dysfunctional family patterns

Will The Next Pandemic Be Crisis Fatigue?

Posted on: 17th September 2021

Living without agency depletes your life force. 2020 began with a pop that fizzled and went bang within a few short weeks as an unprecedented surge of new cascading traumas set in motion. The Covid 19 pandemic, economic recession, racial trauma, social unrest and weather-related disasters swept across the world. The mental health consequences of...
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The Bonds of Love.

Posted on: 12th February 2015

“Enlightenment is intimacy with what is” Zita Every single day all over the world parents teach their children the rules of the game. They teach their children how to conform, how to fit in. They teach their children the rules of their tribe. Parents teach their children that to be loved and belong; “this is...
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Child Abuse

Posted on: 29th January 2015

If you were abused as a child, so many of your thought patterns and beliefs centre around what happened to you. If you were a child who was terribly mistreated and you don’t know what it is called, but you knew that it was not okay, and you wished that you could tell someone, but...
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How to create the life you want.

Posted on: 10th January 2015

“I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart.” Van Gogh It does not matter what your race, religion or background is, one thing is a given, your intention is to create a wonderful life for yourself and perhaps for your family too. The difficulty that some people find in...
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Denial

Posted on: 12th December 2014

Any­time we deny our feel­ings we set our­selves up for a vic­tim per­spec­tive. Feel­ings are real. They are “energy-in-motion.” When we dis­count or under­mine our emo­tions we end up over­taken by them, becom­ing impul­sive reac­tors. We can’t take respon­si­bil­ity for our­selves when we refuse to acknowl­edge our feel­ings, which means that these dis­avowed “inner tyrants”...
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