Calming Practices

Practice 5: Using a 3-Second Memory
Practice 5: Using a 3-Second Memory

Some years ago there was an advertisement where a goldfish swam merrily around his bowl, seeing a cereal packet for the 'first time' every 3 seconds.  The myth that goldfish have a memory of only 3 seconds has since been debunked, but the ad played on the idea that...

Practice 4: Find Your Centre
Practice 4: Find Your Centre

When life is in turmoil, most of us feel out of control.    We search for the gap or a break in the crisis long enough to get a breath and settle down our emotions.  But often, when everything is upside-down, finding your centre in times of crisis is very difficult. ...

Practice 3: Take a Break
Practice 3: Take a Break

In the uncertain times that we are currently experiencing with the Covid-19 situation, I find myself trying anything that might settle down my fearful thinking.  I hear the story going in my head about unemployment and the economy and this is not what I had planned...

Practice 2: Decode Your Belief Programs
Practice 2: Decode Your Belief Programs

In a recent blog: The Power of Our Programs, I share my realisation that the worrisome thoughts and negative self-talk I repeat to myself, are like a ‘program’ in my brain that I have been writing for many years.   These programs are filled with thousands of lines of...

Practice 1: Write Better Beliefs
Practice 1: Write Better Beliefs

Of all the Practices that I will be sharing, this is one of the most important.  Changing beliefs about yourself underpins most of what I offer on this site, and it is the basis of my Claim Your Confidence online course.  This practice offers you a practical way to...

Let’s Practice!

Theory is all well and good but your experiences can’t change until you find a centre of calm where you can practice knowing and trusting yourself.  I’ve created a range of different practices that help you reach this calm place inside of you, where you can explore more helpful thoughts about yourself in peace and safety.