My e-mail box is overflowing with e-mail offers for online games, online movie nights, online network meetings, online community meetings, online social gatherings and there seems no end to this. There is a productivity frenzy as everybody seems to be moving lectures, groups and workshops online as fast as they can. And, I freely admit this, I felt myself being pulled into this for a bit and feeling the pressure and rush. But what is really behind this activity and productivity frenzy?
Psychologist and attorneys predict that the divorce rates all over the world will rise once we have made it through this stressful situation COVID-19 has brought us. As a relationship coach, I simply have to challenge that statement. We can resign to separations and divorces, or we can use this time period to improve all our relationships but especially our partnerships or marriages.
A sprained ankle, back spasms, headaches… A physical injury is never just a physical injury. Conversely, an emotional issue will always have a physical imprint. To heal the body, mind and spirit a multi-faceted approach which explores all sides of an issue is required. When physical treatments, like osteopathy, are accompanied by emotional/mental work and vise versa, faster healing is ensured.
While a woman consciously wants a baby, her subconscious might be preventing her from getting pregnant. Studies indicate that psychological and emotional blocks are the root of many infertility issues. What issues, fears, beliefs and emotions can prevent conception?
Have you ever wondered why we feel so good when we are outside in nature? The air is filled with tens of thousands of negative ions. Inflammation and pain in the body are due to an excess of positive ions. Negative ions on the other hand have many health benefits.
As Louise Hay taught us, upper respiratory illnesses are related to too much going on at once, mental confusion, disorder or small hurts. If you have a cold or even the flu right now and you feel up to exploring the emotional and mental side of these physical symptoms, you might want to ask yourself: What was going on just before it started? What was going on in your life that was perhaps “too much”, “overwhelming”, “confusing”, “chaotic” or “hurtful”?