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Tree of Thriving Professional Relationships

Trees play such a large part in our lives. Collectively, they are the lungs of the earth, whilst individually they can each be self sustaining eco-systems in their own right. On a more subtle level, they can be symbolic of many aspects of human life, including our professional relationships. I’ve used this idea to map […]

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How do you handle conflict – global and personal?

In this fascinating short video, Julia Bacha introduces us to some revelationary research into the role of women in non-violent approaches to the resolution of political conflict. She cites a study showing that nonviolent campaigns are almost 100% more likely to lead to success than violent ones and asks the question: “If nonviolence is so […]

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Re-birthing Without Therapy

  While life is constantly in flux, every so often I notice a larger than usual nudge to be part of a much greater shift. Perhaps you’ve experienced this too? And there are some huge transformations budding in our outer world at present, so it might be that we’ll begin to experience greater personal changes […]

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Confidence in Community: Building a mutual support network.

When geese fly in formation, scientists have estimated, they can fly 70% further on the same amount of energy than if each goose flew alone. The challenge In whatever ways you might be moving towards a more sustainable livelihood, the experience of turning your back on the ‘larger flock’ of the mainstream  (for example, by […]

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