Ever reacted? This fun, practical, revelatory conversation is for you!
Have you ever felt how harmful and exhausting reactions are? Would you like to free yourself from the chains and imposition of reactions? This wonderful audio conversation covers that and more.
Just the way I am
Have you ever considered that your personality traits and behaviours may not be who you actually are? Is all that we have accepted as us ‘normal’ or is there a whole other fullness and richness to life.
Reclaiming our mental health
Ill mental health has become the norm these days despite a concerted effort to find solutions. Isn’t it time that we broadened the scope of how we understand the whole concept of mental health and wellbeing?
The de-light of perpetuated resurrection
What if tomorrow is an invention and does not in truth exist? And does that then mean that we cannot start dieting, exercising, becoming a better or kinder person tomorrow? And furthermore, do we actually get a kick out of this merry-go-round that is not going anywhere?
Developing a love affair with reactions
Reactions don’t need to be seen as the enemy when they tell us about how we are experiencing life …. What are our reactions telling us about ourselves and other people?
Natural or normal – how are you living?
How do we go from being lovely full expressing babies with no inhibitions to living life considered, calculated for risk and control? Why is our normal so far from the joy we have as babies?
Reviewing, reflecting and appreciating our choices
Tanya Curtis discusses the benefits of reviewing, reflecting and appreciating all our deposits, choices, investments and outcomes.
Giving up – The why behind it all
Why do we often feel given up on life? This article explores some reasons why many of us want to give up.
Have we been searching for love and intimacy in our relationships in all the wrong ways?
The price of being the berry on the blancmange
A personal and insightful article about healing from the anxiety of being controlled by the smothering demands of a needy mother.