Only Love Prevails

It is with a full heart that I write these words again after the tragic incident in Manchester.

Again, this week I understand how much sadness, fear, and concern for one’s safety is foremost in our lives, however we cannot let these people who haven’t any value on other people’s lives let alone their own strike fear into the core of our beings.

We cannot let hate grow for them as they may have for us. This country is more understanding than that. This country is built on freedom of the individual and we want to keep it like that.

We are not condoning any acts of violence if we choose to remain positive, happy and fearless as we go about our daily lives.

We cannot let fear prevail, only love.

When you choose to come from a place of love for yourself and for your world, you are minimising fear and not allowing it to control your life.

It cannot. We have to carry on and not only live our lives to the full but find the space somewhere in our hearts to forgive these people who chose fear instead of love.

Try choosing to let go of the fear that has been put upon you from an outside source. Try choosing to come from a place of love no matter what is going on in the world around you. Notice how this makes you feel and most of all congratulate yourself for having the courage to look at life differently.

Blessings to all of you.

 

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Be nice

In this age of mass media we can often get critiqued for things we’ve put on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. This can be hurtful and not good for your sense of well-being. But instead of retaliating, which can often prolong the debate, why not turn it around and thank the person for their comments –  everyone is entitled to their opinion right? Then you could explain briefly what you meant if you wish to but remember you don’t have to engage in the debate.

If you can, find something positive in what they’ve said. Maybe you can learn from it. We don’t know everything and what might be right for you could be antagonistic to another.

If you find this impossible then it could be that it’s stirring muddy water.

Criticism often triggers negative self-beliefs so it might be useful to take a look at what that is and whether it’s holding you back in anyway. If criticism is hard for you to deal with and you find this happens frequently it really might need some investigation. Not being able to accept criticism or  being continuously triggered by it is not good for your well-being so please do get some help to resolve this for your own benefit, to help your self-confidence and self-worth.

How do you deal with criticism you encounter? Do you have a tried and tested method? Do let us know as often we learn from each other’s useful tips. And if you find you need some assistance in dealing with any triggers please do get in touch.

 

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Happy Easter Everyone!

Are you feeling the joys of spring? With all this warm sunny weather it’s difficult not to isn’t it? Even the bluebells are out as if they can’t wait any longer to participate in the plethora of colour at springtime.

Even if there is a lot of negativity around you or things are not going well for you, you can still find a few small things to be grateful for which will lift your mood and your behaviour as well as do wonders for your well-being.

And of course it’s that time of year for a good old spring clean both materially and internally.  Getting rid of things we no longer need creates a space for something new to come in.

Physically you can have a spring clean by adding more fruit and vegetables like salads to your meals. Or try some juicing, a great way to add in those extra veg to reach a target of 5-10 fruit and veg a day. Also a good mini detox after perhaps eating lots of sugary chocolate Easter eggs?

Have those New Year resolutions gone out of the window? Have no fear it’s never too late to start again. So find that gym membership you signed up to or take up that yoga class you have been meaning to join and just get going!

Taking control of your life has never been easier, there’s so much info out there so easily accessed these days.  Need some help to stay on track just get in touch and I would love to support you..

Looking forward to hearing from you what puts the spring in your step!

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New Anti-Ageing Discovery!

We are always being told, especially women, about the latest anti-ageing techniques on the market. Buy this cream or that potion that will reduce those lines and firm up muscle tone aren’t we?

And lot of us are often taken in by those sales and marketing ploys. But want to know a real anti-ageing technique?

Latest research by Noble prize winner Dr Elizabeth Blackburn and leading Well-being expert Deepak Chopra has proved that by incorporating meditation into your daily routine has huge benefits to the ageing process. You see when you quieten your mind you allow your body to relax and let go of tension and stress. This in turn helps the body to do its job efficiently allowing cell to repair and rejuvenate. In fact it has an enormous effect on your DNA.

Ongoing stress which most of us live with everyday has a huge impact on our bodies.

We have something called telomeres at the end of our DNA strands and as we age these atrophy and fray which inhibits the information that is sent around the body, thus causing the ageing process to begin.  Signs of inflammation and deterioration of muscle tone commence.

When you actively meditate, that is, dedicate time to sitting still, quietening the mind and relaxing, you allow the telomeres to re-knit themselves together allowing the information from your DNA to go to its target area.

Simple isn’t it? So do try to do some kind of relaxation and meditation even for a few moments building up to 10-20 minutes once or even twice a day and you are actually increasing you longevity and all those lines and muscle tone will benefit also.

Let us know how you get on and if those lines do start to disappear and your skin starts to glow. And if you are finding it difficult to try this on your own then come along to my Learn to Meditate course I am hosting in May. More details on my webpage www.nightingaleclinichampton.co.uk .

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Spring has sprung again

Today is the first day of Spring and as we move forward in this new year we can once more rejoice in the beautiful colours that are bursting out in our gardens, in the parks, in nature, filling us up with that wonderful sense of well-being and  that all is well in the world.

This wonderful spring energy brings with it the full force of that huge creative vigor that blossoms and bursts into all those beautiful colours and buds that then transforms into a more gentle unfolding of the newness of the leaves and even more buds of that second growth of colourful display as spring continues into summer.

Does all this newness fill you up? Do wonderful feelings of well-being and renewed energy put a skip in your step and lightness in your heart as we move away once more from those grey short days?

How will you embrace spring into your life? Can you get out into the fresh air more often? Can you walk some of the way into work or at lunch time so as not to miss the beauty unfolding around you? Fill yourself up with these delights and see if it helps you to feel better.

And do let us know how you embrace spring? What’s your favourite experience of spring? I love to go for a walk in the park by myself and notice all the colours and the daffodils as they nod and bend in the breeze. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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Kindness needs no rewards

No one is really just being kind in order to elicit compliments are they? An act of kindness generally comes from a desire to help or uplift someone not for thanks or a reward. I spoke about this last year and how random acts of kindness not only can bring a ray of sunshine or hope to somebody but also your sense of well-being increases. It’s not to be altruistic, it is just to sow some seeds of goodness without having to see the result of the crop as it were.

It turns out there is a lovely lady called Primrose Panglea who started ‘The Kindness Campaign” some years ago to do something kind for everybody and she and her daughter often put up post it notes saying something uplifting, or offer suggestions such as letting someone in front of you in the queue at the checkout. It is easier we know to be kind to those who are nearest to us but how far are we willing to reach out to strangers and without having to receive thanks. People have been known to pay for the coffee for the person in front of them.

You could just start to realise that you are nice after all and can be nice to strangers and that realisation does help you feel better about yourself and gives your self-esteem and sense of well-being a well-deserved boost.

So what random acts of kindness can you think of to do without the need for recognition?

I will be thinking about this today to see what I can come up with to do either online or in person and as I wrote that I realised that I did reach out to a friend on Facebook this morning with an act of kindness.  She had her phone snatched from her and was asking if anyone had a spare one lying around, which I had and offered it to her.

Please do share what acts of kindness have you done and how you felt afterwards. Spreading good feelings and kindness helps us all to experience a better way of living

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What kinds of things make you happy?

We all have a good idea of what makes us happy and what makes us unhappy. But do we always do the things that bring us happiness or in fact often do the opposite? Not good for your well-being for sure.

A good idea is to make list of those things you know make you happy like spending time with your loved ones, going on holiday, going for a walk in nature.

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Now make a note of how much time you actually spend doing those things and see if it matches with the things you think make you happy.

Is there a difference? If there is then maybe you can start to think about how you can make some changes so they match your list of happiness. Only you are in charge of your happiness.

How you react to things and how you choose to spend your time is down to you. No one can force you to be happy or to be sad for that matter. You may not like their behaviour but how you respond to it is your decision. I know we all have knee jerk reactions to things but we can change and take control of our behaviour to bring about that feeling of happiness, or not.

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Have you had challenges that brought you down but turned it around?  We love to hear stories of how you changed things around.

If you have tried but not had much success or feel you need help to transform your blocks please do get in touch. Imagine how great that would be?

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