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Bringing self-care to work: caring for you is caring for others
A Psychotherapist’s perspective on how self-care supports her to stay engaged in her work by following the impulse to rest when she needs to and not reacting to her clients or getting caught in emotional drama.
Farewell dear coffee
A self-care experiment to explore the effects of caffeine and how I realised that my body actually doesn´t love coffee the way I thought it did.
Caffeine, Digestion, Sleep, Exhaustion, Sugar, Human body, Productivity
Coffee: Do I love it, or do I need it?
I used to love coffee. Drinking coffee was the only way I thought I could get through each day, as I was working too hard, on not enough sleep.
Going sugar free and why we crave sugar
Discover how Jacqueline used sugar as an ‘artificial sweetener’ in her life and found her way back to her own natural sweetness. Are you using sugar as life’s artificial sweetener?
Sleep is part of our daily medicine
What if how we sleep, which then affects how we live, is part of our daily medicine?
Insomnia – my sleep disorder or my daily dis-order?
Insomnia – having trouble sleeping? This article asks us to consider our relationship between the way we live our day and the effect that has on our sleep.
Sleep, Insomnia, Lifestyle, Presence, Stress, Exhaustion, Fatigue
Do I listen to the mind or the body?
Have you ever had what felt like a tug of war between the mind and the body – your mind saying one thing and your body something else?
Surrender, Sleep, Body awareness, Gentleness, Health, Relaxation, Well-being
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.
Connection, Human body, Well-being, Sleep, Health, Depression, Moon, Vitality, Disease, Menstrual cycle
Weight Loss Tips
To assist you with feeling healthier and to be more vibrant and active, here are some of our favourite weight loss tips which present a way of living that can support you to re-connect to your body and build self-care into your life.
Sweetness – the key to sugar addiction
Why do we succumb to sugar addiction and what can we do about it? Are there deeper underlying reasons as to why we are consuming so much sugar?
Exhaustion, Fatigue, Healthy diet, Sleep, Caffeine, Sugar, Work stress, Work life balance
Exhaustion and burnout ... let's take responsibility
Can we really blame work for us feeling exhausted and burnt out? Or is there more to the stresses and challenges of modern day working life that we can actually take responsibility for and not feel so exhausted.
Exhaustion, Work stress, Stress, Sleep, Lifestyle, Vitality, Burnout
Depression (a reframe)
This article presents the possibility that we might be depressed because we are seeing the truth of what is happening in the world. Perhaps others are not choosing to feel it and are therefore not depressed by it. Is it better to feel it or not?
Burnout – the new normal?
Burnout is a hot topic, both at the workplace and the dinner table, but are we addressing the issue? Has being exhausted become our ‘new norm’?
Sleep, Gentle breath, Meditation, Exhaustion, Stillness, Vitality, Well-being, Burnout
Does the way I live affect my sleep?
A discussion on how the way we live during the day affecting the quality of our sleep.
Sleep, Exhaustion, Sugar, Caffeine, Emotions, Fatigue, Insomnia, Healthy living
Smoking dope (marijuana)
Marijuana came into my life as a relief from the feeling of tiredness through lack of sleep and a continual bombardment of thoughts and the feeling of everything coming in on me. I was not happy, work was drudgery and I was after an escape from this cell that was my life.
Addiction, Drugs, Heart disease, Insomnia, Sleep, Alcohol, Love, Hurt, Healing, Exhaustion
Many of us are obsessed by sleep – mainly because we think we are not getting enough! But there is a way of approaching sleep that may just cause a revolution in the way we think about it, and the way we experience it .
A good night’s sleep
We all have some idea that we need a good night’s sleep in order to wake up feeling refreshed in the mornings, but for many of us this is not our reality as we often fall into bed at night exhausted and wake up with the same feeling of exhaustion we went to bed with.
Healthy sleep: It’s how I live
Anne struggled with sleep until learning that how she lives determines how she sleeps, and that this then determines how she lives.
Sleep – time to restore and refresh
Do you ever wake-up feeling just as exhausted as when you went to sleep? Discover how healthy sleep happens before you even close your eyes.
Vitality, Emotions, Well-being, Diets, Body awareness, Weight, Caffeine, Sleep, Fatigue, Insomnia
Coffee snob no more
From drinking 15 cups of coffee a day to understanding that the issue was not the coffee but my lifestyle.
The science of sleep – life is a cycle
We are designed to live life in cycles – in a rhythmic regular way – and our sleep is a great part of our daily cycle, which affects the greater cycle of the life we live.
Exhaustion, Fatigue, Insomnia, Sleep, Time management, Tiredness
Learning to read again
The more at ease I felt within myself, the more I enjoyed reading 'The Way It Is'.
Settling the body before sleep
In our December 2020 Audio of the Month, Serge Benhayon presents what you can do to have a really great night’s sleep and wake up rejuvenated.
I take better care of my car than my body!
Have you ever considered that you take better care of your car than you do of your own body – a Ferrari or a beaten up jalopy, which one are you?
Sleep – our daily medicine
Sleep is something that many of us struggle with, and this struggle can affect our whole day, indeed our whole life. But which comes first – the struggle, or the way we treat our sleep?
The Serge Benhayon prophecy of sleep and repose
We spend a third or more of our human life in sleep. Our true depth of productivity can never be fulfilled because we have not understood the truth of waking and sleeping as a cycle of motion and repose.
The sleep deprived world
What happens during the hours we sleep? Is it the body, the so-called ‘meat suit’ we are in – our organs, blood, muscles – that is the beneficiary of the rest, or is there more to it?