November 22, 2017

Where Do Our Dreams Fit In?

What do you Love? What fills you with joy and excitement? What makes you lose track of time? What makes you lose track of yourself? What makes your heart sing? We often find ourselves wondering how we arrived at this place and space in time, wondering who we are and where “we” went. We question where our dreams have gone […]
November 22, 2017

Know Your Own Brilliance

Ever noticed everybody else’s life is somehow superior to your own? Your friend from school has a job which pays more a month than you earn in a year, your cousin plays the piano to grade 8 after playing for a few months whilst you’ve been battling to perfect Fur Elise for decades. Maybe you’re envious of that beautiful lady […]
November 22, 2017

How To Stop Caring What People Think

I must admit that I cannot put my hand on my heart and say: “I do not care at all what people think of me”. If I told you that I am writing this post and I don’t give a ‘beep’ who likes it or what anyone thinks of me – I would be lying. Deep down, on some level […]
November 22, 2017

How To Get Better At Life By Way Of Self Reflection

Take a moment to sit back and think: “Am I really happy?” Honestly ask yourself the question. Think about whether or not you are truly happy with everything in your life. Many of us are unaware of the patterns that are really controlling us and we don’t take the time for self reflection. We don’t examine our own lives, we […]
November 22, 2017

The Silent Treatment

NOTE: This post was written in collaboration with my teacher who has passed away since we started it (or perhaps he is just ghosting me). His name was Michael Melville. He was a brilliant Jungian analyst and Dream Interpreter. Here is his blog. There is a common form of self-destruction and communication dysfunction which is well known as “The Silent Treatment”. It also […]
November 22, 2017

Why I Fail Repeatedly and Why You Should Too

All of my life I thought that failing was bad, embarrassing, something to be avoided at all costs. When I was a child I always strove for straight A’s in school.  I entered contests that I knew I would win (shout out to the fashion trend analysis competition I did for T.J. Maxx in high school).  I submitted poetry to […]
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