Posts Categorized: Emotional Health

It is becoming more and more apparent and obvious to anyone working in Public Health that the current model chosen to provide healthcare for the mass population is (a) in crisis and (b) doomed to failure if it continues unchanged.  It is popular to think that this is all about funding – or the lack

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Recently I attended a fascinating online seminar about the ancient art of Face reading – ‘Al Ferasa’. This amazing skill originated in the Middle East with The Bedouin people as a vital part of their ability to identify whether the many different tribes they came across, as they travelled across a huge area, were friends

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I don’t know about you but I seem to get alot of posts in my various social media feeds from Life Coaches and Inspirational Teachers and other online contacts, all supporting and advocating the idea of constantly striving to stretch ourselves and ‘go beyond our comfort zones’. On first reading, this can make lots of

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I consider myself to be very blessed in the work that I do as a Health Practitioner – I work for myself and I, (mostly), work from my own Clinic within my house. I choose my working hours, who I work with, my working conditions, my breaks and my pay! I am passionate about my

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I recently had the pleasure of attending an excellent talk by Author, Colm Tobin. Amongst a number of other inciteful issues, he spoke about a time in his life when he recieved help from the Psychiatrist Ivor Browne, to face and process the loss of his father. Ivor Browne likened this work to removing a

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The Mandatory addition of the toxin Fluoride to the Irish people’s tap water supply has long been of concern to me, particularly as someone who has a history of Thyroid dis-ease. If you have any interest at all in your Health, you will be aware of the importance of hydration from good, clean water, let

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Having a baby is a life changing experience and for me there are always two births – your baby and the birth of you as a Mother! The early days of being a new mother can be wonderful –  full of joy, happiness and love as you gently adjust to your new life being responsible

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Modern Day Healers.

Not so very long ago, I would probably have been burnt at the stake, (and there are those who would still like to do that to Healers like me ……… or maybe it’s just me??!!haha). These days we are just given a verbal ‘roasting’ from time to time by Skeptics, Fear Mongers and Bigots who

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A very Happy and Healthy 2018 to you all! I had a wonderful break with my family and particularly enjoyed a special week with my gorgeous sister who was visiting from London. Although the weather was cold and windy we loved exploring some of the stunning landscape that Kerry has to offer and we walked,

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Embracing ‘Failures’

‘Failure’ is a loaded word and can trigger a cascade of negative emotions and old hurts. But we can only ‘fail’ when we try something and the only way to avoid possible ‘failure’ is to never try! I started thinking about this subject recently when a Client who had visited me for one consultation, decided not

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