A gorgeous coaching mentor read this poem out loud on a Teleclass I was doing. It really resonated with me given I have my own version of an unwanted house guest that forced me to change my life and slow down. Take a moment to read it: Continue reading Is your ‘unwanted house guest’ leading you to a new life?
If you had asked me two years ago what I thought about meditation, you would have got a scoff, a sniff and even perhaps an eyeball roll.
I had had some experience of trying it before but I often came out wondering what visualising, body scanning and breathing actually did for me (other than the obvious!!).
What I hadn’t appreciated was the calm I often felt during and after doing it. Me thinks now my head was probably just buzzing a bit much for me to see the wood for the trees!! Continue reading Meditating like a mad woman!
“Be willing to surrender what you are for what you could become”
Fuck. It. Here goes.
I’ve been sitting, pondering about officially launching this blog for months. A contact of mine said “dude, press go, what have you got to lose?” The truth is very little. I’ve been holding off going public with reams of diary entries I have written over the last 6 months worrying about how this will affect the work I’ve been doing and thinking by some miracle my condition will pass. Maybe it still will. I didn’t want to look like a fraud (you know I might roll over one day and be restored back to the manufacturer’s settings??) but realistically I’ve been fooling myself thinking, at this point, that I can resume a “normal” working life. Whatever that is anymore. Dream on. My work has been suffering anyway. In fact I’m having to completely rethink it.
I think I can safely say after all this time a new normal is required. Continue reading The inaugural old nag post with **profanity warning**
“I may not know where I’m going, but I’ll be damned if I’m going back where I’ve been”