Monthly Archives: October 2012

are you a slug or a snail ?

We all carry around us an invisible protective shell – some use it like armour protecting them from hurt and shielding them from feeling vulnerable – some are so vulnerable they have a weakened shell or none at all offering … Continue reading

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unslump your slump : )

Have you ever noticed on those down, gloomy, yucky, frowny days, your body follows the mind. Look in the mirror and smile – can you feel yourself rise from within, can you see the sparkle returning, your posture re-alligning. How … Continue reading

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my beautiful butterfly wings brought me here : )

my beautiful butterfly wings brought me here : ).

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my beautiful butterfly wings brought me here : )

When the fully-grown adult butterfly emerges from its pupa, its delicate wings are all crinkled and wet. The butterfly then hangs upside-down and has to pump blood into the wings to inflate them. It must then wait for the wings … Continue reading

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crossed over paths

As the figure ahead walked toward me I recognised myself – not MY self but a self like me. She didn’t stand so straight, she didn’t have a happy skip in her step and she looked down not up, but … Continue reading

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Brain tracks

Imagine your brain is a rail network with each track being a thought or memory. Now imagine taking the same train down the same track even though its destination is a negative thought/memory or trigger or traumatic flashback – that’s … Continue reading

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me heads a shed : )

Well, I have to admit my head is so full of junk it is a bit of a shed and it needs a clear out. I am always looking for new skills, coping strategies to keep me positive and to … Continue reading

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