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‘No man is an island’. The English poet John Donne was born way back in 1572; if we can forgive his lack of gender-inclusive language, we can surely get the universality and timelessness of his perception.
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It’s a rookie relationship mistake trying to please others, and yet so many of us have fallen into that trap! We are taught to conform, even though it no longer serves us the way it used to. Here are some ways to reframe our attraction patterning.
Stargazer – astrology for April 2022. Stella Woods writes on the headline event of 2022 – the Jupiter-Neptune conjunction in Pisces – envisage the impossible!
Romantic connections have an amazing knack of showing us where we are at, and shining a light on what blocks us from experiencing deep love. One moment we’re loving wholeheartedly, and the next moment we sabotage ourselves through toxic behaviour patterns! Why does this happen?
Connection is, and has always been, important. And yet it is something that most of us could do with up-skilling!
How coping with the lockdown started a new business, re-ignited a creative passion, and cured anxiety.
It may sound counter-intuitive but the key to thriving is struggle. So, if you have really struggled in lockdown this is your opportunity – grab it with everything you have!
Earlier this year, the world entered unchar ted waters when a coronavirus outbreak turned into a global pandemic. This placed the citizens of most industrialised countries in an unprecedented position, with home lockdowns, social distancing, and unfolding economic impacts whose ramifications are starting to emerge. The virus is affecting nearly everything, to a greater or lesser degree, including how environmental issues can be tackled.
Have you had a healthy relationship with your pleasure lately? How can we use sensual pleasure to become more resilient?
Seeking strength through adversity, and adapting to change, Craig finds a way to prosper – and discovers a brand new passion along the way.
Making meaning helps us endure and recover from traumatic experiences, and could help you thrive beyond COVID-19 by Larissa Wright