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Personal Development

The Empathy Process

“I can feel your pain” are the words I hear spoken to me. My immediate reactionary thought – “no you can’t and don’t you dare tell me you can feel my pain”, “How would you know what I am feeling, you are not me, you don’t know what is going on inside of me”, “what

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Personal Processing

“How are you?” – Habit Or You Do Really Care

For as long as I can remember, the question “how are you?” has triggered so many different responses, reactions and thoughts in people. It has highlighted insecurities, lack of trust, emotional neediness, anger as well as conditioning.  How can three simple words become so complex, complicated and an emotional roller coaster? They can because humans are

Woman in pain
Guest Blog

Sarah’s Pain Journey

In 2009 I had a work accident, I fell off a ladder onto a concrete floor. This was the beginning of my pain journey. It’s coming up to 10 years now. During this time I have spent 3 and half years on Workcover, had 10 plus of surgeries, multiple medical therapies, specialists, natural therapists, you

a girls faces of her true self while unravelling the conditioned self
Personal Development

A Process to Reconnect to Your True Self

The email I receive requests that I write an article on ‘how to start the journey to your true self’. I hear myself thinking “isn’t that just what I have done and sent to them?” OMG and then it begins. I feel my heart start to beat faster and my self-talk starts giving me attitude.“Here

woman with head in hands crying in desperation and pain
Personal Growth

The Way Through Desperation and Pain

“I don’t remember what it feels like to experience feeling desperation, deep sorrow and pain”  is the thought that runs through my head. This is in response to the emotional pain and processing a person shared with me. I have spent years healing the pain of my past and now I cannot remember what it

Personal Development

Attachment to Detachment to No Attachment

I remember a situation from many years ago where a man I met shared that his approach to life was one of detachment. I asked him what he meant by this, and he started getting rather frustrated. He explained that he had chosen not to be emotionally attached to things. I remember acknowledging him for