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Monday Mojo – Allow What’s Stuck

How’s your mojo today? I’m asking because there’s still a lot of weirdness in the world right now. News reports saying that life is returning to normal, whilst every day we’re hearing more stories about things that are still going wrong. (It’s why I include things like “What went right this week‘ in my weekly …

A Guided Meditation for Difficult Times

However you’re feeling right now, it’s valid. If you’re frustrated or scared with people you feel should be doing more or less, it matters.If you want things to be better, that’s important.If you wish things weren’t as they are, it counts.And this is what makes us so beautifully human: we share something called “common humanity”. …

How to help someone you’re worried about

When someone you love is struggling with their mental health, it can be hard to know what to say and do. Sometimes we can feel concerned if our efforts to help someone don’t seem to be working, or frustrated if they say they don’t want or need our help. There are a number of ways …

Monday Mojo – Create Your Space

Where is your sanctuary? The place you go when you need some time out, when you need some peace and quiet away from the chaos of the world.  Because we all need one.  When life is busy, it’s easy for our private spaces to become cluttered. Magazines get piled up in the corner, with every intention they’ll get …

Monday Mojo – Be Kind to Yourself

Monday Mojo – feel-good motivation for the week ahead: Be Kind to Yourself Have you noticed how often we beat ourselves up? How many times you say sorry, when it’s not your fault, or blame yourself when something goes wrong, even though you couldn’t have done anything differently.  We feel guilt a LOT. And that’s …

Meaning and Purpose: Spirituality and Mental Health

There’s a Zen story about a horse which suddenly appeared galloping down the road.  The man riding the horse, looked as if he had somewhere important to go.  Another man, at the side of the road shouted “Where are you going?”, to which the man on the horse replied, “I don’t know!  Ask the horse!” …