A new perspective
Last week I had a second cataract operation. The left eye this time.
It’s a very short procedure. The Surgeon numbs the eye, takes the cataract out then inserts a new lens into the eye. Sounds gruesome but it takes only about twenty minutes. Nobody likes operations and so I focused on my breathing technique and told myself that staying calm would help me, my eye, and the surgeon. After the operation I was able to see things much clearer.
Have you ever felt that you needed to see things from a different perspective. Sometimes our judgment gets clouded (a bit like a cararact) and we can’t seem to see the woods from the trees. We are triggered by the sound of our own voice and feel the consequences.
If you were able to see things from a different perspective, how would that impact on your life. What kind of positive change might that be.
I needed help to get my vision sorted. A specialist. Someone who knew what he was doing and knew how to help me. Sometimes emotions can be a bit like that, you might just need a professional to help you see things from a different perspective. With my new lens in my left eye and my right eye restored to full vision, perhaps I can help you see things from a new perspective. No surgery involved, just a willingness to change and a want to change.
If you or someone you know needs help, my contact details are here on my site.
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My fringe was beyond my nose
When I was out walking my hair flapped like one of those dogs with long ears. I lasted five months. Then drastic measures had to be taken.
As we become so familiar with the word “restrictions” where we are all asked to control our actions which limit us is many ways. How could you turn that into a positive?
Staying in your own bubble
As we move forward from this pandemic we are asked to continue to stay in our own bubble as much as possible. We can visit family and friends but being mindful of washing our hands and continuing to wear masks and keep that social distance of two metres.
The masks we wear
We have all gotten used to wearing masks (the physical ones). We have been used to masks on an emotional level too. Each of us wear masks to hide our true feelings. The “I’m fine” mask is well known.
The pebble in my shoe
This morning I woke up, showered and dressed. As I put on my shoes, I didn’t notice the pebble there.
My watch pings. My phone vibrates. My email dings. It’s as if there is a message everywhere every moment saying something like “hurry I’m speaking to you – can you not hear the vibrations – get stressed – I’m important – answer me – be at my beck and call – now – now – now – vibration – vibration – vibration.
I don’t know about you, but every so often my emails get chock-a-block with rubbish.
Alexa goes for Therapy
I’m sick of it. They never stop. It seems like the whole world is shouting at me:
Healing in Covid Times
Listen to my audio and take a moment to consider Healing in Covid Times.
A Glimmer of Hope
A long long time ago, the glimmerman lit the gas lights in the streets when it got dark. He lit his lights so people could see, so they could find their way through the darkness.
Changing times, new learnings
Comedy is so important right now. When you laugh you send happy feelings throughout your body.That has to be good for your immune system. And we need to keep our immune system happy and healthy.
Adapt Change Grow
We have all experienced our safety and connection being threatened, but, we can adapt, change and grow
Having studied, hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, CBT, NLP, Coaching and Brain Working Recursive therapy, I am in awe at how you can help a client back from the brink. The work you put in will give you hope. Hope for a future you can work towards. Take the first step today!
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