Hello and Welcome to February 2016, the year of the Chinese Lunar Fire Monkey and this does promise to be an insightful and eventful year for all!
I would like to start of by thanking everyone for their love and support of my online coaching and mediumship via Skype and FaceTime which has been a huge success thanks to all of you.
I love recieving your feedback and new ideas for my these sessions as well as for the website and newsletter, so please please keep the coming.
If this is your first time reading my newsletter then welcome!
As you may already know I've recently moved states and am now located in the wonderful city of Melbourne! The move itself,while easy was pretty stressful and of course madam Stacy took it upon herself to slip a disc in her back on the first day of our arrival! But Melbourne is amazing and I find that the life and energy of the city is strangely healing as well as inspiring,
So without futher adu, here are the 4 Little Things I've Learnt From 2015!
1. Things I've Learnt About Fear
Fear is a illusion that is created by the mind.
The mind creates fear as a protective measure by tapping into our past experiences as well as our thoughts and perceptions that we have acknowledged over the years. The mind creates fear as a protective measure which when we were cavemen we needed!
But more often than not fear can be destructive and not protective because the hold that fear has on us prevents us from stepping out of our comfort zones and trying new experiences.
Imagine a rollercoaster ride......the feeling of not being in control, the height, the speed.....yet the adrenaline rush that we experience afterwards is unexplainable and as you climb off at the end of the ride you are glad you went and had that frightening experience, probably like myself swearing that you will never do it again!
However in most cases the fear of the rollercoaster will stop you from getting on in the first place, and unfortunately you miss out on what could have been an exceptional experience.
We need to learn to push past our fears or they will hold us back from living.
So this year I dare you to go out and face all your fears tackling them one day at a time. Break them down into small ideas and then slowly and methodically challenge yourself to face them.
2. Things I've Learnt About Passion
Passion is created when our mind, body and soul merge together.
We thrive on our passions as they make us feel great when we have an opportunity to do what we are passionate about. A persons passion is what drives them to go out into the world and achieve exceptional things.
However when routine and obligations get in the way, we tend to focus on what needs to be done instead of what we love.
This year I urge you to remember to take time out of our day, even if it is just 5 minutes stolen from time that you don’t have to focus on what you love to do, on what your are passionate about (be that reading, swimming, writing, singing etc...) make the time for you.
A popular example of Passion is the author Jane Austin, Growing up she was obligated to do the things that most women in those times were required to do. But she loved to write and often did it in her spare time whenever she could, in a small room with a creeking door so she could hide her manuscripts away. Her passion for writing left a legacy that will be here long after we are not.
3. Things I've Learnt About Confidence
Confidence is like the waves in the ocean, it comes and it goes and it has highs and lows.
When our confidence is high we have a sense of importance and feel like we can take on the whole world.
However just as a pendulum swings side to side so too does our confidence and the lows are where we doubt every action we take, even if it’s just a simple act of drinking coffee. We question if we have the right cup, if we’re drinking it right or even if we have the right grip on the cup. We then start to think that there is something wrong with us for feeling this way, we self diagnose, self medicate and ultimately we become our own worst enemies.
We need to accept that Like day and night our confidence and our moods are interchangeable. We need to fully accept our personality, beliefs, actions and moods unconditionally as this cultivates self love. When we can accept who we are and not judge, the pendulum swing becomes weaker and our confidence becomes sustainable.
4. Things I've Learnt About Healing
No man is meant to be a mountain!
Each and every one of us on this earth requires some form of healing, be that via meditaion, mindfulness, reiki, reflexology, a walk on the beach or a cuddle with a little soul.
Nobody is perfect and all of us require a little bit of TLC, so please allow yourself the priveledge of putting yourself first and book that massage, go for that walk, try a reiki session, read that book and allow your souls a little bit of time out, relax and get in touch with your creative side. Find your roots and just allow every worry you have to wash by.
Thank You once again for reading my newsletter and for your love and support