The Three Principles

I tend to over-think…….

By Alison | July 10, 2019

This week has been all about overthinking! I write guest blog posts for a really cool new phone app called Daily Haloha. The app is a little moment of daily reflection where you are given a question to reflect on and answer. It’s then sent to someone on the other side of the world, then…

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Surrendering to the Principle of Mind

By Alison | June 24, 2019

So, this week I am getting my woo-woo out ;0) (otherwise translated as being openly spiritual!) In the last couple of newsletters we have been talking about the power of the Principle of Thought. This week we move to the Principle of Mind. The third of the Three Principles is the Principle of Consciousness which…

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You are as stuck as you think you are

By Alison | June 15, 2019

A lot of clients come to me because they are feeling stuck. There is a sense that they want change. They are dissatisfied with their relationship, their job, their life, feeling lack-lustre and as if the really ought to be more to life than the mundane 9-5 eat, sleep, repeat life. So, let’s examine the…

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Getting back to basics

By Alison | June 10, 2019

I was at the Three Principles Conference last week, and the most beautiful thing I took away from it was being reminded again just how simple and hopeful life is so I thought it would be useful this week to go back to basics. I understand that it might not look that simple to you…

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Jump off the emotional treadmill

By Alison | May 31, 2019

For this week’s topic I have something to talk to you about that may seem very challenging, especially if you are in the middle of a time in your life that you are not enjoying, and you wish was different- which mid-life transitions tend to be. Brene Brown refers to these times as mid-life unravelling.…

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The stone in her shoe

By Alison | February 17, 2018

Once upon a time there was a small child who got herself into a spot of bother. Through no fault of her own a situation occurred and during that event a small stone got stuck in her shoe. She hobbled around for a while, feeling it press into her as it rubbed her and created…

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Where the fuck did my mojo go?? And why I don’t need to save the world anymore!

By Alison | July 23, 2017

I have been sitting in front of my lap top for several hours over the course of the last few days now. I want to write. I love writing. I want to help people through my writing. But somehow, even though that thought fills my mind when I stare at the screen, the flow, the…

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“I hope I screw this up”

By Alison | June 16, 2017

You don’t HAVE any limitations- you are just addicted to them…… Our minds are great at coming up with reasons why we shouldn’t do something we want to do. My favourite always used to be- “You are not good enough” (I think that one was instilled in me several times throughout my childhood)(by me I…

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Boundaries and why you don’t need them

By Alison | January 22, 2017

Clients often say to me that they feel the need to set boundaries to stop someone taking advantage of them, so they can feel confident in saying a behaviour is not okay, to avoid the injustice of accusations and because it looks like being able to do that can create a feeling of inner confidence. Contained…

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On being your own worst enemy

By Alison | October 18, 2016

Have you ever heard the saying “You are your own worst enemy”? I am reading “The Intimate Enemy” by Guy Finley at the moment and it is this book that has prompted me to reflect on these words. Most people misguidedly interpret life as a series of events that are coming at us and when…

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