All posts by: letitgo

How does the whole concept of the inner child existing within you resonate?    Does this child really exist? Or is it simply a psychological term attempting to explain why many adults exhibit childhood behaviour or suffer from mental illness,...
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Bon Camino or Good Path    Whilst looking for a document in the loft, I accidently knocked over a box which contained all the information relating to the Camino De Santiago known as the pilgrim walk.    El Camino De...
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This week I’ve been nominated by a friend to post a favourite book on Facebook saying why I chose the book before nominating 7 other friends to join in.     The Choice is story of a holocaust survivor who...
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One of the things that I will associate with lockdown is the gift of gratitude. I have become so much more aware of the little everyday blessings that I take for granted.    Each night before I go to sleep...
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I am so grateful that we live in an age where it is possible to speak and see each other through social media especially during lockdown. Zoom is my personal favourite and the fact that it is free for the...
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Have you come across the term grounding?  It is a term I previously associated with keeping myself centered especially when working with therapies such as Reiki. Grounding also means that you are present in your body and connected with the...
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Just the thought of visiting a garden centre made me feel excited after only making essential car rides to the local shops during lockdown. However, once  we arrived at the garden centre we joined the end of a queue of at...
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  I have a great respect for crystals and relate to them in many ways. There are crystals in almost every room of my home as I really believe that they can generate healing vibrations in the body and create...
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Due to lock down I’ve been able to spend more time out of doors and discover the incredible beauty of nature, something that I feel in the past I have taken for granted.  On my morning walks with my dog,...
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Lock down is a challenge for everyone but it’s more intense for those who find they have more time on their hands, which results in being irritable if they cannot find things to do to occupy their time. These people...
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