I've learnt some valuable lessons in life recently; interestingly perhaps, they began just at the point my youngest child left home. I see this as life's way of re-adjusting things; calling things into question as suddenly the space open up to do that; to contemplate.
When my son left, I found I was already thinking about the labels we apply to ourselves and others and reflecting on why we do that. Does it make it easier for us to categorise difference rather than seeking 'sameness'? Is it easier to protect our soft and tender places when we make a decision that someone not the same as us must be 'wrong' about the world,and therefore 'wrong' about us too just because they are different? Why do we separate, segregate and need to be 'right'?
I began to recognise two things; one, that labels create tension and tension creates dispute, and secondly, we can find ourselves backed into tight corners when adopting these 'labels' for ourselves, and once wearing that label, we may just realise it isn't actually right for us any more, and perhaps it never was.
It's easy to label people, and much harder sometimes to keep an open heart and mind, to truly listen to another person's experience without needing to jump in an offer an opinion before even really accepting what has been shared.
Over time, the labels I have applied to myself or which have had applied to me have changed a great deal; trouble, addict, sex worker, slut, whore, bitch, ballbreaker, entrepreneur, business woman, employee, mother, breathworker, vegan, heterosexual, bisexual, vegetarian, teacher, shaman, coach, etc; the list is endless! Some were reclaimed words, others not. Some levelled at me in anger or hate, others not. Some gave me the comfort of belonging, the feeling of tribe, of community, others left me distinctly an 'outsider', but the one thing they had in common was that somehow, in some way, they created separation or identity, neither of which are especially helpful.
Of course some labels can be useful; 'what do you value in the world XXX?', or 'what do you offer?' Questions that can be asked to get to know a person better, but when does that knowing become a label, then become a 'decision' about the person?
I have built a fair amount of my career around healthy eating, clean food and eventually plant based living. Prior to that much of my career focussed on addiction services and sexual freedom campaigning. Many different labels!
Inevitably when I came to change some of those labels recently, several things began to happen; firstly people felt it was ok to challenge my personal process. I'm ok with that, I have some very public social media pages so discussion is welcome, but what I'm less ok with is people telling me I'm 'wrong', and that they therefore must be 'right'.
The thing that really disturbs me about this is that the older I get the more I realise that there are as many versions of 'right' in this world as there are people, and that the only thing that's truly certain in life is change and death! We experience the world and we are changed by it, and when we aren't open to that possibility, we stagnate, freeze or become rigid in our thinking. We become so attached to our own worldview that suddenly, that view becomes dogma.
This list above - number one on the list of synonyms is 'teaching' and surely teaching is about sharing knowledge and allowing discussion? A principle and an ethic can be a great pointer to the values and choices we make, but the words laws, rules, beliefs and convictions leave me a little less comfortable. These suggest rigidity, and punishment for breaking the 'rules', and whilst to a degree we all have to learn to live within society's rules, when we start making our own sub-sections of 'rules', it's game over! More fighting, more dispute, more dogma.
Recently, a person tagged me in an Instagram post pointing me to a long winded rant about what was good for the body and not good (food wise). This was done to disprove some current things I'm exploring personally, and yet it's fascinating because on another page in the very same feed this morning, there I saw the long-winded advice person heralded as 'right' by my friend, being called out as a charlatan and a scammer by another nutritionist in the same forum, and the truth is that none of that matters because I'm doing it for me...not for you, not to prove anything, and definitely not to be 'right'!
Go there and go down a rabbit hole folks!
My best advice to all in my work is learn to listen to your body, find what works for you. Listen to your heart too, and use the mind for discernment only, and not for judgement or criticism and segregation. What's right for one isn't always right for another.
Today's post is to make a plea for us all to take a moment to step out of attachment to our ideologies before they become dogma; as the saying goes, "you do you and I'll do me". Let's listen more, and judge less.
Have a beautiful Sunday, and whether your particular 'church' is a religious or spiritual place, hanging out in nature, dancing or some other healing place of sanctuary for you, wherever it is, be there and be there with love, compassion and understanding...
...and always keep an open mind.
Every year at Christmas, three things usually increase; our weight, our stress levels and the prevalence of depression. This of course means our physical, mental and emotional health are all being impacted by the pressure to please, consume, over-eat, be enough, do enough and give enough!
We are bombarded from as early as late October with Christmas adverts promoting plush gifts, expensive food tables, and a kind of shark-feeding frenzy of consumerism and pressure to join in the many wild office or personal parties out there, whilst inside perhaps all we want to do is curl up and nourish ourselves in other ways.
This pressure creates a tension that I'm sure many relate to and affects our sense of peace, wellbeing and balance, so let's look at some ways we can avert this 'crisis' before it hits us.
The Danes have a lifestyle concept called 'Hygge', a 'concept which can't easily be translated to one single word but encompasses a feeling of cosy contentment and well-being through enjoying the simple things in life. If you've ever enjoyed reading a book indoors on a rainy Sunday or a cup of hot cocoa on a snow day you've experienced hygge'. If you love to curl up in home made dens, nestle with blankets and hot water bottles, and simply gaze into the fire, this is Hygge, but actually, this more widely put is just great self care.
Hygge is a prevailing sense of stillness and peace in the present moment, and an appreciation of a deep and nourishing sense of cosiness. Sounds great right? For most of us however, we get caught up in consume, consume, consume and we lose our centre in the crazy whirlwind that is this time of year; a far cry from the rest and hibernation nature shows us is more appropriate in these dark days and long, cold nights.
If you are prepared and if you are mindful, you can avoid the common pitfalls and really 'have yourself a merry little Christmas', so here are my top tips for a wonderful Christmas season.
Lastly, befriend Winter! The video below is from one of my new absolute favourite people. Listen with awe as Jonna Jinton explains how she is learning to make peace with the darkness and the cold.
Reach out if you're struggling; I will be offering my one to one sessions throughout some of the Christmas and New Year Period, and if you are really struggling, please refer to the helplines on the Integration Protocols page of my website.
Have a lovely run up to Christmas everyone, with love and health! Steph x o x
Many of you know that I'm just back from about 2 1/2 months of travelling and adventure. Prior to leaving the UK, my youngest child left home and I spent some time feeling into these new spaces in myself, and in my life. Then, BOOM! suddenly it was done...my 'grieving' felt as though it had moved through me and a sense of freedom began to grow. Was that it, I thought? How present you have been to this Steph, I thought. No! I had simply made space for more 'stuff' to reveal itself.
Today, bumping into some dear friends and laughing about life, we pondered "is there always more stuff"? YES! We decided there is, and this, in essence is the nature of being human, staying authentic and allowing oneself to:
A) Be vulnerable
B) Be present to all that arises
C) Not act like an arrogant sod!
But this is not the same as getting stuck there, taking root, becoming comfortable in that space of habit. It's more that as we increase our awareness and bring it to presence, we have the chance to rub off the sharper edges, soften the rough surfaces, and our core wounds and sufferings become easier to navigate and lighter each time they surface.
Es Vedra, Ibizan rock of magic and mystery. How you tested me Ibiza! I won't go into story here, save to say that every part of me was forced to really feel, and I mean really feel my weak spots, my sore points and my deepest insecurities. It probably came on the back of the three weeks I had just completed in Mallorca with my dear friend Fran. We were hosting two back to back detox retreats, and detoxing does that, it brings E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G to the surface! Physical, mental and emotional...all there served up on this enormous platter called LIFE!
We were also both calling into question much of what we have learnt or believe in as detox and nutritional coaches and healers. What if everything we know is wrong? Always a great question to ask....
I was posing this question to myself this whilst also reading Dr Joe Dispenza's amazingly inspiring book "Becoming Supernatural" - it was having an effect - I was questioning my habitual behaviour, beliefs and thoughts, and consciously working to change them. I was experimenting with myself if you like.
All of this felt something like vigorously shaking up the sand in the bottom of a lake, and combined with the trauma release training we were doing as part of our graduating student's Alchemy of Breath Breathwork training, stuff was most definitely moving and I did not feel comfortable one bit! How can I push this down, pretend it's not there, make it smaller, I asked myself? 'Can I fake it until through the other side' I asked myself, but I couldn't, and if I tried, the energy leaked out in other ways anyway and just made everything worse. So surrendering to what needed to be felt and released, I practiced what I preach and just allowed myself to be raw as f**k, wide open and lost.
When lost, before long, one finds oneself....
And so, passing through the eye of the storm I came home, still open, raw and vulnerable, to begin the integration process, a part of the journey so many people skip, and possibly the most vital element of self mastery.
Every night since I got home, I have dreamt of my time in Ibiza; every single night until a couple of days ago! This tells me my sub-conscious mind is processing deeply, and I'm grateful for the autumnal darkness and hibernation possibility of this season. I can go within and 'take stock'. It's not just been about letting go of my son, my previous life, or my sense of 'self' (ego), it's been about being willing to face my deepest fears and let go of EVERYTHING. Then, and only then, can we walk through the fire and see what's left in the ashes.
My work is evolving most clearly as a result. My diet is changing, my path is revealing itself and my self awareness has come full circle into self acceptance, an acceptance that meets me exactly as I am. I wish that we would all give ourselves this gift of both vulnerability AND integration. I wish that we may all find the courage to be less than perfect; the world would be a better place for sure in doing so, and in being so.
I have already begun the task of re-writing my website, re-structuring my work and I know that more will evolve over winter. I welcome you all to these quiet months; go within and seek solitude and stillness. Grow yourself and most importantly, question everything to you think you know! It's a very humbling process!
Hey Gorgeous Readers!
How are you all doing as the season begins to visibly change once more? I hope you're shining and if not, I hope you're being gentle with yourself. I've had a lot of new things to assimilate into my life of late, which is when self care becomes even more important, but it's also paradoxically in these moments in which rather than increase our self care, we self sabotage right? Drown the feeling in the habit etc!
So, if one of your sabotage patterns lies with food, here's a simple idea for a quick, easy, nutritious and delicious breakfast which is actually delicious any time of day!
Take one large empty jam jar, mason jar or bowl, then start by putting in a layer of your favourite fruit at the bottom. I used papaya for this one, the seeds are a great anti-parasitic by the way but don't put them in your bowl, they're quite bitter!
Then add a layer of coconut yoghurt, I used the KOKO one but you can use any non dairy yoghurt of your choice. I emphasis the non dairy here as dairy can be extremely mucous producing in your system and can trigger eczema, psoriasis, catarrh, hay fever and more. Try a week without and watch your sniffles disappear!
Then add another layer of fruit, I used blackberry and blueberry because the dark berries are renowned for their anti-oxidant properties and are super yum.
Then smother in de-hulled hemp, hemp seeds or any superfoods of your choice, cacao nibs can be nice, goji berries too! More yoghurt, then a fruit and superfood topping.
If you stir in chia seeds you are adding to the good protein, and the gut cleaning potential too. It's so quick and easy and takes literally 5 minutes to prepare, and is way better for you than toast and cereal, our usual go-to!
Let me know how you get on loves! #nomshanti and stay juicy!
Growth is painful!
I've come to the realisation that it doesn't matter how or where you enter growth phases in your life, the stage before the growth is almost inevitably painful! Nature reflects this too.
When a caterpillar enters the cocoon preceding its transformation into butterfly, two things happen; firstly the caterpillar COMPLETELY dissolves, becomes liquid, loses its previous form and effectively dies before being reborn, and secondly, if we help it through the painful re-emergence stage by poking a hole in the cocoon to allow easier exit, we are actually harming that rebirth process and here's why.
When the butterfly is ready to emerge, this pushing and straining against the confines of the cocoon are what strengthen the new wings and form of the butterfly. If we, with all of our goodwill, try to 'help', the butterfly before it's ready, it is deprived of this strengthening opportunity and will more than likely die as a result of our intervention - WOW! Now there's a metaphor for life right?
As human beings, most of our growth, be it physical (remember 'growing pains' as a child where your limbs felt like they were betraying you because they were so sore?), emotional (teenage angst) or mental (entry into adulthood), all of this 'growth' usually necessitated a preceding sense of loss, grief and anxiety. Often these feelings could include uncertainty beforehand and in the past, perhaps some doubt or regret afterwards, and yet growth is as inevitable as the cycle of the sun around the earth, so why resist? Why do we imagine that one 'wrong' choice in the past will represent all of our choices in the future?
Most human beings want connection, love and intimacy in our lives. We want to be ok, we want to go beyond survive and into thrive, and yet we fear the unknown so greatly that sometimes we choose to stay in our safe confines never risking failure or rejection, upheaval or loss. The only thing guaranteed with that philosophy is that without risking those very things, we will truly NEVER get to see what our potential may be, to experience what else may be waiting for us on the other side of fear and change.
So my loves, as I personally arrive at yet another threshold of change (The Hero's Journey epitomised) here I am questioning my ability to leap into a new abyss. I welcome this opportunity for growth and therefore I accept the fear and the pain. I hear many of my colleagues and friends expressing similar fears and sufferings, yet none of us would stay still through fear would we? Perhaps so, but ask yourself; can you face those growing pains and see how far you can fly in your own lives too?
You are greatness in essence and you are unlimited potential.
Let's do this together! Let's have each other's backs?
Drop me a reply - what do you dream of that sacred you right now? Name it and watch it diminish in doing so, we are listening.
with love and passion, Steph xox
Hello everyone! I was going to create today's post with recommendations for the best kind of juicers today, but then something happened. I was making my breakfast earlier, pootling around in my kitchen and I had put this Max Strom TED talk on in the background.
The more I listened, the more I resonated and just knew what everything Max says is so spot on so I had to share this with you - breathwork changes people's lives! If you have not experienced this kind (and other) forms of conscious connected breathing, then I really REALLY recommend you do! I don't think I've ever seen such profound shifts in people as I have with rebirthing breathwork, and this includes years of working with plant medicines, shamanism, yoga and bodywork, counselling and therapy and many many other modalities of healing. The breath it seems, is our most readily available and yet most under used resource!
For me, breathwork is a shamanic practice offering a deep form of soul retrieval. It allows us to access inner landscapes which may have been long since buried, trapping trauma, shock and stress in our autonomic nervous systems without us even realising how those trapped thoughts, feelings and emotions still run our lives.
You can break free from years of limiting belief, addiction, stress and anxiety and more by simply committing to the breath. It's not quite the same as yogic breathing, another really useful healing tool for sure, but with conscious connected breath, we move personal 'story' rapidly, shifting it from our system by bringing it to the light to be felt, seen and released. Every time I lie down to breathe, perhaps thinking there is nothing to breathe into today, something unexpected and wild inevitably occurs, from childhood memories resurfacing, physical pain revisited, knowing and feeling my true essence in every single cell or anything else, it always surprises me!
If you feel called to experience this for yourself, do come to one on my monthly breathwork sessions or call ad book a one-to-one today. Sessions can easily be offered online and are equally powerful working this way. Meantime, breathe deep and let go! Steph xox
It was several years ago now when I first began to dream about travelling to Bali. I noticed that every time I browsed images on the internet for temples, landscapes and places to visit, my whole body would come alive with a tingling sense of excitement and anticipation that went beyond a usual 'holiday plan'. I couldn't particularly explain what was happening, all I knew was that I felt it; in every single cell of my body, I felt it!
Of the images above, the two on the left were the kind of images I began to save; places I wanted to go, experiences I wanted to have. The photo on the right was taken by me, in that same place 12 months later! Now you may say 'ok but that's not so unusual right'? Many people have dreams they achieve when it comes to foreign travel, take photos there with a thumbs up in front of a favourite monument, and I would agree. However for me, it went one step further. I would keep vision boards of these places in locked parts of my instagram or pinterest accounts. I would share on social media how I would be going there soon and allow myself to really dream these moments into being, so much so, that when I got there the year after I first started imagining it, it felt like 'home'. What unfolded for me led to a chain of remarkable events that have changed my life (but that's another story), and that's the magic I want to share with you, because you can do that and have that too; if I can, there's no reason you can't!
Again, the photo on the left was taken from the internet, (i.e., the Dream), and the photo on the right, taken less than 12 months later was my own. You're getting the gist of it yes? Dream it, feel it, believe it!
"You feel it when you know it, and you know it when you feel it."
I've always experienced some form of resistance to all this new-age manifestation stuff! I somehow felt it was disingenuous to just believe it was enough to 'think something into being', to focus so hard on the thinking of it, it would magically appear. To me, that approach felt cut off from the soul of the thing, the heart of the thing, somehow seeking greedily another instant fix in life, and yet for sure there is something in the essence of what's being presented with this 'law of attraction' stuff! If we don't believe at heart we deserve something, or we hear ourselves saying "I could never see myself doing that" and therefore we just settle, then sure as mustard that's invariably what shows up for us. In doing this, in a way we are effectively reverse investing by placing our bets on failure and resignation, two not very inspiring qualities, so in that case, why not start focussing on attracting some more fun options? It's often said that the subconscious mind cannot distinguish between reality as we know it and a strong visualisation, indeed some athletes now use these techniques to enhance their training by running marathons in their mind, and my feeling is, if they can, I can!
Every year for eight years now I've run a Dream Questing event, five of those eight years with my dear friend and colleague Sarah, and this sh*t works let me tell you! It's full moon, I couldn''t sleep so I just got out this years 'map' and was amazed to see that two things I wrote in January have actually just happened! THE EXACT THINGS I WROTE! I don't know why I'm amazed, I see this happening over and over in my life and in this practice, and yet still sometimes I forget.
When we allow ourselves to dream, to meander through the pathless woods, we ignite our spirit and souls by creating space to feel what brings us to life. As a child I did this naturally, all too often chastised for being a 'daydreamer' and then in later years the more harsh "you'll never amount to much if you're just a dreamer", and yet a dreamer is most definitely what I am and that brings me enormous pleasure and some great success! I live my life on my terms doing what I love with people who inspire me daily, whilst those who conform to other people's expectations and dreams rarely get to feel that feeling.
Dreaming our lives into being is the path of the Warrior Heart! Why so? Because most people falter when things don't go the way we may have hoped, when obstacles arise, or when we are over attached to outcome, and so we stop dreaming and return to our comfortable places, staying safe and playing small. If we don't do that, then we have to be prepared to make our mark! To stand resolute in the face of crushing disappointment, to trust in the process unfolding and more importantly, to dream new dreams. Dreams are like tiny seeds; they need watering, feeding and light, they need our attention. If we give that to them, and if we start to develop our own body wisdom, then these things really do being to happen - try it for yourself and see, and if you cant really feel it, it's probably not the right dream....
Simple, effective tools for living well and feeling great!
Today's practice for you is a simple but effective way of checking the volume of air you are breathing in (most of us inhale less than 20% of our total lung capacity!) plus it get you to be fully connecting with your body so in my eyes, that's a win-win!
The practice is called the Chest-Heart Breath.
To do: Place your thumbs into your arm pits, palms down parallel to floor, fingers pointing inwards. Middle fingers should be touching. As you breathe in, the chest expands, and the middle finger tips separate. As you breathe out, finger tips come together again. Focus on Chest Heart Breath for 5 minutes...then resting your hands on your thighs, palms facing upwards in spirit of receiving, allow your breath to become natural and easeful. With your eyes closed, focus on feeling gratitude for your breath, and your life.
Let me know how you find it, drop a comment below #everybreathcounts
Breathing, the most natural thing we can do; from the first inhale at birth to the last exhale at death, every breath in between is regulated by the innate wisdom of the body, and is activated by a trigger response in the brain part known as the medulla oblongata (the red part of the image above). It's the one physiological internal functions of the body that we have control over and can self regulate, and in my view it's our greatest medicine.
This part of the brain emits impulses that inspire you to take a breath, and this comes as a result of a natural bodily occurrence, the fluctuating balance of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood. As carbon dioxide (Co2) builds in the cells, certain chemo-receptors in the body alert your brain "Houston, we have a problem!" and send an impulse to regulate this by forcing a contraction of the diaphragm and the intercostal muscles surrounding the ribs. This forces us to inhale deeply taking in more oxygen (O2), which in turn triggers a process of self regulation of levels of Co2 and O2, a balance vital for cellular vitality and blood health. As air rushes into the lungs, the brain stops it's 'alert' signal and the diaphragm and ribs relax...ad infinitum!
Most of us however, despite this innate response do not take in anywhere near our lung capacity in oxygenated fresh air, nor do we fully and completely exhale the waste air that will remain in the lungs if we are perpetually shallow breathing.
On average, people inhale and exhale a total of 500 ml of air with each breath, however we can take in much more than this. The amount of air we inhale and expel is known as the tidal volume, or TV. The maximum volume of air that can move through your lungs is known as your Vital Capacity, and by breathing deeply, we can generally reach a volume of 3,100 ml, quite different to the average 500 right?
Some of the air we breathe in never even reaches our lungs, how funky is that! This 'homeless' air is known as 'dead space' and is the air that lingers in your pharynx, trachea and nasal cavities, places where the earlier mentioned gaseous exchange doesn't happen, and that's ok, it just means there's always more air we can consciously take into our lungs by intentionally increasing our capacity to breathe deeply.
As a breath worker, and a regular breather, I am constantly amazed by what I discover in the stories in my body which lie just beyond the breath. I have lain down to breathe convinced there's nothing much to do and been in deep process within minutes, and equally, when I've imagined there was some big 'work' to do, I've experienced unparalleled lightness of being.
What is consistent for me however, is that this breathing technique has immense healing powers. It takes me to places I have long since forgotten, relegated to parts of my subconscious mind to gather dust in some wee corner, allowing these dusty parts of my psyche to rule the show in the form of emotional, mental or physical triggers. I've managed to tame many of my triggers these days, to recognise them for what they are, illusions of conditioning, however, that taming has come about through a willingness to go there and persistently do the work.
I am passionately committed to breathwork; it's become crystal clear to me it's my life purpose and the representation of my soul medicine. The breathing part of my work I have called INSPIRE BREATH as I believe that true liberation comes not only in the physical act of INSPIRING, but in the space we create from healing our stories, freedom comes riding in, lightness finds its place, and we really do experience inspiration; the releasing of the chains that have bound us that allows us to return to our essence, our true nature as emissaries of love.
For all of my upcoming breathwork sessions and collaborations, please go to my what's on page. Inspire yourself!
I'm just back from the Liverpool TEDx talks yesterday and I'm inspired! Two men and one woman, ChauKei Ngai billed as a 'fierce yogini' in particular inspired me, well three men actually but one completely unrelated in some ways to this post, but who made me laugh so much I had to include the wonderful Mr Bingo! Actually Mr B isn't so unrelated in fact as he was evidently a living, breathing example of following your flow and your creative passions!
The two men I mainly mention here though were Dave Evans of Silicone Valley and Stanford's Life Design Lab, and Dan Cable, a professor at the London Business School, whose own story of sudden diagnosis of stage 4 lymphoma totally re-routed his life. These two men, in differing but similar ways, are both strong advocates of finding and following your passion in life, and for Dan, this crucial awakening led to him concluding that a 'seeking system' is an innate human trait that needs to be honoured in order for us to truly thrive. In fact, when ignored or squashed it can actually create physical illness, so what exactly is a 'seeking system' and why can it so negatively or positively impact us?
A seeking system is basically an inherent need for a human being to experience contrast, fulfilment and variety in life, a trait which leads us to 'seek out' new experiences and create change in order to fulfil that need. Of course we spend most of our adult lives and time in the workplace and so it makes sense that we need this variety and expression whilst there! I've always recognised and responded to a huge range of stimuli in my own life, I'm sure many of us have, and in fact it was in another TED talk on multi-potentialites that I first came to accept that perhaps it wasn't such a bad trait to have, this 'mistress of all trades' thing I had going on!
It's been a long time since I lived a life where I spent all of my weekdays dreaming about how I could escape the mundanities of work until the weekend, or the next holiday. According to statistics, 70% of people do not feel they can be their best at work, and this can actually have a physiological effect as well as a psychological one and here's how...
The Ventral Striatum is the part of the brain that seeks new things and experiences. It's also where our reward system lives with the delivery of dopamine, the neuro-transmitting chemical messenger that makes us feel alive and well. Without the stimulation of this part of the brain, there can be very real effects of our cellular health, and studies are now being done which highlight the fact that the regulators for immune function are inherently linked to this sense of wellbeing, so much so that without this stimulation and reward system, immunity begins to shut down. In other words, our resilience is directly affected by our engagement with life and what we do.
We need 3 things in order to really thrive:
1. Self Expression
2. Exploration and Experimentation
3. The Personalisation of Purpose.
And yet there has been what Dan and Dave might call a 'creative apartheid' in the work place for many, where those at the top, rather than seeking out employees strengths and pleasures and maximising on those, instead choose to create hierarchies where there is little to no chance of true creative fulfilment in their day to day experience of employment. The best indicator for survival and healthy longevity evident in one recent survey undertaken with over 7,000 participants, and then reviewed some 14 years later, was having a feeling of meaning and purpose in life.
In my work and life I have most definitely found this to be true! The more I'm living with variety, fulfilment and creative self expression, the more well I feel on all levels. How about you? Are you activating your seeking system or are you suppressing it? Do you recognise the link to your health and wellbeing with living a fulfilled life?
If you're not currently living with that, what small steps can you make to create change? Don't wait until you are ill, or dying before you choose life...start today!
CHANGE YOUR LIFE!
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