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Circle time: an opportunity for connection and expression
In this article, Johanna Smith shares how circle time can be used to meet, engage and connect with children as a way to support their learning.
Teenagers, Self-empowerment, Performance anxiety, Overwhelm, Teachers
Conventional medicine & healthcare systems in a state of crisis
Health systems are in crisis, unable to sustain the costs of care. Conventional medicine’s focus on end-stage symptom management isn’t working, hence why we must understand the root cause of all ill so it can be prevented and/or truly healed.
“I hate my job”: Ten signs to show you are ‘doing time’ at work
Do you hate your job, dream of not having to work or are you counting down the years to retirement? Presented here are the 10 signs that you’re ‘doing time’ at work, and how your road to freedom is an inside job.
Absenteeism, Career, Depression, Mental health, Work life balance, Overwhelm, Burnout
Video game addict
A personal account of the damaging effects of being addicted.
Psychology, Addiction, Drugs, Overwhelm, Connection, Gaming, Hurt, Breath
A 180 degree turn around
Karin Becker is recounting her healing of 6 years of post-traumatic stress disorder due to cancer death in the family.
Practitioner, Presence, Overwhelm, Miracle, Exhaustion, Healing
No longer racing against time
The understanding of time shared in this book helps us become less stressed, overwhelmed and feeling controlled by time. It also helps us create space for all that needs to be done.
Feeling like the hole in the doughnut
Feeling Like The Hole in the Doughnut is a negative thought that can only be felt when you feel disconnected to who you really are.
Signed, sealed, delivered . . . I’m yours – what more proof do we need to know about the effects of music?
With every cell of our body affected by an unremitting soundtrack, how long are we going to accept the imposition of music as part and parcel of everyday retail, or in fact everyday life?
Behaviour, Corruption, Energy in music, Music, Overwhelm, Psychology
I’m late, I’m late for a very important date…
The car accident on the way to work, heavy traffic, a flat tyre, the alarm that didn’t go off, the keys that got lost — people have a million excuses for being late. So, the big question is; why are so many people running late and how does this affect us?
Burnout ... is this an epidemic?
This article discusses the epidemic that our mental health system currently faces with stress burnout in our mental health professionals
Hurt, Mental health, Overwhelm, Self-love, Universal Medicine, Burnout
Why are doctors killing themselves?
Our code of ethics asks us to, “First, do no harm.” So why are doctors killing themselves?
Bullying, Depression, Exhaustion, Fatigue, Health, Medicine, Mental health, Overwhelm, Stress, Well-being, Burnout
Are you fit for life? Part 1
What does your fitness level mean to you on a daily basis? Are you actually fit for life? Is there another form of fitness we have yet to discover?
Self-empowerment, Fitness, Productivity, Overwhelm, Human body, Health conditions
How to be in full time work and loving it
From withdrawal to being inspired to work full-time once again. Read how Jen now loves her work.
Livingness, Vitality, Appreciation, Shift work, Work stress, Overwhelm
Depression is a message
Depression can be debilitating and could also be a message from our body that there is another way to live. The writer shares some tips on how she was able to overcome feelings of depression.
Depression, Exhaustion, Overwhelm, Connection, Essence, Confidence, Inner-heart, Soul
Psychotherapist Jean Gamble speaks about Anxiety
Watch this short video on the cause of anxiety. It can help to revisit the feelings from the trauma or terror and know you can survive them.
Abuse, Anxiety, Confidence, Emotions, Feelings, Healing, Overwhelm
Education is about connection
In this short video Serge Benhayon invites teachers to re-connect to their calling.
Understanding human nature
Serge Benhayon has opened up my eyes and my heart to a profound and all-encompassing understanding of human nature – why we think and behave the way we do. Since meeting Serge Benhayon I have gradually reconciled this inner anguish and now embrace life in full.
Well-being, Truth, Universal Medicine, Reductionism, Overwhelm, Mental health
The anxiety epidemic
Recognising anxiety in the body; how can I support myself?
Anxiety, Awareness, Healing, Mental health, Overwhelm, Stress
Food porn – an innocent photo or an indulgence that is desire and fantasy
Awareness, Behaviour, Healthy diet, Overwhelm, Sugar, Tiredness
Flow, cycles and rituals at work
The symptoms of exhaustion, lethargy or the simple and very common feeling of discontentment are a normalised phenomenon in our work-places. But does it really have to be this way?