American flag: how to find post-election peace

Linda V. Fancy, our Mental Freedom Facilitator, gives us an insight into her attitude towards events such as the 2016 American elections and shares advice on how to move forward from them.   It’s Not What You See But How You See It: how to find peace after the elections   According to holocaust survivor, Dr….

Reset Your Mind with a Mental Detox A regular detox is recognised as an important part of restoring balance to our physical body, but rarely do we acknowledge the importance of detoxing our mind to renew our perspective. Just like the chemical build-up in the physical form, the mental body also carries baggage that obstructs…

The holiday season is over, and we prepare to get back to everyday life and routine. Sometimes it is not easy, and we might feel tired, bloated and even stressed. Our body feels intoxicated. Typically, during the holidays, we tend to “relax” in every sense of the word: we also loosen our healthy habits. We eat…

By Linda V. Fancy Seeing the Seeing “It’s not what you are looking at, it’s where you are looking from…” Mooji It was April 2010 and I was planning a holiday to experience a special festival that happens in India every 12 years, the Kumbh Mela. As a seasoned traveler I am used to vacating…

By Linda V. Fancy Bleeding from the Breeding On one side we have social grace, pomp and ceremony, hardened belief systems and a wealth of power. And on the other side we have excitement, no boundaries, spontaneous interruptions and social numbness. I’m sitting with the strictly attired whos who of Hong Kong at a charity…

By Linda V. Fancy Compassion is a hot topic as the world opens its heart to the plight of refugees in Europe, and businesses recognize the bottom line benefits of cultivating compassion in the workplace. Compassion is one of the great-unheralded traits of business leadership. To some hardliners, compassion is a sign of weakness, while…

#3 Pointing the Finger Unhealthy stress levels are a consequence of a build up of uncontrollable thoughts and emotion. People and circumstance can be central to your suffering but the truth is everything is in your head. Finding fault and blaming others won’t give you the solace that you seek. No matter how you perceive…

Science has shown that 95% of the time we are automated in our responses to life operating on the premise of our conditioned thoughts. Yet thoughts are inconsistent and unreliable, and can come from nowhere and leave you feeling exhausted. By morning you may start the day with fresh inspiration as you contemplate your next…

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