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Seeing the Light

It was wonderful to have a full house on Saturday for the 2nd birthday of the Women's Greatness Group.  Bubbles, balloons, candle blowing, happy birthday singing - yes we had it all!   

What lens do you see life through?

I spent the weekend at the enchanting Mirramu Creative Arts Centre overlooking Lake George in the company of dancers, writers, sculptors and photographers.  It was a wonderfully rich and creative time, and so interesting to learn new ways of relating to the world.     

What is procrastination costing you?

Procrastination is one of those issues that seem to be universal.  Is there anyone alive who has never procrastinated?!  And it's one of those really frustrating things.  We know what we want to do, should do, ought to do, would be good to do....and yet we don't do it.  We put it off, put it off, and then put it off some more.  Even if we're inwardly screaming about it, thinking about it every day (and night).    

In the Groove

I visited "Sculpture by the Sea" at Bondi Beach today and what a variety of sculptures there were - everything from stunningly beautiful, through gloriously quirky, to totally inexplicable or unexpected.  As I marvelled at one,  puzzled at another,and  listened to the conversations they were creating (Neale Donald Walsch says "Every revolution has begun with a conversation")  I also started to contemplate how "in the groove" my thinking is.     

Love Mantras

I listened to an interview with best selling author extraordinaire Marci Shimoff (http://www.happyfornoreason.com/Home.asp) and she talked about what she calls the three Love Mantras. 

The Battle with the Body

Despite being away for the weekend I managed to catch a few sessions of the Pain Tapping Summit and particularly related to Carol Tuttle's presentation "The Battle without Bodies - finally finding peace". Having worked as a naturopath for many years before working in the energy healing field I am very well aware of how physical symptoms are a reflection of the state of our psyche and also of how we tend to look upon our bodies as the enemy when they don't function as we would wish them to do. 

Tapping for Restricted Movement

After surgery for breast cancer one of my clients was left with a considerable loss of movement in her shoulder. Now perhaps because it's called Emotional Freedom Techniques you may not be aware of how EFT can really work on problems in the physical body that seem to be mechanical. However after some concerted tapping over about 10-15 minutes her shoulder had a greatly increased range of movement. Even I was a bit surprised at the additional movement that suddenly appeared. 

EFT Tapping for Trauma

The news of the hoax neck bomb in Sydney caused me to reflect: what if Madeleine had known how to tap on her fingers, what if the police woman who sat with her knew how to tap, what if her parents waiting for hours knew how to tap, what if her friends waiting in the street knew how to tap...... they'd be much less likely to undergo post traumatic stress disorder - which often doesn't show up immediately. Meridian tapping is so effective in clearing both past and currently occurring trauma that it's worth learning for that alone. The Pulvers certainly never expected to have to face such a traumatic situation so it's great to be prepared with such a simple technique that we always have literally at our fingertips which can be used in any situation. If you already know how to do it, then share it with other people so they can have it on board too. 

Extreme Self-Care

I attended the Wake-Up Sydney! conference "A Time for Renewal" (www.wakeupsydney.com.au) and one of the speakers, Gemma Summers, talked about the concept of extreme self-care, which she defined as the art of caring for ourselves in extreme times. And indeed we are facing a great deal of stress from many directions. Even technology, supposedly here to support us, causes stress in itself. I was fascinated to hear that getting enough sleep has been made a priority in the government's preventative health care agenda because people are up using some form of communications device when they need to be asleep. 

Extraordinary Resources

One of my little maxims is that life is unexpected.  It proved so for me last week.  One moment I had never heard of a man called Craig Hamilton, an organisation called Integral Enlightenment or a course called "Awakening to an Evolutionary Relationship to Life"  and then 10 minutes later - the length of time it took me to skip through the course description - I was subscribed.