Tag: personal

Strength and power doesn’t always roar

“Argh that’s enough” I exclaimed as I held my hands up in the stop symbol. I stood there in the middle of the room not saying a word after that. There had been yelling, blaming, retaliating happening. But as I stood there in my quiet power the anger dissipated. Most people in my presence will

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I don’t want to be your guru

I have never had a desire to be anyone’s guru. I have never had a desire to be the next (Insert well known leaders name here) I have only ever had the desire to be the truest, fullest expression of myself however that looks in each and every moment. I deeply believe that no one

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Lady of Leisure

I used to be referred to as a lady of leisure all the time. I used to laugh it off, but it would often be accompanied by feelings of guilt. Should I be enjoying living my life the way I am? Should I be happy that I get to do whatever I want, whenever I

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Thoughts before a Vow of Silence

I can already feel my ego freaking out. But what about this, you will miss this? And singing – how will you not be able to sing? You are going to struggle and probably quit so why even start? I could write so many more of the lovely thoughts that have visited since I announced

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Don’t forget where you started

This is my opinion – take it or leave it… The biggest problem in the world right now is people have forgotten where they came from. We forget that sharing the knowledge we have now, came with all our experiences in life and to get to where we are now we had to go through

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What is a life changing event?

If you know me personally you have probably heard me call almost every experience I have had life changing. That’s because I believe every experience is, otherwise what’s the point of having it? For me if I jump in to do something it’s because I know there is something deep in it for me. I

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The F off Mood of this week

Today on my coaching call I said “fuck off with your coaching.” “I’m tired of doing processes.” “I don’t want to be coached I just want to be heard.” And today I was heard. I cried. I laughed. I swore. I spoke. And in those moments of being heard, of having my boundary respected over

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