Ever have those days, weeks or even months when you feel like you’re up against it all? And through all the chaos, you wonder who you really are? You recognise yourself, but you feel unheard. You feel like you’re in a sea of challenges but drowning in what someone else wants you to be? That’s been my week.
I was talking to a lovely friend today about the Myers Briggs Personality Typing. I mentioned that since the very first time I took it as a graduate (far too many) years ago until now, I haven’t changed at all. But is it beneficial to be labelled and boxed into an identity?
Confused about food? You’re not alone. And talk about information overload in the media. Chocolate is good for you, chocolate is bad for you. Fat is good for you, fat is bad for you. You’d be easily forgiven for having a mild headache when even thinking about what to eat for dinner tonight.
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One could argue that everything in this world is quickly becoming about convenience. Convenient fast food, convenient transport, convenient bill paying, convenient shopping. But when it comes to feeling, we simply cannot afford to conveniently just ‘let it go’. I have heard a number of clients say to me: ‘I just need to let it go’. Well, that would be the ultimate convenience (in my line of work, anyway!)
More and more clients are coming to me with the same problems. Stressed out and exhausted. Why are the expectations on us so high? And why was it a surprise when my naturopath said I was the first person to come to her with stress levels at 0 out of 100?
Last weekend I had the opportunity to receive my Level II Reiki Certificate from my colleague, very good friend and Reiki Master, Nicki Kuurman. What an amazing and empowering journey! And the timing couldn’t have been better – having just lost my mum and more recently my grandmother. The benefits are immediate, the technique is simple and most importantly the impact is powerful.