You and your loved ones deserve the best health you can have. You deserve to be vibrantly healthy. We all do. And being responsible for our own health is an act of profound self-love. So let’s change the conversation. Let’s stop being victims of cancer. Instead, let’s focus on ensuring the best possible health for us all. Let’s be responsible for our own health.
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Are you so busy "DOING" that your health is suffering?
Shifting from DOING to BEING can change everything. BEING transformed my state of mind and my health. It can transform yours too. Let me show you how to be. Just be.
10 FEBRUARY 2016 – LEARN MINDFULNESS-BASED STILLNESS MEDITATION OVER 8 WEEKS.
Do you want to stop DOING so much and just be? Do you want to be more present and aware. Do you want to react less and respond more? Do you want more confidence and a greater sense of clarity?
Meet Kerri Chinner of Inner Essence, another luminous soul I’ve encountered along the way. We chatted about trauma being the gateway to grace, the wounded healer, [radical] forgiveness, the holy work of the Hoffman Process, cancer and dying. And even managed to have a really good laugh along the way.
Being healthy can begin with just one conversation. Let’s talk about your key health goals and how you can work with me one on one to get you started on the journey to BEING your best and most vibrant you! Have your own coach to help you set goals, be accountable and create a new healthy mindset .
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It’s just so much easier to be plant-based and healthy in Melbourne these days. There has been a huge shift since I was first inspired to radically change my diet nearly three years ago. More and more people are realising that diet has a huge role to play, both in prevention and cure. We are what we eat. And so here are my favourite 5 plant-based and healthy places to eat … and more.
Bringing the practice of meditation into our lives begins with being like the Buddha. Or at least aspiring to being like the Buddha – still, undistracted by physical sensations and emotions. Just allowing whatever arises to pass away in its own time. And if we absolutely have to move, then we try to do so while maintaining that centre of stillness, that equipoise of the Buddha.
You have been told that you have a life-threatening illness. That would make anyone shaky. You might find yourself behaving in ways you regret. You might speak harshly to loved ones. You might laugh inappropriately at situations you once would have considered serious. It’s all okay. You are okay. This is the post I wish I’d found.