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QWERTY

July 29th, 2013
QWERTY

QWERTY is my world at the moment – typing, typing, typing as I work through the first of three books. After feedback from five people, including my father (interesting psychological test there!), I realized that the first draft covered too many topics. So I have turned one mammoth draft book into three separate books. The first book will be ready in the Autumn and will form the backbone of the next phase of my teaching work. The second book is up and running and should

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Letting Go

April 25th, 2013
letting go (banksy)

Today I woke up with sore feet. Why? Well, last night I danced for several hours at a 5 Rhythms class. I previously wrote about 5 Rhythms and how this was one way of getting out of my comfort zone this year. Sometimes the 5 Rhythms teacher gets the participants to explore different ideas or feelings through movement. Sounds a bit tricky when you read it in black and white, but it is in fact as difficult or as easy as you want to make

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Is it just me?

April 24th, 2013
litter

Is it just me or is litter really, really annoying? I spend half of my life in the Cotswolds and half of my time in London. As the weather has improved, I have got into the habit of going for a walk every morning. It is good exercise, it clears my mind, and gets some fresh air into my lungs. In the Cotswolds, we live in a tiny hamlet with a busy riding school at the end of the lane. The lane leads down to

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The Dark Side

April 23rd, 2013
jung shadow

I saw this event posted on meetup recently and it reminded me of a lot of the work i have done myself over the last few years. “Love and Light” is a popular catch-phrase in the healing world, but we do not often stop to consider what it actually means. When something is in the “light” it can be said that it is within our awareness – we have full knowledge of it and accept it. For me, this knowledge and acceptance is a key

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Scepticism

April 22nd, 2013
sun3

I came across an excellent article about the complementary health sector in the UK yesterday. The article is written by a UCL Professor and posted on his blog. Now the Professor is not a friend of complementary health practices and the reason for this is two fold: the absence of meaningful scientific evidence for their efficacy; and the fraudulent or misleading statements published by complementary health practioners and manufacturers of related products (such as dietary supplements). Organisationally the complementary health sector is a mess in

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