The Cinderella Syndrome

By Ann: This complex disorder or syndrome refers to women’s fear of being independent and wanting to be taken care of which has been named after the fairy tale story of Cinderella. Women were often taught from a young age that they should get married and have children and not work. Times have changed a read more…

Attracting An Abundance Of Good Things

By Liz: How do you attract abundance of good things? and how will you avoid attracting the bad? When we think about abundance we tend to think of money and property. It is easy to measure our sense of worth – our perceived sense of worth, by standing ourselves up against others. But looking at read more…

Why Being Broken Is Okay – Kintsugi

By Rani: Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold or similar material, highlighting the cracks instead of disguising them. A long time ago, the Japanese practice of Kintsugi began. In ancient Japan, vases and cups were very popular and they made them in great beauty, read more…

The Creative Power Of The Vision Board

By Danielle: Are you familiar with the creative power of the vision board? If you haven’t made one, are you wondering how to? Worry not! You are in the right place. Vision boards are an excellent way to make the most of the law of attraction, and they can help you in many ways. Let’s read more…

Trusting Your Intuition

By Bridgette: Intuition is a reflection of accumulative experiences. The entire diversity of subjective manifestation with your psychology includes such a specific as intuition. Feeling how a situation might happen, which often results in making spontaneous decisions in life, meaning you do something quite consciously, but without thinking about the reasons for your choice and read more…

Finding Your Voice

By Audrey: Many of us feel unheard, unappreciated and unloved in our personal and professional lives. Our day to day grind combined with not being able to express ourselves can make us feel stuck and unable to further our personal growth. This can be addressed by first looking at the bigger picture of our lives, read more…

How To Forgive

By Rani: First, we need to understand what forgiving someone entitles. You will need to have the motivation to move on from a situation that did not serve your purpose. In order to do this, you will need to decide if you are ready to forgive this person for the situation they caused. Keep in read more…

Peter Pan Syndrome

By Ann: This refers to someone who doesn’t want to grow up and is emotionally stunted and stuck in a childhood mentality and unable to accept adult responsibilities. Usually referring to men who never grow up, but it can refer to women also. They find it hard to communicate their feelings and act aloof and read more…

The Fine Lines of Self-Prioritization

By Anntionet: Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are smack in the middle of Spring. A time of renewal, new beginnings, and growth. We walk around and see colorful flowers exploding with fragrance and birds screaming out their songs in appeal to their mate. It is a busy time of year when people begin spending read more…

What’s Going On?

By Sarah: So many of us are experiencing difficult times at the moment. Our relationships are going haywire, jobs are experiencing retrenchment, Russia and Ukraine are at war, the pandemic is heating up again. All of this is being narrated on global media networks with the Amber Heard and  Johnny Depp trial. So what’s going read more…