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The Power of You by Susan Saloom

What do most of us do in times of crisis and need?  We tend to look outside of ourselves don't we - to God or something outwith & separate from ourselves as individuals.  We may even feel the need to go to a sacred place in order for our request to carry more weight! This is largely learned behaviour;  we pray to something but perhaps we should be praying with something..... and maybe we can do that right here & now where we're standing....

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Mindful Spring Cleanup by Susan Saloom

Most of us find it hard to let go of stuff don't we - I'm getting better at it though!  I love taking stuff down to the charity shop because I know someone will put whatever it is to better use.  And there's another angle to letting go of clutter, which I really benefit from and so can you - it allows more energy to flow freely around you, making way for new things to flow to you . Having a cluttered living or working space is a definite no no, it's self sabotaging....

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Loving Yourself - Why is it so Hard? by Susan Saloom

Loving and caring for yourself is not selfish behaviour, it's essential behaviour.  So why do we tend to beat ourselves up with thoughts like:  I'm too fat, too thin, too unattractive, not clever enough, not confident enough, I don't have time for myself,  and so on....  We may also put others first long before we'll do anything for ourselves.  That's unsustainable in the longrun.  Strangely, many healers do this, hence the adage 'healer heal thyself'.   So why do we think & behave like this and what can we do about it?

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EFT 'Tapping for Kids' by Susan Saloom

It's never to soon to teach kids creative practices like meditation, visualisation & Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique).   It can really boost their confidence and help them to be happier & healthier. .. 

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Are Your Thoughts Making You Sick? by Susan Saloom

Our thoughts & emotions create our future reality and it's not always obvious but to give an example of this in it's negative form; a period of unhappiness or a shock event can occur and sometime later we find we get the flu or perhaps sink into a depression, or worse.  There is often a time delay and we tend not to relate the illness back to the event.   So how does this happen?

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