I'm keeping this week's email short and sweet so you have plenty of time to do this fear journaling exercise.
If you’ve been reading my recent emails you’ve heard me talking about how important it is to acknowledge our fears. So, today I’m sharing with you a journaling exercise to help you to keep your fears in-check + ease anxiety you might be experiencing around them.
Once you’ve finished writing I highly recommend doing a meditation (you can try my Grounding Meditation)
How are you doing? How are you coping?
How are you feeling about social distancing? Are you relieved to have some time off of work / work from home or do you miss the routine? Are you dreading spending more time with your kids? (it doesn’t make you a bad parent if you do!!) Are there any previous responsibilities you’re happy you’re released from?
I want you to know that whatever comes up for you as you’re reading these questions or thinking about what’s happening in the wo
With all the fear, uncertainty and stress spreading around, COVID-19 has exposed our need to practice more PRESENCE.
Alongside doing the best you can to help contain the virus, taking safety measures, being informed and taking care of our health, this is an opportunity to watch your mind and practice managing it better.
As I was having my Friday morning coffee, I was thinking about the Serenity Prayer:
“Grand me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to
Last week, on a beautiful sunny morning as I was having my morning coffee, I opened up my Instagram and there was a beautiful message waiting for me from of my past clients.
She shared –
“Naama... the moment I surrendered and left my fate in the hands of the universe .. and I mean absolutely surrender EVERYTHING started to happen!!! I got an amazing house, I got a pay rise, amongst so many other things ... it all started happening so fast I can hardly believe it.
Last week I shared a post on social media about our inner critic – I’ve got lots of responses from people who said they needed to hear this message / reminder. Because truth is, negative self-talk is something we all deal with on a daily basis. And while we can’t get rid of our inner critic, we all have the inner wisdom and power to manage it better, provided that we have the right tools, aka – what we do with those critical thoughts.
How far we take them.
How we recover fr