The social media feed of the mind

Do you notice how if you click on something in your social media feed you start seeing ads and articles about that subject?

Our mind can be like that.

We live a constant stream of thinking and sometimes we click on thought and then similar thoughts are presented to us.

And we keep clicking and before you know it you find your self on a website looking at 'where are they now' pictures of child actors from the '80s.

Wondering where the last hour went.

You can choose not to click and just let another thought come into form.

Another thought will be along in a moment and that might be worth clicking on or not.

Of course, sometimes we can't help ourselves and we end up down the rabbit hole without even noticing.

We just have to live the feeling of that thinking until we wake up and see we are caught in thought.

And we can return to being at peace, calm and centred.

It's just how we are made.

Sometimes we have to get lost to be able to return home.

You can help yourself by;

❤️ Noticing all the good in your life no matter how small.

❤️ Letting go of the need to control your thoughts.

❤️ Having a willingness to return to peace and calmness.

The stories we tell ourselves - I'm not good enough

This is what we do.

We take an event in the past and using the power of thought create a great big future thought problem out of it.

What if instead, we turned it around?

Stop telling ourselves stories of the past and creating the future from it.

And tell yourself a story of the future and create the present from it.

Try it.

Tell yourself a future story about your life that is happy, fulfilled and inspiring.

And now create the present moment that delivers the story.

Discover a proven framework for transformational life change

I've been working on myself for all of my adult life.

Overcoming feelings of shame, guilt and low self-esteem while trying to find my place in the world.

My childhood loss left me feeling broken and without a sense of who I was.

I was left with fear and anxiety that kept me stuck and feeling lost in life.

I now use this framework along with the three principles of mind, consciousness and thought to help my clients find and live their purpose.

Using the three principles and this framework helps you develop psychological flexibility - the ability to change your behaviours based on what the present moment requires.

When I'm coaching I'm taking you through this framework helping you find clarity and insight and supporting you to take action to move your life forward.

  • Be Here Now

  • Create Space

  • Check Your Story

  • Acceptance

  • Know What Matters

  • Take Intentional Action

Watch the video for information about each part of the framework and how you can apply it to your life to get unstuck, heal your past, and live with more purpose and meaning.

Traits of healthy narcissism


Did you read that right?

Did I say healthy narcissism?

Yep, I did.

You see narcissism is trending right now and probably for good reason.

I fear though, we might throw the baby out with the bath water.

I for one didn't have enough narcissism in me for a long time.

Despite all the negative messaging, narcissism isn't inherently good or bad.

Rather it is a personality trait that we need to be successful in life.

We all need to feel special and get approval from the world around us.

And yes some people sit at the extreme end and do damage to those around them and even globally.

But if you don't have enough narcissism in you, you lose your voice, remain under confident, live with low self-esteem and people please.

In this video, I take a look at what it means to have a healthy amount of narcissism in you.

And how you can develop a healthy amount of narcissism to be a success in life.

Getting lost in thought

We all get lost in the illusion of thought sometimes.

In this video, I share an experience of getting lost in the feeling of my thinking.

Despite knowing that my experience is being created from the inside out that doesn't mean that I don't get lost in my thinking.

Although this experience is quite funny and trivial it showed me once again that the world isn't responsible for my emotions.

That I'm feeling my thinking in the moment. We all get lost in the illusion of thought it's a part of being human.

Life is messy and complex but you are naturally resilient and you'll always have the ability to cope with the circumstances in your life.