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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Hi . . . it must be time I checked in and told you about the next stage of my Irlens Journey. Well . . . I have my glasses now! And . . . they are amazing! When I … Continue reading
What is Irlen Syndrome? Irlen Syndrome is a specific type of perceptual problem that affects the way the brain processes visual information. It is not an optical problem. For those with Irlen Syndrome, the brain is unable to process full … Continue reading
This is my Irlens Syndrome Journey update. I had my second diagnostic yesterday which is really just a check that we had found the right lens in the first session. I still chose a particular grey but just a … Continue reading
Others may barely notice changes in temperature, intensity of atmosphere, the subtleties of light changing through the day and their feeling about every hue and shade of colour but we do!
Me and heat haven’t been the best of friends and yet heat equals emotional warmth and love. Considering that where there is light there is often heat, have I been mistakenly shutting out both? Is it time I let … Continue reading
Me and my son are highly sensitive and highly creative. We love colour but in the summer everything changes. We look at our paints and they seem to repel us. We look in our wardrobe and it seems to disturb … Continue reading
You have to ask yourself “What is too bright?” Am I too bright?