IN SHORT: No matter what our life is like, we all need to watch for signs we’re running low on fuel, and take steps to recharge. But first of all we need to know what we’re watching for…!
“Real difficulties can be overcome,
it is only the imaginary ones that are unconquerable.”
[Theodore N. Vail, 19th/20th century US Telephone Industrialist]
(1181 words, approx. 6-10 mins to read)
Have you ever, like my unfortunate self a few days ago, experienced the frustration of going to make a much-needed cuppa and found the cupboard totally bereft of tea bags..?
Or maybe you’ve faced the predicament of running out of toilet paper at a crucial moment (!) and found that there were no more rolls in the house bathroom..? …read the rest… »
Reserve space in your diaries for 12:30 – 1:30pm on Tuesday 11th May – we have the second of our “Taste of Hypnosis” events!
This time we’re being hosted by Merseyside Play Action Council at their offices in Bridport Street, Liverpool (click here for a map). It’s within a hundred yards or so of Lime Street station, 1/2-mile from Queen’s Square and there’s parking nearby too.
All we’re asking is a £5 donation to our hosts, in return for what I’ve promised everyone who attends in our flyer here – A Taste of Hypnosis – MPAC.
To book your place, you can either email firstname.lastname@example.org, call or text on 07730 651618 or register on Facebook here if you’re definitely coming.
I was out running on Saturday, feeling quite smug with myself at about the 6 mile point of a 9 mile route, when I spotted an old man up ahead. I’m assuming he was old – he appeared to be in his late 70s at a guess – and very frail as he was walking with one of those zimmer frames with wheels on, …read the rest… »
IN SHORT: Losses, great and small, bring grief that if denied will lock us into limbo between past and future; we need to allow ourselves to accept the loss and grieve before we can move on to whatever life has in store next.
“You can clutch the past so tightly to your chest that it leaves your arms too full to embrace the present.”
“There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are messengers of overwhelming grief… and unspeakable love.”
[Washington Irving, 18/19th century American writer & author]
(1069 words: approx. 6-10 mins to read)
Roughly a year ago a good friend of ours told us …read the rest… »
Many of you already know that 2010 is the official ‘Year of Health and Wellbeing’ in Liverpool, with businesses, organisations and individuals taking extra steps to help their employees, contacts, customers and clients and themselves make sure they get to Christmas 2010 in better shape than they started.
And I want to do my bit too. So here’s how I’m going to start the ball rolling! …read the rest… »