Imagine your curiosity being like a diver diving to a depth of 2000 feet. What will your curiosity discover? Follow the dance. Give up all control and let the dance lead your curiosity to other places.
Even the simplest and seemingly unrelated events that happen in our life are presented to us for a reason and a lesson to learn.
You may realise you have a weed when you feel discontent, or unhappiness or unease in your life. Here’s how to discover your weeds and eradicate them.
How to stop the distracting ‘what if’ scenarios from destroying your dreams and action plans.
Suddenly, your idea that seemed so fabulous two seconds ago has suddenly taken on a dark, odd shape and you are suddenly convinced that no matter what, you are doomed to failure – never mind that your idea two seconds ago was so full of promise.
You are more intelligent than you give yourself credit for. Your mind loves to come up with solutions to your problems or needs, if you give it the permission to do so. By changing your thought patterns and the questions you ask of yourself, you give your mind an opportunity to play a game, to challenge itself, to kick into gear and provide you with insights and inspiration that can take you to the next level.