Relationships – The Trap of Waiting for Love or Commitment

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Now I admit, I might be an old fashioned type of girl who grew up in the time when men stepped forward if they liked a girl and asked her out.  The ‘dance card’ era was well before my time however it is that type of ethos, where the man was required to introduce himself properly, make his intentions known, and ask for a dance.

I have recently become aware of a trend or phenomena where otherwise smart, sane and savvy ...

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Whitney Houston, The Grammy Awards & What Her Soul Plan Says About Her Life & Death

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As I get myself prepared for the next round of  Soul Plan Sessions that I am doing with the clients embarking on the January intake of my TranceFormation Programme I thought I would do a Soul Plan for someone that has passed away, and whose life, well at least aspects of it, we seem to know much about.  (The reason being that you wouldn’t do the Soul Plan of a living person without their permission, and sharing my ...

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Ignore Your Shadow At Your Peril – Debbie Ford & Oprah Discuss The Shadow Side

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Last night I excitedly e-mailed the clients taking part in my TranceFormation™ Programme which is a journey that starts with exploring your Soul Plan and inner Archetypes, and identifying exactly where you are on your life or Hero’s Journey.  I was excited because the example that I had cited just a few days earlier when I talked about the importance of uncovering their shadow side or repressed Archetypes, was an interview that I had seen with Oprah and ...

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Billionaire Life Lessons – Perspectives from Media Mogul Ted Turner

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I just had another Oprah Winfrey and OWN Network love in.  Today’s Master Class was from Media Mogul and billionaire Philanthropist Ted Turner.  Ted was the person who first introduced 24-hour TV news when other broadcasters said that it would never work.

He went from concept, to launch of the CNN 24-hour news network in just 11 months.  When you consider that this meant going from one reporter in one local station, to over 300 ...

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Be Who You Are – Chances Are They Won’t Like You Anyway

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There was somebody I kinda liked but they didn’t seem to like me.  Nothing overt to speak of,  just a feeling and sense that something was off whenever I ran into them (not literally you understand) or spoke to them.

I found myself wondering what I could do to have them like me more, and then I had to stop and take a moment.

I was reminded of something that Oprah Winfrey said when repeatedly pressed to comment on the Iyanla ...

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RIP 2013 – Are You Living or Just Waiting to Die?

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LET US ALL LIVE WHILE WE ARE ALIVE & HAVE THE TIME OF OUR LIVES!

I just had one of those moments (well actually you will need to sit down and hold the scroll key because as it turns out it was quite a long moment). I watched Dirty Dancing (again) last night and Patrick Swayze is of course no longer with us.

Today I watched the Jackson 5 Story which partly centres around Michael Jackson, another talent seemingly ...

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The Art of Death & Dying & Strictly Come Dancing

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Ah, me with Strictly Come Dancing Judge Bruno Tonioli . . . . .

I remember this day back in December 2010.  Well of course I remember it; I’m stood there, in the corridors of BBC Broadcasting House with Strictly Come Dancing and Dancing With The Stars Judge Bruno Tonioli, having just watched the live final where Kara Tointon and Artem Chigvintsev lifted the glitter ball trophy as worthy winners.  As Brucie says, they really ...

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What has death taught me about life? RIP Nelson Mandela

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“The one thing I have realised about death is that life goes on.”

What do I mean by that?  A couple of high profile people have passed away this week, the most recent being President of South Africa Mr Nelson Mandela.

Nelson Mandela fist

Another was the star of one of my favourite movie franchises, Paul Walker of The Fast & Furious fame.  (For my previous post about Paul Walker go to: Continue Reading →

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Tyrese Gibson Weeps for Fast & Furious Star Paul Walker – Why Men Should Cry

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“Hollywood star publicly grieves for his dead co-star”

Tyrese Gibson and Paul Walker

I warn you now that this video link is a bit of a media circus with staring onlookers standing around in a circle.  Also, only watch it if you are OK with being a bit upset.  It is Singer and Actor Tyrese Gibson at the crash site of the late Fast & Furious star Paul ...

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The Oprah Winfrey Interview – A Stroke of Insight with Dr Jill Bolte Taylor

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OPRAH WINFREY INTERVIEWS . . . . .

Being a PhotoReading Instructor and Trainer in Accelerated Learning and how to open up your intuition and creativity, this interview with Oprah Winfrey was of particular interest to me.  Oprah was interviewing Dr Bolte Taylor, the Harvard Doctor and Brain Scientist who suffered a stroke which opened up to a whole new ‘right hemisphere’ world of peace, flow and contentment.

As Dr Bolte Taylor talked about her experience one of the other things that ...

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