Last week, my 5 year old daughter was having a little trouble with one of the big kids at school. She had teased her about a coldsore on her lip, as if kids don’t have enough to worry about, Sienna has unfortunately inherited my dodgey DNA when it comes to coldsores (seriously can someone please find a cure?), I digress. I asked her if she had made sure that this kid was feeling ok, sometimes
As a qualified hypnotherapist, I’m fascinated by neuroscience and the brain. I’m capable of getting people to quit smoking, lose weight, and have happy and empowered births and I rather enjoy understanding the ‘how’ so I can continue to refine this wonderful skill. I’ve recently started studying a diploma of neuropsychology and I read New Scientist every week and neuroscience journals daily. Yeah I like the brain. Have you ever suddenly realised you were in
Curiosity is time consuming and can be really bothersome. I feel like sometimes when you get curious, you are rewarded with more lines of enquiry, more work, more conversation, more research, more connections, more discovery, more self limiting beliefs… rather than more wonder. This isn’t always welcome! When we are walking around in a state of overwhelm – the last thing we want is more to do, more to process, more to understand and comprehend.
“Don’t be so selfish!”, “That was SELFISH…”, “I can’t believe how selfish she is”… None of us want to be considered Selfish. With synonyms like “egocentric, egotistical, inconsiderate, tactless, unkind” it is no wonder! I believe SELFISH is the biggest hurdle to SELF LOVE out there and we all need to shift from a scarcity to an abundance mindset and take a little time to consciously be more considerate of others. (that is basically what this entire post
10 years ago, I embarked on a self development journey that not only changed my MIND it changed my LIFE. Before we understood neuroplasticity or the power of mindset, I started neurohacking… it started to help me with stress and anxiety – but where it led me was a world of wonder. If you’ve ever thought you were not good enough. Lacked the self belief to back your decisions in work or in life. Or,