Monthly Archives: January 2015

Giving Yourself Credit

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Giving Yourself Credit

 

The other day I received an sms from my bank reminding me how much credit I have left to spend on my credit card – clearly I’m not spending it fast enough for them. In a strange twist of affairs, using your credit card these days apparently increases your credit rating (provided you use it responsibly, of course).

While I don’t plan to spend any more on my credit card than I absolutely have to, it got me thinking: Why is it that others are happy to give us credit (even banks!), but we so often forget to give it to ourselves?

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Practical Use of Colour

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Practical Use of Colour

 

Let’s try a little exercise. Just for a moment or two, close your eyes and visualise the clothes in your wardrobe. Do any colours predominate, or do you have a nice even spread of colours across the rainbow?

Most people tend to prefer a certain range of colours over others, and the colours you see in your wardrobe are likely to be the ones you most resonate with, as well as the ones that suit you. You may even have had the experience of being absolutely clear on exactly what colour you want to wear in a specific situation – there’s a reason for that.

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The Art of Protecting Your Energy

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The Art of Protecting Your Energy

 

I’ve been thinking a lot about protection lately (and I don’t mean the latex kind) – what it means and whether it’s necessary.

As someone who is extra-sensitive to energies of all kinds, and sponge-like in absorbing them, I’ve believed for many years that protection of some kind is necessary. I’ve certainly found it’s made a difference in my life, and I’m much calmer when I’m not processing everyone else’s energies around me, as well as my own.

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