Mood Management

Do I give these invitations to mood to come and visit? 1. Making comparisons 2. Expectations 3. Environmental influences: the weather 4. Extreme situations, like 9/11, 7/7 5. Tending not to face the self or the problems 6. And worst of all, indifference – there are no feelings in your heart anymore. Moods paralyse your Continue reading »

Unruffled, The Art of Staying Calm

The art of staying calm is actually the art of thinking. Do you know what you are thinking? It’s about how you see yourself. When you know your qualities, you stay calm. How can we stay so calm that we can stay honest as well, that is you are the same on the inside and Continue reading »

Acceptance of What is – Love What Is

Acceptance is a free choice, it gives you a sense of freedom and brings you closer to the truth. There are 3 aspects of acceptance: self-acceptance, acceptance of others and accepting the unacceptable. Self-Acceptance {no-one will accept you if you don’t first accept yourself.} 1. Make friends with yourself. Obstacle – we identify ourselves with Continue reading »

How Do I Love Me?

A. What stops me from loving myself? The first thing that stops us from loving ourselves is self-rejection. Check: How often do I reject myself? Every time I reject myself I prevent myself from taking action and growing, for this I need to acknowledge and accept myself first. B. What is self love based on? Continue reading »

Beating Anger

Anger is a form of violence. It is a negative energy. We are actually positive and powerful beings and anger is the enemy of our natural state. When there is conflict within me, the signal is pain. It is telling me that there’s something that needs to be resolved physically, mentally, emotionally or spiritually. I Continue reading »

7 Secret Formulae for Peace Full Living

True happiness is to be content wherever I am, whatever I am doing and whatever is happening. 1. Event + Response = Outcome What do I want the outcome to be? Then I can choose the response to the event to attain that outcome. 2. Involvement + Ownership = Commitment When I involve others in Continue reading »

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