Today on World Mental Health Day I visited the Tate Britain Museum in London and I was finally able to behold one of my favourite paintings of all time: John Millais’ Ophelia.
I used to believe love was enough, I used to believe that if someone loved you then it would work out. That if someone loved you and you loved them it would all be alright, that you would be able to overcome anything. I recently realised this is not true because love is not enough..
Siempre me ha gustado estar sola, la soledad era mi refugio. Ella me ayudaba a respirar, a relajarme, a escapar, a recargar mi energía… Nunca pensé que la soledad podría convertirse un día en mi prisión.
Ahora sé que estar sola por elección es muy diferente a estar sola porque no hay otra opción.
Grounding brings you back into your body, into Presence, into the Now. Grounding helps to feel centred, focused, present, safe, here. It is one of our most basic and simple tools that we can all access to heal. There are many ways to ground yourself. In this post, I share the things that help me get grounded and stay grounded.
To find balance we need the Whole of Us. We need our Yin and our Yang. Too much or too little of either is not healthy. We need both. And most importantly we need to understand we ARE both. Sometimes we think we are only one part of the whole, that we are the part that has the Yin with a bit of Yang and that someone else who will complement us or rather “complete us” will be the Yang that has a little bit of Yin, or vice-versa. This is not true. We are Both. We are the Whole. And by integrating this Whole Within, we find our Balance.
Here is my guide to have uncomfortable yet important conversation with your loved ones without forgetting the basic thing: that you love each other.
Here is a list of 6 things you can do at home to celebrate the Summer Solstice and to use the energy of the Sun to set your intentions for the rest of 2020. I think we can all agree… We could all use some sunLight right now.
Words are important. Words have power. And there is something very powerful in being able to use words consciously. Not so long ago, I discovered how healing it can be to have the right words to verbalise your experiences.
Those moments when pain strikes can feel overwhelming. This is my 5-step guide to cope with those moments when I feel the pangs of grief in my heart.