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How to Honour Your Inner Goddess

Are you missing a certain je ne sais quoi in your life? Do things seem mundane, ordinary? Does your relationship lack lustre? The reason could be that an aspect of the inner goddess archetype - the sensual Aphrodite energy, as Hal and Sidra Stone have named it - is in hiding. Reclaim this inner goddess and feel rejuvenated, reinvigorated and revitalised. A phrodite is the Greek ...
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Meet the Selves: The Princess

Meet Your Inner Princess The Inner Princess can be found in both women and men. It is the self who believes itself to be more important than those around it, and because of that, deserving of special treatment. From the perspective of the Princess, it is special. It 'needs' certain things in life, such as extra rest, better holidays, special food, ...
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How to Care for Your Vulnerable Inner Child

The work of Brene Brown and Glennon Doyle has brought much-needed attention to our essential vulnerability, which in Voice Dialogue is an inner self called the Vulnerable Child. This Vulnerable Inner Child is who we all are at birth and it holds our essence so purely. Discover how to re-connect with your Inner Vulnerable Child, learn to care for it consciously, and reap the rewards - particularly ...
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Self Awareness: Primary Selves, Disowned Selves and Opposite Selves

Self-awareness involves recognising the various selves that make up who you are. These include primary and disowned selves. As you become more aware of which selves are running your life, including determining your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, you can start to take charge and have more conscious choice.  Primary Selves Your primary self is the self or group of selves that you identify with, ...
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Heath Ledger and The Joker

When actors play a character they can draw on their own inner selves to help bring the character to life. But what happens when an actor has to play a character extremely different to their usual self? My husband and I have been discussing how difficult it must be for actors when they play roles significantly different to their usual self ...
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Riding the Waves of Life

While I was working on my last book, I'd arrive home after dropping the kids at school and head straight to my desk, ignoring the mess the children love living in. During those uninterrupted hours, nothing could have lured me from my computer. I knew my time was limited (it’s amazing how short the school day seems when it's not you ...