5 YEARS AGO…..but still the same story today….except I have more experience and have worked though a lot more challenges ……now I’m a full qualified Hypnotherapist and combine all my techniques together to help and empower you into a transformational journey…..feeling passionate about what I do……much love xx
Hello Its been a long time since I have written a blog post. Well I have been very busy getting better. Yes 100% recovered. I have got through to the other side and what journey it has been. I have found many ways of self healing and self care the natural way. Gentle fun exercise and better than that eating my way to health. My life has completely changed post illness and the year it took me to recovery was both frustrating and guilt ridden. I’ve managed to work through my mind set and change my vocabulary which has had an amazing impact on my life. GOOD bye chronic post viral fatigue. Seriously I could never imagine all this was going to happen to me. Having such a disablement for a period of time really gives you no choice but to look at life it a complete different way. The strategies I developed during the illness to combat my chronic fatigue has lead me to a new found career in helping women & men to get through these major transitions in life, wether it be a life changing illness or loss of a loved one or a long term career. I know what worked for me and sharing that with you empowers both of us to be able to make the changes to move forward and live happy fulfilled lives. You really can get through it and there is light at the end of the tunnel. I will share over the next weeks some of the strategies and ways I got through. If I can help one person do the same that would be amazing.
My 10 year old daughter made this for me today. Its amazing what children pick up and learn. These are very wise words for a young lady. I just had to share because the words are so true. It really goes well with the glass of water theory on one of my other posts. Letting go of past pain is difficult at times. So true that and crossing monkey bars for a child is quite a challenge. We have a new generation growing we are responsible for the thoughts that they think but we can learn a lot from them too. Together we can make a difference.
So far I have been to 2 Wu Tao dance classes run by my friend Michelle Bradley who recently qualified as a Wu Tao dance teacher/therapist.
Its early days yet to see any benefits but I can’t wait to see the benefits in my recovery of post viral fatigue. This gentle dance works on the Chinese meridian lines in the body and is said to release blocked energy and put you on a path of well being. Blocked energy can be caused by suppressed emotions. Long term feelings of worry or when we become anxious this gets stored in our bodies and causes energy blocks and can cause illnesses to surface. When we are healthy, balanced physically, mentally and emotionally your energy flows through the meridian lines smoothly creating and promoting well being.
The dance is based on the 5 Chinese elements. One dance for each. I believe anyone could have a go at this, its very gentle and relaxing. I for one have not done much physical exercise and with ten moths of taking it easy, I’m quite stiff and my flexibility is at 3 on a scale of 1 to 10.
I love the walking meditation, the first time I did it a realised just how out of touch I was with my own body. It was strange walking and focusing on each movement and feeling and noticing how I walked and moved. I’ve done lost of head work but this is a journey of mind, body and spirit. The second time I felt more connected which was a great feeling.
There are two more meditations one sitting and one lying down both very relaxing.
Wu Tao Dance is founded by Michelle Lock On Michelle’s blog she explains that she is inspired by the love of dance and her belief in Taoism. Have look at her blog there is a lovely heart filled video all about her journey.
Taoism link; Here is a video all about Taoism
This is taken from her blog
Wu Tao – the ‘tai chi dance’
Wu Tao is a unique fusion of music, meditation and dance therapy training. It combines the healing power of music, the calming and rejuvenating power of meditation and the strengthening, energising power of dance in a single modality that is now practiced by thousands of people across Australia and around the world. Wu Tao is the best dance therapy course for those with restricted movement or different abilities, as the dances are simple, easy to follow and can be adapted to your individual needs. They are focused more on smooth, flowing movements and bodily control than visually striking movements; though full of grace and energy, Wu Tao dances won’t see you leaping around and putting stress on muscles and joints. You can find out more about the dance itself here. We invite you to find your closest instructor or Wu Tao event and experience the benefits for yourself.
I will be back to tell you about my progress as the weeks go by, if you found this blog post interesting please share and feel free to comment.
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Love, peace, health and happiness……..keep smiling!!!!
So tonight I was asked to share my 2015 reflection and talk about my goals for 2016 on a live webinar. I have spoken before at other conferences but this was different.
Yes a little nervous but prepared. I sat down earlier today and prepared what I was going to say. I wrote out some bullet points to remind me of what order I wanted to say everything. The main thing is to speak from the heart and with passion. It’s easy once you have done it a few times. I still get nervous every time but I try to turn those feelings into ones of excitement.
So some points to consider.
1. Be prepared, write down what you want to say and highlight the important parts.
2. Turn those nervous feelings into excitement.
3. Remember if you go wrong, nobody else knows what your supposed to say.
4. Don’t forget to breathe.
5. Have fun with it, it will be the quickest 10 minutes of your life.
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Seriously this made me think at first I thought my glass is also half full so I must be positive right?
Well we can guess all day how much it weighs? It’s not about how much it weighs but how long you hold it for. If you hold it for a few minutes it’s light and easy. If you continue to hold it for 1 hour it starts to get heavy. If you hold it for a day it can be paralyzing.
This is the same for your thoughts or worries. You can think about it for a minute and acknowledge the thought accept it for what it is and let it go. Or you can let it weigh you down and hold on to it for a whole day, a whole night or a week and it will paralyses you. You choose how long you want to hold it for; you can put the glass down at any moment.
It’s your choice!