Posts Tagged ‘Post traumatic growth’

How To Steady Yourself With Mindfulness

The practice of steadying ourselves and our awareness is so we can create a buffer of perception between the events in our lives, and our responses to them. This allows us to learn they are ever-flowing and ever-changing. This can be a huge insight to many people. The knowledge that ‘this, too, shall pass’ is…

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The Battleground Inside Our Mind

Deep down we know it’s okay to… Say “no” Speak up Tell the truth Believe and express differently Change our mind Prioritise our own needs Learn and grow from our mistakes Embrace our imperfections Cut ourselves some slack Forgive and seek forgiveness Begin again, wiser and stronger than before Yet, when life gets stressful and…

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Post Traumatic Growth

Here’s an idea that’s had a big impact in my life. It could make a difference to yours too. It’s something I learned from founder thought-leader of the International Agape Spiritual Centre, Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith. And it’s called Kensho and Satori. Hi I’m Josie Thomson. I’m a mindset, resilience and change leadership expert. I’m…

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Post Traumatic Growth

My experience of the past two months leads me to write about a tough subject we’d rather avoid. Trauma such as the loss of a loved one or the diagnosis of serious illness can test us to our very limits – trust me, I know this first hand as I’m certain many of you do…

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