Gifts to help you through
We find ourselves in scary and uncertain times. And although none of us have the answers, or can make the scariness and uncertainty go away, I share the downloads below in the hope that they might help you - even a little - to feel more grounded, centered and connected into yourself, no matter what the world may send your way.
But of course this isn't all... What do you want to see here? Please get in touch to share your suggestions, thoughts and ideas.
Click on the images below to listen to or download one of a series of short meditations, all aimed at helping process the current situation in whatever way you need.
Use this meditation to bring yourself back into the here and now, rooting into the earth and the limitless of your soul.
This meditation brings you back to a safe place in your mind that you can return to anytime you need it.
Use this short exercise to help tune into the various parts of you and "re-member" your selves.
This exercise aims to cleanse your energy field of any tension or negative energy you may be carrying.
In days gone by, oral storytelling was one of our greatest traditions and one of the most powerful ways we built communities. Even now, I don't know about you but I love someone reading me a story... it's probably why I'm such a big fan of Audible!
The recordings below are my attempt to do justice to some of my favourite powerful and empowering excerpts from some of my favourite books. The words are property of the respective authors, but click on the images below to hear me reading some snippets.
The Selkie Song
From If Women Rose Rooted
by Dr Sharon Blackie
by Glennon Doyle
Exercises and prompts
If you're looking for something a little more personally led, click on the documents below for some exercises and journal prompts designed to help you dig deeper and focus on your own needs and insights.
When your fears or anxieties are spinning out of control, it's important to ground yourself into the here and now.
This document provides a host of short and simple ways to do that.
Following on from the meditation above, this exercise provides you with journaling prompts to help you tune into your mind, body, heart and soul and re-member all of those parts of yourself in this moment.
It can be so easy to numb or ignore our feelings that at times we forget how to re-connect with and work through them.
This exercise is about creating the perfect conditions to help you do just that.
Looking to understand more about a part of yourself, or struggling to let go of someone from your past? This exercise invites you to get more in touch with the person or persona of your choice to better understand and work with it.
You're bloody amazing.
No matter what you may be thinking and what may or may not have gone wrong so far today, I know that to be the case. This exercise will help to remind you of it too.
Gratitude has become such a cliche nowadays... but it's a cliche because it works. I say that as someone who can honestly say that a daily gratitude practice changed her life for the better. Here's how it can help you too.
When the world is upside down it can feel stressful, upsetting and scary. But sometimes that can also feel personal. When that's the case, this exercise aims to help you understand why, and to lead you to the things that will help support you through those feelings.
It's all too easy to feel alone and unsupported at times - especially when you're locked down at home. This exercise is about investigating and remembering your support network, not to mention looking at how to fill any gaps in that network.