. -The spiritual path, in my experience, isn’t easy, prepare to get your arse kicked.…

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What you say is what you are

How many judgements do you make a day? It’s an interesting experiment to count how many times a day you make a judgement. You will lose count quickly, as Judgements are often automatic and the majority of the judgements we make we don’t really fully agree with, yet leave them unchallenged.  To change my automatic thinking judging mind, I practise…

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The story of the Chinese farmer

 In the dance we call life, some things appear too good and some things that appear bad. We look at something that is occurring at the moment, take a snapshot of it, and we make a judgment, but everything is in flow, so what seems to be good, might not be good in the end, and vice versa.  A story…

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The hidden benefits of misery

My mind is diligently curious, a part of me would like to settle into the cosy religion of comfort and follow the herd. I crave this ‘unquestioning normality’ at times, but I can’t help but pick holes in theories ideas and beliefs, not because I want to break down people’s comfort or dispute everything that presents as a possible navigational system, for life.

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