The Barbie Movie and ‘parts work’

Welcome to your Monday Motivation post. In the Embodied Wellbeing newsletter, there’s more on how Weird Barbie can inspire us around neurodivergence and trauma recovery And yesterdays’ Personal Peace newsletter has journal prompts (and for Extra Embodied subscribers, an oracle card reading and Yoga Nidra) to help you embrace your…

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Are you able to care for that vulnerable, needy part of yourself?

This week, we’re doing more shadow work, connecting with our inner emotionally snotty selves. I know. Almost scarier than connecting with that higher, wiser more miraculous self but just as potent… Lizzo has been such an amazing role model for me – listening to that phenomenal voice, her lyrics, her…

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Do You Compare Yourself to Others?

This can be a bad thing AND a good thing. Some of my self care advice was featured in the new Stellar magazine and this post goes into more detail to help you use this very human habit to your advantage. With social media and so much traditional media, it’s…

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How to Wallow Well: Seven Self Care Ideas

This blog post is NOT to put any pressure on you. There’s no ‘right’ way to wallow You wallow however you WANT to wallow. But because there’s so much going on every day, it’s beneficial – for our mental health as well as our overall wellbeing – to wallow and…

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How Can You Bring More Light Into these Polarised Times?

What can you do to be as peaceful as possible a presence on and for the planet? I don’t know about you but while I love the idea of being all love and light, in reality (being human and all), I feel all the feelings. And now, more than ever,…

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Feeling Lonely in Lockdown?

If so, it’s NORMAL. In Ireland, we have six weeks in Level 5 so while I won’t be missing my 45th birthday (wherever I go – or in this case, stay – there I am), I won’t be celebrating as hoped. Still, we get to exercise within 5km of our…

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Wellbeing Wednesday: Why DON’T you want what you want?

I remember reading Debbie Ford’s wonderful The Dark Side of the Light Chasers many many years ago (click HERE). When I went on to train as a psychosynthesis counsellor (HERE), we did a lot of work with ‘subpersonalities’ and I recognised a lot of the parallels with Ford’s work. Jung…

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