All posts by curiouslyyou

Reclaim the Feminine: A Beginner’s Practice

In meditation, I met with the warrioress Boudica in the forest, the same place we always meet. She arrived through the trees and sat down opposite me, crossed-legged. She asked me to notice my energy field, “It’s always outward, pushing,” she said, “always precisely at the exact extent that you want others to be close […]

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Origins of the Patriarchy

↹ ⟲ The Origins of the Patriarchy – *THE* Story (Teal Swan Response) ⟳ ↹

In this video titled: “The Split in Modern Man (Men and the Traditional Male Role)”, Teal Swan acts out the traditional male gender roles. I’ve watched it twice already. What she is exploring is, to me, essentially, how the patriarchy has infiltrated and influenced the male psyche, and what it will look like when the […]

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Surrender to Trust with Grandfather Spirit

[Disclaimer: I am not suggesting in this post that you try San Pedro or any other type of plant medicine. I do not endorse it or believe it is the one way to emotional or spiritual expansion. This is the story of my personal experience. I am not available to give recommendations, I would say […]

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the pain of alignment


“We would share with the collective about creating alignment, as this is a process that is so much used as a term to so inaccurately describe a state that few actually reach. Alignment simply means that the physical embodiment of you, and your non-physical essence are not creating a single opposing force. Where there is […]

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Movement Practise from the feminine

Doing Your Movement Practise From The Feminine and Without Self-Judgement or Self-Criticism

I went for my first run in… ooooo roughly a year and a half this morning. Wasn’t that interesting… A lot has changed in my mindset since my last run, and I realised just how much working out is an exercise in self-criticism for me. You know That Guy from those weight-loss TV Shows who […]

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△ :: My Multi-Faceted Why :: △

A recent post that Niamh Yvonne Cronin shared on her social media account really got my brain juices flowing. It was all about the three levels of “WHY” we each have. #1. Our Human Why: Our Human Why is our human reason for living. It is our career, our family, our job, our business. It […]

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My life lesson is gratitude. And MAN do I struggle to feel gratitude. ⛔Nothing I achieve is good enough. ⛔Everything could always be a little bit better. ⛔If only I got over THERE everything would be great. ⛔I don’t have time to appreciate this beautiful view, I need obsess over what I’m doing tomorrow/next week/next […]

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Trichotillomania: Making My Peace With The Life-Death-Life Cycle

My friend and peer Jennifer Hepton specialising in grief and loss coaching asked a question around my relationship with those concepts. For this I had to backtrack and face some difficult truths. For the past around 15 years I’ve suffered with Trichotillomania, which is compulsive hair pulling. I’ve tried all the ways to stop: wigs, […]

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cope with anxiety

Thought Leaders and Experts Share Their Best Personal Way for Coping With Their Anxiety

You don’t need to go far online to read about the how anxiety affects our daily lives. It is difficult – if not impossible – pinpoint where anxiety comes from, yet it sits there quietly, a lurking and objectless threat. Anxiety is the voice in our head causing us self-doubt, the sweaty palms, the constant […]

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Never Put the Key to Your Happiness in Someone Else’s Pocket

“Love one another, but make not a bond of love. Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.” – Khalil Gibran, Marriage Several years ago I found myself in a relationship with a Farmer. Me! A born and bred East London City-Girl driving tractors and milking cows! I was on […]

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