Hi. Welcome to my blog. As a creative relational hypnotherapist I help you open to your vulnerability. We need to be vulnerable to heal and to have satisfying relationships with ourselves and others. We need to be vulnerable to admit our needs. Meeting our needs and allowing others to meet them is what tanks us up and makes us feel better. We feel more satisfied and fulfilled and we feel able to give from a full heart rather than an empty one.
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We all react in different ways to our life experiences and these reactions become habitual. For example providing that as a child we have experienced comfort when we have been frightened, as an adult we will naturally self-comfort or ask … Continue reading
Originally posted on Creative Relational Hypnotherapy:
I sometimes feel like one of those Mums who thinks they know best for their child and pushes them into a particular direction. Or . . . do I know best for my child…
Hi, I have been calling myself highly sensitive for several years but as from this summer, no longer use this term to describe myself. I am discovering that at the bottom of a lot of problems, insecurities and symptoms I … Continue reading
Connection feels like a warm embrace. You feel able to breathe, digest, give and receive, create, speak your truth, ask for your needs and most of all – be yourself and know your place in the world. What causes us … Continue reading
The most powerful people are those who are forced to let go, not those who manage to hold on!
Never mind mindfulness and meditation. Just teach your child their needs and the rest will fall in to place!
Carve time and space into your day to stop and ponder. Allow yourself to trundle into your right brain sometimes. Listen to your inner voice and trust your gut and intuition. See the world through your inner eyes often. Look … Continue reading
Have you ever had a situation where you have gone through something traumatic and your child seems to have ‘picked up’ your feelings . Maybe after the event you notice a change in their behaviour or they seem fatigued or … Continue reading
My 8 year old son saw this and said “If that tulip opens up any more it’s going to die!” Sometimes choosing to be vulnerable feels like that!