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Chemotherapy Number 5

I am happy, for no reason! Tomorrow I have chemotherapy number 5 and no doubt I face another 6 – 8 days of being too tired to leave my room – BUT – I am happy. This chemotherapy process is helping me see how powerful the mind is but also how much there is to

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The Depression Book: Depression as an Opportunity for Spiritual Growth By Cheri Huber

This book is another favorite of mine amongst Cheri’s work. The Depression Book to me is a must read for anyone who is lost and trying to grasp what’s happening to them. “An essential part of seeing clearly is finding the willingness to look closely and to go beyond our own ideas. There are many

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Wings of Choice, Insight into the Process of Life

“Give me my wings back – I have the right to experience the flight of life” I wrote this sometime when I was going through a lot of mental anxiety after the second chemotherapy session. I felt like the word choice has been staring me in the face as I realised how little I trust

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Norfolk & Chemotherapy

I’m presently in Norfolk, Old Hunstanton, with my boyfriend and my Scottie dog – Charlie Boy. A friend of my mother’s was extremely kind and allowed us to use her beautiful seaside get-away. I have been craving fresh air, peace and openness since I began my course of chemo. This has to be heaven on

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Chemotherapy Number 2

In Hammersmith Hospital Well it’s number 2 and I hope to God this one is a lot easier than the first. Unfortunately I reacted horrifically to my first session of chemotherapy but I wouldn’t expect anything less considering I have never exposed my body to excess drugs, toxins etc. Anyway this is what I have

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I’m not offering anything new – Just recycling wisdom

My favorite thing in the world is reading about life, learning about all the amazing, helpful tips on life. I’m not offering any new insights but through my discoveries and reviews you will see something for yourself in these too. Therefore I’m recycling the wisdom that is continuously floating around the universe. It’s up to

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Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero

Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero Seize the day, and put as little trust as you can in the morrow – Horace More than anything at the moment the power of being present and living for now is the focus of my life. When you are able to untangle yourself more and more, you naturally

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Anopura, Heaven in the Midst of Chaotic Rajasthan

Despite the heavy monsoon rain, we celebrated Charlie’s 4th birthday in what I can only describe as a slice of heaven in Rajasthan. Anopura is a stunning boutique hotel just 1-hour drive from Jaipur run by the wonderfully charismatic Philippe De Villegas. When you live in India, you realise just how difficult it is to

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Jung & Archetypes

“Jung believed that the unconscious is not merely the hiding place of demons but the province of angels and ministers of grace, which he called the ‘archetypes’,…symbols of all the inner forces that work toward unity, health, fullness of life and purposeful conscious development.” – Lewis Mumford, The New Yorker (Taken from Jung, Four Archetypes:

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Chris Guillebeau & The Art of Non-Conformity

I can’t remember how I stumbled across this report by Chris Guillebeau but I did: A brief guide to World Domination Chris is a witty, funny and to the point kind of man. I read this when I was feeling uninspired and a bit lost about how I was going to create a life I

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