It is important to raise awareness of women’s power in an area which makes women unique. Although an estimated 800 million women are menstruating as you read this, periods can be associated with silence and shame. Thankfully, there are many efforts to change this – from outlawing menstrual seclusion to a campaign to introduce a period emoji. What do you think?
Last summer, Nepal criminalised the practice of sending women into exile while having their periods. However, it will sadly continue to be a battle to deter this centuries-old custom in remote areas of Nepal. Chaupadi … Read the rest
Let me share some of the feedback I have received for my Life Retuning treatment. Not only can it reduce stress and anxiety, it can lift depression, neutralise old hurts and long-held emotions, and change your whole outlook on life for the positive
Stress and anxiety diminished
‘While suffering from a recurrent episode of anxiety and depression I was introduced to Life Retuning by Lis Horwich. I had little knowledge of this process but, unwilling to embark on another round of medication, I was curious to experience it. As a non-talking, non-invasive therapy the practitioner gently investigates to identify the … Read the rest
We do not need to study philosophy but comprehend basic quantum physics to understand how important and powerful our own thoughts really are. Albert Einstein made the connection between mind and energy very clear in several famous quotefrom him.
He was trying to make us understand that by matching the frequency of the reality you want, you work in harmony with the Universal Laws and you can create the life you wish. The Mind Power is physical reality made up of vibrational energy. Our thoughts, too, are vibrations of energy. This is the obvious reality that quantum physics reveals to … Read the rest
“Gratitude is good medicine”, says Robert Emmons, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Davis. Studies show that practising gratitude can be used to help lower blood pressure, stop smoking and reduce stress.
An attitude of gratitude has many further benefits:
Gratitude empowers you. Kristi Nelson, Executive Director of gratefulness.org. recommends keeping connected to gratefulness as a source of activism.
Helps fight addiction: gratitude helps you positively reframe not just the present, but also the past and the future.
Helps social media blues: in our consumer culture, we are driven to see what we do not have via