All posts tagged inspiration

Preparing for your Soul Hypnosis session

There are a number of things that you can do prior to our session together, to help you have the most optimal Soul Hypnosis session.

Know that as soon as you decide to have a Soul Hypnosis session, that your subconscious will begin to process what you need to become aware of, release or heal during your session, to best support you at this time.

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Inspiration through change. Celebrating the journey!

Today marks 8 years since I left my corporate career. Wow, what a journey it has been since!

I have done a number of contract roles since, for a Not for Profit in the Mental Health space, for a Financial Services business, a Telecommunications start up and Australia Post corporate and they all gave me experience but something was always missing. My light never truly shined at any of these places.

I also spent time traveling far and wide (that should be no surprise for a gypsy like me) and studying healing modalities and doing more spiritual learning. I have met so many amazing people. My landscape truly has become wider and richer.

I have also spent the last 2 years + (and continue to) caring for my mother who was Alzheimer’s. This is the toughest one by far! And again, it’s teaching me much. About love and life. Precious moments!

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What brings you Joy?

Earlier this week, I had reason to think about what brings me the most pure divine joy in my life. And it really wasn’t all that hard for me to decide. For me, I find that love, in all it’s different forms and facets, is what brings me the most joy right now.

And so, I ask you now, to close your eyes if you may, and picture or feel into the following. Notice how you feel.
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How well do you know yourself ?

How well do you really know yourself? This may sound like a silly question but if you really think about it, it’s not so silly. Often, we know lots of basic and obvious things about ourselves but there may be some things about ourselves, that we don’t often ponder or consider. Truth is, there are no right or wrong answers. However, the answers to many of these questions can really be quite insightful.

I have prepared a list of questions below that you may want to ponder and get more insight about who you are. I hope you find value in answering these questions.

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A reminder about how to live

In this day and age, we are often given conflicting advice about how to live. I believe it’s key to know what’s important to you, to be strong in your values and morals. To have a vision for your life.  And to live by this. Don’t allow others to tell you what’s important and how you should live your life.

I first came across the piece below many years ago, and it made an impression on me. It is rather simple but i feel it is effective as it makes a valid point. What do you think? Do you agree?

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My Spiritual Journey took me to Mt Everest base camp!

When I first started on my spiritual journey, there were few people around who I felt i could talk to about this. Admittedly this was prior to the internet (early 1990s) but it was quite a lonely time. Lonely because I kept to myself, shared little with others and was so hungry for knowledge. I was also hungry for people I could converse with on all things spiritual.

I read as much as I could, following my intuition to books that opened my mind. There were many books I read during this time (and continue to now).

I was fortunate to meet someone through work, who was ahead of me on his journey. He lived interstate, so guided me when we spoke on the phone and met in person. I was insatiable for knowledge, so loved all the opportunities I had to talk with him. At that point in time, having this guidance was important to an inquiring mind like mine. It was also key for my spiritual journey’s progression.

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My morning coffee and a little kindness

CoffeeThis morning I went to my local café for my regular coffee and had a beautiful experience that left me in tears ~ happy tears.

When I visited the same café yesterday morning, I was feeling frustrated, having just left my mother’s after an appointment with her and a Council employee. My mother has Alzheimer’s and my sisters and I have been doing all we can to get everything in place for her, so that she is safe and comfortable. It’s hard to know exactly how far along mum is with her Alzheimer’s, though we are fortunate that she still knows who we are. I dread to think about the time when she won’t recognise us. But for now, everyday presents us with a new challenge. Confusion, anxiety, memory loss and the fallout from these, are things we deal with on a regular basis. Coming to terms with the changes in mum, has been a struggle so far and one that we need to prepare for mentally. And all of this is emotionally draining.

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