Style Biting & Insecurities.

Hello Peeps,

Over the past gazillion years 🙂 I have seen people bite at my style, copy & trying to fake it till you make it, people run with the assumption that its okay, as they were inspired or masking their fear, as well as the perspective that it can be afforded by me, even to my face, while dismissing what I do including that its not relevant as it can include a spirit aspect.  These are all misnomers.

What it did draw my attention to was that usually it comes from a fear base & insecurity.  Within this space are some statements that may be used to justify actions, for example ‘they’ can afford it, ‘they’ will not know or see it, I can put it down to flattery, on & on the list grows as it is used to mask and deny fear & insecurity.  The more you realise what your doing & continue to do it, the longer the list gets.  Adding to Karma, not taking away.

As fear & insecurity grow to panic, more decisions are pushed into this space, creating an equal response inside & outside of your body.  Leading to more of the same, over resolving the issue & moving into a more secure and love based future.

What we address here is our philosophy & beliefs on life & whether or not we are living up to them.

Are you walking your talk?

In light of this, I want to state publicly, that I have never found it flattering when people dissect my style & copy over using the inspiration to find & embrace their own unique beauty.

This is a major part of the purpose of the work I do.  To support & facilitate the journey into clearing fear, finding love, finding own style with cohesion & implementing.  It’s a totally different thing to what copiers will defend & justify their actions with.  I do understand the dichotomy of being in the fear seat & the constraints that may leave you feeling you have no other option, or it will be unnoticed.  This is not true, it is noticed.  I am living proof that it doesn’t have to be that way, one of the ‘tricks’ is giving true & direct recognition to who inspires you wanting to do & be better, to move forward, to grow, to be brave, to find courage, to be willing.  Hence I do the work I do & it includes the love of spirit.  As a Clairvoyant, spirit has been with me for a gazillion years 🙂 & I honour it, every day.

EVERY DAY.

My goal for inspiration is for you to find YOUR cohesive journey, having all of your life fulfill your purpose.  This is my purpose, this is the reason I have survived assault, bankruptcy, divorce, child birth, growth, love, loss, grief, being weird, deceit, betrayal & being a single parent, studying & the list goes on.

But please consider, if I can survive these, it is no ones place to diminish & then copy my style, it is also not going to yield the same results as these are cohesive to me.

All that shared, if you are wanting to grow & transition from a life of fear to one of love, to step into the life you dream and feel knowingly within is yours… Make your booking HERE.

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Finding Balance in 2019.

We all understand the benefits of having balance, however as we step into the current speed and relentless nature of overwhelm we find ourselves trying to cope with, trying not to feel numb or blanked out by, its imperative to remind yourself to actively engage with options that help our sustenance, sustainability and willingness.

Here are some of my tips for helping ourselves to make it through.  Just as we require activity, we also require rest and time to recompose.

  1.  Learn to recognise when you are overwhelmed, stop attempts to dismiss the truth of how you are feeling.
  2. Schedule time and space to recompose.  This may be booking the baby sitter, having a cup of tea outside, soaking in a bath or taking a walk in silence, listening to the sounds of the day.
  3. Reduce screen time, even if temporary.  It is recommended that every 90 minutes we step away from devices and screens.  Drink water, walk around the room, recompose.
  4. No feeling guilty, often we may have to recompose while others are ‘still at it’, drop this out of your mental landscape, it is okay to take the time you need as it is available.  You need it whether or not you have company.
  5. Give yourself what you actually need.  Be specific about what is actually going to help, guilt and stress free.  If you need sleep, allow it, need food, go grab some take away if your to tired to cook.  Bear in mind where your energy levels actually are.
  6. Be kind to yourself.  Often we are least compassionate with ourselves, this is your opportunity to put your emotional well being first, then you will be more able to allow and give towards others.  Even in the current climate.
  7. Make plans based on the time you do have available, if you have 5 minutes, breathing exercises are good,  15 minutes, a walk around the block, 30 minutes yoga.
  8. Include company if the person recharges you, gets you laughing, allows you to be and feel relaxed.
  9. Be still, this can look like a pyjama day, lazy breakfast, not doing the washing up, stepping out of home chores, letting a friend or family member or colleague help.
  10.  Be sure to make it happen, don’t let the busi-ness of work and life change your plans.  Keep your health in mind as your first wealth.

Understand that you are always your best version of self when looking after yourself, even when its crazy busy.

GOMA – Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art.

After spending an afternoon wandering through the Triennial at GOMA this year, I was moved by the dedication, execution and peaceful nature of the art, particularly when you consider that some of the topics were not comfortable ones.  To those who question why Art is important, I say Pshaw!

Below are some of the pic’s I was able to take.  Enjoy.

 

Honestly it was the themes that got me, part of me wants to keep it silent, internalised… and then the questions start. How did we get ourselves here? Why are we treating each other the way we do, so many questions. With the access we have, to these art works, it is so in our face, that it reminds us of the undeniable truth, it is possible to focus for results in dedication, complex critical awareness and love. Each piece was so unusual in explaining the story, that it was palpable, calling out of me a feeling of what had been witnessed. What we are all witnessing. These pieces are enlightened, sophisticated and really beauty in motion. Just let it wash over you. R.

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