Learn to Talk

If you link yourself blindly and totally in one camp or another, you limit and bias yourself to only one perception. I’ve always been of the mind that before you can fully criticise another’s beliefs, you must first understand them.  If you do not open yourself to alternative points of view, you can never trulyContinue reading “Learn to Talk”

Sports Psychologist and Life Coach

“Two things define you – Your patience when you have nothing and your attitude when you have everything. ” Ask the most highly successful sports people these days, and they will tell you that they have a mind coach as well as a physical fitness coach. Mental fitness is as important, if not more so,Continue reading “Sports Psychologist and Life Coach”

The Importance of Thought

#Mindfulness I’ve always been fascinated by human physiology, especially how the mind can affect actions and behaviour.  In Spirituality this can be described as – ‘as above, so below or in psychology this could be described as ‘Top down’ approach to life. But what does all of this mean?… Well let’s take a look atContinue reading “The Importance of Thought”

Wounded Teachers

I spent a lot of my childhood and adulthood angry and defensive. I learnt to externalise my pain rather than internalise it. This meant instead of being angry with self I would get angry with others, much to my own detriment. People who I describe as wounded healers helped me find a better way ofContinue reading “Wounded Teachers”

The First Stages to Loving Self

Part 1 = the “I” Loving self is the first stage to mental health and self confidence. Loving self is about accepting yourself as you are, that’s both positive and negative traits of self. We must also understand and tame  what the buddhist call, the monkey mind. This is the eternal chatter that goes onContinue reading “The First Stages to Loving Self”