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  Emotions aren’t tangible objects you pack into a box and store under the stairs or in the attic. You can’t just sweep them into a dustpan or out the front door. Emotions are energy within you and when you push that energy aside, you’re doing so inside your own body.
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We had a look last week at thought processes triggering a physical reaction, which we feel as an emotion. Now let’s look specifically at how these emotional reactions affect your digestive system. Your brain is part of your central nervous system – brain, spinal cord and nerves that branch off in to every limb and...
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When we make decisions and behave in ways that meet our own values, we experience healthy self-esteem. This is why coming home to listen to ourselves is crucial in all that we do. THE THINGS WE WILL DO TO FEEL SAFE Too often we are handing over far too much of ourselves to people we...
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Meditation doesn’t come without its challenges, and they are often the reason people never take it up, or abandon a new practice. Knowing how to address those very hurdles will transform your current practice, or inspire you to begin.
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When we do create stillness, it’s our own personal sanctuary. It’s a feeling of bliss, it’s a relief and a place we have access to and can visit as often as we like. Stillness brings us in to presence with ourselves so we can hear what is happening within.
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  Recognise what your interference behaviours are and how they are exacerbating your gut symptoms. A must read – Gut by Giulia Enders
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Your gut is Irritated By Stress because the world in 2017 is hectic. I’ve got one word for you. Meditation. A must read – First, We Make the Beast Beautiful by Sarah Wilson
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We have an increasing number of apps and devices available, yet we are more disconnected than ever before. The gravest disconnection this is causing is from ourselves. It’s not the device that’s the problem, it’s how we use it.
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At the end of the year we often reflect and make plans for an improved life the following year. The attitude in which you do this will determine your achievement, just like the attitude in which you treat your gut as it struggles with the overindulgence. Self-compassion is the starting point.
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Stress. It’s just one of the causes of gut symptoms. It can be the original cause, or stress can overtake and become the main reason symptoms are persisting. Either way, your body is giving you a clear message there is something out of balance to resolve for which gut focused therapy is the very treatment.
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