The Work by Byron Katie is a great way to explore your own thoughts and the impact they have on your life. It centers around 4 questions. In this post, I dive into question 1.
When you (unknowingly) embark on a journey of personal growth, there’s no knowing where you’ll end up. Here are some of the side effects I’ve seen in my life and in the lives of those around me when developing as a person.
I used to think certain pop stars were really arrogant, and flashy, and not dressed enough. I don’t really, anymore. They didn’t change, however, so what did?
Who holds the keys to your future and your happiness? Do you hold on to them firmly or give them away sometimes to… the weather? Family? That neighbour playing the drums at 2 a.m.?
You think you’ve finally dealt with an issue, and then, out of the blue, you find yourself right back where you were 3 years ago, facing the same thoughts and feelings, acting in the same irrational way. Sounds familiar?
It’s been a year since the start of the lockdown here. A strange year, for sure, but also an interesting one in many ways. Here are 8 lessons I take away from a year of Corona. Which ones resonate with you?
How are we formed as persons throughout our lives? Do we shape ourselves out of nothing or leave bits behind to reveal our true selves?
What makes us describe someone as ‘feminine’. What do we fear in women? There’s a power we are afraid to access, but that is more than ever necessary to create the change we need.
When people strive to be extraordinary, what are they really looking for? What will they measure their succes by?
Self-love is a hot topic and has been for years. But what does it really mean to love yourself? And what signs can you see along the way that show you are on the right track? Here’s my humble tuppenceworth on the issue.