love

How our past lives in our present.

Posted on: 10th August 2016

“You live through that little piece of time that is yours, but that piece of time is not only your life, it is the summing-up of all the other lives that are simultaneous with yours… What you are is an expression of history.” – Robert Penn Warren, World Enough and Time You are more than...
Read more

Accept yourself.

Posted on: 15th October 2015

Most of the time the things you need will conflict – you will want love and you will also yearn for independence; you will want stability and you will dream of adventure; you will want one person and you will also want the world. Do not resist this, do not apologize for it, do not...
Read more

Orders of Love.

Posted on: 21st May 2015

‘Orders of Love’ is an award winning short film by Jes Benstock is about his Systemic Family constellation. A heart warming story of one man’s journey to rediscover his roots. 
Read more

Vulnerability.

Posted on: 18th February 2015

A wonderful, wonderful talk. When you have a few minutes sit and watch this. Amazing. Brene Brown is a Sociologist who was doing research into what makes people feel connected, truly connected and what makes others feel alone. Fascinating! http://[ted id=1042]
Read more

When Silence Speaks

Posted on: 8th February 2015

“Don’t just do something, sit there, in silence.” Zita In an art show called “The Artist Is Present,” Marina Abramović sat in the museum’s atrium for 700 hours (6 days a week for 7 hours a day) inviting the crowds of viewers to sit directly opposite her in silent dialogue. The video below shows Abramović,...
Read more

Forgiveness February

Posted on: 1st February 2015

“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” Rumi February is here! A collective sigh of relief as New Years resolutions have been left along Give Up Highway. February brings the promise of slightly brighter days. February is...
Read more

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...
Read more

Creating Lasting Change: New Year 2015

Posted on: 6th January 2015

January is a big month, for many people it is a time to break from the past, a chance to start over, even if in reality every day is the chance to make a fresh start many people still associate January with the time to make significant changes in their personal and professional lives. In...
Read more

The Rule About Beliefs

Posted on: 12th December 2014

Unhealthy beliefs about our­selves and the world, instilled in child­hood, become rigid rules that may need to be vio­lated. Fam­ily dic­tums such as, “don’t talk about it”, “don’t share feel­ings”, or “it’s self­ish to take care of your­self,” are some of the old beliefs that have ruled us and must be chal­lenged if we are...
Read more