Tips for on-the-go content creation & being your genuine self online

I seem to be doing a lot of my writing on the bus lately. It’s a handy half-hour or whatever it might be to get a little clarity. A time to just let my thoughts roll out. It’s handy as well that while I’m sitting here writing what would usually just be journal material for […]

Reframing: Finding Gold in Your ‘Failures’

Originally posted on Transpersonal Growth:
Lately I’ve been doing a lot of reevaluating in my life. This hasn’t necessarily just been looking at my circumstances, but looking at how I look at my circumstances. See, the picture we paint for ourselves every day as we go through life is the picture we then use to…

Pardon me for being rude…

Pardon me for being rude. It was not me, it was my food. It just popped up to say hello, and now it’s gone back down below. This little rhyme from my childhood memories serves as an interesting way to put across a rather complex idea. I don’t decide when I burp, sneeze, when my […]

Seeing the worlds around us

I had a funny moment today at work, where I casually asked the service user I was working with where he’d had his cheesecake; I like to recap on the day, helping him remember what we’ve done, and we were going over the places we’d visited. His answer hit me as being very zen: “At […]

Limiting Beliefs and the Subconscious Mind

When we really look within, we are able to acknowledge realities that other times are so subtle they simply fly under your radar. You are unaware to the extent that they can operate facets of your life absolutely out with your awareness, and so blame external sources: other people, environments, or circumstances. Recently I have […]