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A Clue to Empowerment: Who’s Got Who’s Remote Control?

By |Jan 24th, 2019|Articles|

“Ah, I’ve given my remote away again, haven’t I?” she realised, as we reached the crux of the [...]

How to not take things personally

By |Mar 22nd, 2017|Articles|

If you have heard others repeatedly say to you “stop taking things so personally” with a tone of exasperation and frustration, and heard yourself say “everybody is just against me, I can’t seem to do anything right” then it might be time to put down those victim-mentality glasses that taint the way you see the world. I’m guessing that you feel always under attack, like you are never good enough, that nobody ever listens to you, they are always challenging what you say, and you feel so alone in the world.

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The Secret to Resilience

By |Apr 29th, 2014|Articles|

Written by Telana Simpson “Life is difficult”. That’s the opening paragraph in the book “The Road Less Travelled” by M. Scott Peck. The second paragraph starts: “This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths. It is a great truth because once we truly see this truth, we transcend it. Once we truly know that life is difficult – once we truly understand and accept it – then life is no longer difficult. […]

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Addicted to Comfortableness

By |Mar 11th, 2014|Articles|

Written by Telana Simpson, inspired by Rob Nairn’s work Are you addicted to the right kind of comfortableness? As human beings we have the drive to learn and evolve. In order to grow spiritually or psychologically, inward development is needed and that involves being open to and getting in touch with our inner processes. I was listening to a lecture by Rob Nairn, a Western teacher of Tibetan Buddhism, about Projection and how it relates to our growth in life. He mentions that we need a degree of inner honesty and a growing self awareness to start this process. Telana diving with Andy, to face her fears and coming close to bass and sharks Being prepared to look at and face our inner activity and then to come to terms with it and integrate that activity, is all part of the process. Yet we find it so uncomfortable to do. […]

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Angie Mansour’s Testimonial

By |Nov 13th, 2013|Testimonials|

"It is about learning to set boundaries and hoping that the other person will respect them, also in [...]

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