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Dreams

January 2nd, 2012

Interesting one this – some of us remember our dreams, some of us never remember anything. Dreams can be funny, banal, terrifying, unnerving, sexy, exciting or just downright weird. In terms of remembering dreams, I think it is like a muscle – if you start to remember a little bit and write that down, then the muscle gets stronger and you start to remember more. When I am really paying attention to my dreams it is like watching a very long film or (on a

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Help – I’m too sensitive to energy!

November 15th, 2011

Do you know anyone who has a food intolerance? who has to avoid dairy or wheat? These are every day problems which newspapers and magazines have written about over the last ten to fifteen years. But what about energy? Is it possible to be over sensitive to energy?  Well, yes it is possible and there is something you can do about it. First of all, how do you know if you are too sensitive to energy? Well, all of us are sensitive to energy –

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Imagine…

August 28th, 2011

Imagine the last time you felt or heard your own heartbeat. Perhaps you were drifting into sleep and the steady thud of your heart was suddenly front and centre in your awareness. Or perhaps you were resting your head on a lover’s chest and you felt their heart. Imagine now that everything has a heartbeat and you can feel it. What would that feel like and how would you make sense of that experience? When I say everything, I mean everything that we see, feel,

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The Shadow #2

August 25th, 2011

I previously wrote about the concept of our shadow. What I want to explore now is the concept of the shadow as an aspect of human consciousness not at the individual level but at the collective level. This is easiest to grasp at the national level when we look at the behaviour and history of a country, but is most significant in my view at the collective, global level. Let us look at the UK for example. On the one hand, a country with a

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The Shadow #1

August 25th, 2011

The Shadow – a term used by Jung and other psychologists to describe those parts of our subconscious containing repressed instincts, drives or other weaknesses. Check out Wikipedia for a layman’s explanation of the Jungian take on this.  This is also a subject which is discussed in personal development and healing circles  – in an earlier post I referenced Debbie Ford’s excellent book “The Dark Side of the Light Chasers“. To recap on that post, working on the shadow is an important part of personal development

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