A student of our own body
The audio excerpt describes what it means to be a student of your own body: the best medicine is to create a way of being that lives the true you. You then become your own master at knowing and understanding your own body.
What if personal development is not an activity, course or a book, but an exploration and unfoldment of self-realising and self-connection?
By connecting to our natural rhythms we improve our well-being
Let’s look at some natural rhythms and cycles that we have that, if followed, support our personal development and well-being.
How to avoid feeling overwhelmed
We all get overwhelmed sometimes by our emotions, but we don’t have to be ruled by them. Marianna’s article shares with us some tips to support us and lead us to have a much more supportive way of dealing with our emotions.
Change your life
Too frequently we live in a way resigned to our behaviours and thus resigned to the belief that “this is just the way life is”. Are you open to knowing that there is another way…
Is change possible? Understanding the choices we make and why!
Have you ever wondered why we make choices that are not good for us? Is it possible there is more to making a choice than a simple yes or no?
How hard is it to change?
Everyone wants to change, this article looks at the impulse and motivation to change and how to engage with change.
Self-loathing and low self-esteem
Have you noticed just how much we use self loathing to reject ourselves? It seems that to have low self-esteem, low self-worth and to actively engage in self-loathing is absolutely acceptable in society, that it’s a ‘normal part of life’. How did that happen?
Healthy body healthy mind
Taking time to love your body can lead to a healthy mind which means less critical thoughts. Love the body and the mind will follow.
Adapting to our environment
Watch part of Jean Gamble’s presentation at the Psychological Wellbeing Conference in 2013 where she shares how men and women are encouraged to adapt to their environment from a young age.