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Posts Tagged ‘imagination’

Faking it... or How to boost your Energy in just 5 minutes

Faking it… or How to boost your Energy in just 5 minutes

12/10/2011  |  No Comments

I find this series fascinating, because these short, intense experiences are so life-affirming. Read more...

How to Nourish the Heart of your Business

How to Nourish the Heart of your Business

11/14/2011  |  2 Comments

It’s about the stories we carry within us, often ones we heard as children, Read more...

What's Stopping You Doing Something You Love Doing?

What’s Stopping You Doing Something You Love Doing?

03/25/2010  |  1 Comment

I've been very good at filling my time with lots of things I have to do every day - the list is endless and the question I ask then, is what's stopping me - or you - not continuing to do that but instead Read more...

What’s your Wonderland?

What’s your Wonderland?

01/20/2010  |  No Comments

My post yesterday, where I talked about Shadow Artists was, of course, only one version of 'my story' - a story of struggle and what was missing. The way we tell our personal stories - to others and to ourselves - has a great impact on how we go forward in our lives; whether that story is empowering or whether it keeps us stuck in an endless loop, doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over. Read more...

5 Games to Play When The Going Gets Tough

5 Games to Play When The Going Gets Tough

08/17/2009  |  No Comments

Inspired by his dastardly acts, I've been practicing my Evil Laugh all week - it really helps me see the smaller picture - I have fun perfecting my evil laugh, while the usual day-to-day problems, or 'challenges' in Positive Thinklish, rage around me, not un-noticed, just not so dramatic any more in comparison to my Evil Laugh!! Try it, it might work for you too... Read more...

Habit or Ritual? 8 Steps to creating a new one.

05/14/2009  |  No Comments

Are you finding it difficult to integrate new habits into your life? It could be remembering to be grateful, acknowledging your successes, sending out sales letters, keeping your paperwork in order, updating your accounts regularly, noticing and appreciating the good things about your partner, reading with your children, taking frequent breaks from looking at a screen, writing in your journal, working in your studio or simply (!) letting your partner have his or her say without interrupting or arguing. Read more...