At last I have found suitable new premises to provide a more comfortable counselling space. Parking available and convenient for Wellington town centre.
- Eat cleanly
- Get your body moving
- Drink plenty of water
- Add Juice Plus+ to your daily health regime
..this whole world, civilisation as we know it, exists because of our emotions? This may have occurred to thinkers and philosophers before, but this morning it’s an original thought for me.
Probably most people I meet are able to trace their emotions to significant life-events and difficulties. That’s why they are in distress and why they come to see me.
Sometimes though, people are unable to trace the source of their problems; they have a vague unease, or feelings have built up over time. They seem out of proportion to what has happened and it is their individual response that they are struggling with. Phobias; so-called irrational fears are an example. The fear is often attached to a different event than the cause, or because there is no known cause, becomes attached to something.
What I’m wondering now is whether over time, people have created things to explain their feelings; something to attach them to. Literature, for example - authors often have to write. Similarly Art; painters must paint.
Our wonderful brains may have created diverse ways of expressing our emotions and starting with cave paintings got rather carried away!
|—||Richelle E. Goodrich (via thatkindofwoman)|
Perhaps The Law of Unintended Consequences should be taught in schools? It may be a rude awakening for some as they realise their own part in the theory, but better that than growing up in the unreal, fantasised world many adults seem to want to foist upon them.
In the same way that children in other countries must learn which spiders and snakes are poisonous, young people experimenting with their sexuality will play ‘doctors and nurses’ amongst friends and recognise the perverts who try to join in the game.
Does Boiling or Baking Vegetables Destroy Their Vitamins?
results may surprise you
I had this wonderful breakfast yesterday; it set me up for the day - I didn’t feel hungry until 2pm.
Enjoy the mellow fruitfulness of autumn with this delicious and nutritious rich smoothie:
- plums poached with a little dark brown sugar & cinnamon
- add enough strained kefir (or live yoghurt) to make 300ml
- + a generous scoop of Complete vanilla shake
- blitz in a liquidizer
Relax and savour the awesome taste while allowing yourself to feel smug as it’s so healthy. This would make a wonderful dessert for 4 people, though you don’t have to share…. x
Met this great guy yesterday and can’t wait to see the film. He gave the most inspiring talk about how he coped with the mental and physical challenges needed to achieve 4 x ultra-marathons in a 38 week period. At the time he was just the 3rd man on the planet to have done this, and the oldest at 56. Also he has never sustained an injury and credits the nutrients in JuicePlus+ and Complete with ensuring he is not just fit but healthy; fuelling for recovery not performance. His next project is running a marathon bare-footed; can’t wait to hear about it.
Keith Kendrick makes his double-household sound so natural and achievable; it’s the opposite of the war-torn homes so many children seem to live in. He should be available on prescription.