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Moving Thoughts: How Emotions change the way you think.
In this short article my mind has selected several words to form various thoughts, that I have come to appreciate as ’heart-felt’. This is because I believe they have passed through the heart, while listening to and hearing from many … Continue reading
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Recognising the significance of cancer language on emotion health.
How often do people stop to consider the #emotional consequences of a word. I’m hoping by sharing a result like this, more people make the time to learn to become more aware of such consequences of words. (More on that … Continue reading
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An Englishman’s Daughter
Over 90 years ago, an Englishman came to India and fell in love, literally. He married a local girl and in 2019, their daughter, now well into her 80s, asked me this question: “Can you show me my soul?” I … Continue reading
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The Death of a Parent
“He’s been well trained” These words were heard being spoken during an interview on the BBC that was discussing King Charles III, and the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Then, some thoughts arose whilst watching the arrival of … Continue reading
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“I don’t fear death, I feel terrified by the process of dying.”
This is a story from the pre-COVID days. I had barely begun getting recognition and work in my current career as a Meditation Teacher. An enterprise that I had helped set-up in my previous career as a startup consultant and … Continue reading
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Is the Warrior Mind a Worrier Mind?
This is a question that I am asking you to answer for yourself. Why, because this is a very personal aspect of someone’s emotional health, especially when they are living with a life-altering diagnosis, such as cancer. Therefore this post … Continue reading
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A Beautiful Mind
I’m sharing the following post, which I recently shared with a community of people on Facebook, and like my father who set up this website did, in an attempt to express some thoughts that may be of use and help … Continue reading
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