All posts tagged: self love

The Nature of Self-Belief

The Oxford English dictionary defines “belief or believing” as: “Acceptance/accepting that (something) is true, especially without proof. ” It’s this last bit that we find the most fascinating because it explicitly says that *proof* on which so much of our society and lives is structured ISN’T part of the deal. All that is actually required is a sense of TRUST that something is true. So many people refuse to believe in anything or anyone without proof, perhaps at times that is prudent, but it also keeps what is legitimately allowed in the realms of what is considered real/true limited because lets face it, as human beings our understanding is limited; we don’t even fully comprehend how our own brains or our own consciousness works! What we’re really getting at is that perhaps proof is over-rated and maybe TRUST is what we might do better to focus on. In our own experience, trust comes from a deep sense of being connected to our inner world and essence, because this cultivates a deep knowingness which, although intangible …

Understanding is Power

Sometimes, the world revealed to us through the filter of main stream media can appear to be filled with nothing but tragedy, pain and heartache. Under persistent bombardment of these vibrations it can be easy to ask yourself “what’s the point?….what’s the point of even trying to change things when all the odds seem so hugely stacked against us?“. If you’ve felt or are feeling this way then you’re not alone and moments of despair and hopelessness are very much a part of the human condition, BUT if you find yourself feeling this way, it’s worth considering this: what is reported on main stream media is not a true reflection of all that is happening in our world.  Knowledge is power and understanding how dramatic (particularly negative) events wield the power to ensnare our brains is something that we personally feel we should all be aware of. There’s a reason that tragedy and negative news sells papers, because to a large extent evolution has wired our brains to pay more attention to dramatic, often negative news than the alternative …

Vibrational Support – Crystals

So many of us love crystals, we are drawn to them for their beauty, but how do they support us beyond being aesthetically pleasing? Crystals are often millennia old, having been formed via the slow cooling of liquid rock (magma) in Earth’s formative years . As a result, crystals are one of the most harmoniously structured materials in nature, because they have the lowest amount of structural disorder (entropy). For this reason crystals are widely used in watches and electronic devices, as the crystal lattice structure provides stability and regularity of flow of electromagnetic energy moving through it. The consistent lattice structure of crystals also mean that the vibrational frequencies they emit are very stable/consistent and any dissonant (inharmonious) energy interacting with these vibrational frequencies are transformed back in to harmonious vibrations. Different crystals emit different vibrational frequencies, each of which is inherently harmonious and balanced. We can therefore think of Crystals as a sort of library of vibrational records which can assist our own multi-layered human bodies (crystalline bodies) to come back into vibrational balance. What do we mean by crystalline bodies? “The human body, …

Friendship

Friend comes from the old English word “freond” meaning *to love*. Similarly the German word “Freundin”, the Dutch word “Vriend”, the French word “Ami”, the Spanish word “Amigo” and Italian word “Amico”, all mean *to love*, so that little word “friend” is synonymous with love. We often think of our relationship with others when we think of *friendship* (I know we do) but can forget that the most intimate relationship we are in is with ourselves. It’s so easy to have one rule for how we treat our friends/loved ones and another for how we treat ourselves. How often do we treat ourselves in ways we would never dream of treating someone we love? Maybe we can re-frame/re-label that concept of “I/me” as *my best friend*, shifting our perspective of ourselves towards that of someone to love, someone deserving of love just as we would our dearest of friends? “You are reminded to treat yourself with compassion, kindness, love and respect, as you would your dearest of friends. You are supported to be mindful of how you speak of and to …

Soul Medicine for Heart Centred Living

Heart Centred Living is about manifesting the life you desire by living life from your heart space which is the part of us that is connected to Source. We all have an open channel to Source (if we tune in) to consciously communicate what we wish to manifest in our lives by matching our energetic vibration to the vibration of what we desire. One of the main challenges for us (and likely many others) in manifesting what we wish to experience, is that it’s so easy for the daily *must do’s*  and *distractions* of life to dominate our minds and emotions and leave us in our head space rather than our heart space. Because of this, we wanted to create a soul medicine tool to use daily, which would help bring us back to our heart space because we believe changing the world outside of ourselves begins with changing the world inside of ourselves. The Soul Medicine for Heart Centred Living Affirmation: We created a simple, yet powerful, affirmation around which we could build a simple daily ritual to help us start each day from a …