Tag: Love

The Sidhe: Wisdom from the Celtic Otherworld

“We believe this is what makes you fearful of the states you call past and future, and makes you reluctant to see the present with clear sight.  Invite both the past and future into the present, so that all would become a seamless web.… Continue Reading “The Sidhe: Wisdom from the Celtic Otherworld”

Free your Inner Child

According to Eric Berne’s and his Transactional Analysis (TA) Theory we have 3 parts of us: Parent, Adult and Child Ego State and all have thoughts, feelings and behaviours to help identify which is at the forefront and in charge. We switch between ego… Continue Reading “Free your Inner Child”

The Experience of Sadness

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Almost a year ago my niece whom I had fostered for five years, looked up at the window that I was looking out of, as she ran away for the third and final time. Social services, as I knew they would, ended our placement… Continue Reading “The Experience of Sadness”

Great Expectations

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When I first heard fictional character Carrie Bradshaw say ‘I’m looking for love. Real Love. Ridiculous. Inconvenient. Consuming. Can’t-live-without-each-other love’. I recall it resonated with me as that’s what I have been looking for. My whole life. Until recently this ideal had never been… Continue Reading “Great Expectations”

Messages of Hope

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“No tree it is said can grow to heaven, unless its roots reach down to hell” – C.G. Jung

Walking Down the Line

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The last day of the year tends to always find me reflective and perhaps a bit melancholy – this year is certainly no different.  To me this picture captures it all without words. It was taken by a friend who I met a couple… Continue Reading “Walking Down the Line”

Advice to my younger self

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This month has mainly consisted of a lot of self care, healing and discovery. One exercise that got me thinking was drawing a time line from birth to 2016 and writing down significant things that happened – good or bad. That wasn’t really the part that… Continue Reading “Advice to my younger self”

Goodbyes and Endings

We were asked to explore Beginnings, Middles and Endings in counselling recently. Beginnings can be a little bit nerve wracking as we establish a new relationship, the Middles all about developing the relationship and the Endings are often a little sad as we say Goodbye… Continue Reading “Goodbyes and Endings”