Urge Surfing

Urge Surfing

Cravings are powerful emotions that underlie habitual behaviours. We all
experience them, whether they are cravings for food, alcohol, cigarettes or other very addictive substances.

The truth about Ice Addiction

The truth about Ice Addiction

ICE ADDICTION IS A KEY ISSUE IN AUSTRALIA WHICH NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT DIFFERENTLY IF WE ARE ABLE TO RECOVER FROM IT.

Do you even Journal?

Do you even Journal?

It is true that I journal to enable my stationary addiction but it also has some very positive side-effects.

Shame

Shame

Shame is the great divide between how we are behaving and how we wish we would behave - the space that occurs when we either don't live true to ourselves and our values or are so disconnected from both ourselves and our values we don't know what they even are.

The Last 5 minutes before you go to Sleep

The Last 5 minutes before you go to Sleep

What are you thinking about when you get into bed and are about to go to sleep?

It’s an important question, because when we’re asleep our subconscious mind is busy at work.

Life Hacks for a Better Year

Life Hacks for a Better Year

When you make a strong decision, your mind and body go to work on making it happen with action.

The 5 Types of Love from the Tao Te Ching

The 5 Types of Love from the Tao Te Ching

It’s been over 2,500 years since Lao Tzu was around. His wisdom definitely stands the test of time, none more so than the 5 types of love.

The first 3 are ‘pathological contradictions’ of Love.

The last 2 are healthy expressions of it.

Choose your Stress

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Choose your Stress

Is stress our bitter enemy? Or is it our trusty sidekick?

It’s both, depending on the type of stress and how we perceive it.

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Comfort vs. happiness

Comfort vs. happiness

We are always trying to find comfort in our lives, but does this stop us from growing as a person?

Want to help us?

Want to help us?

It means so much to us as we have dedicated our lives to this project and are deeply passionate about people and their health in Australia.

Why do we dislike people?

Why do we dislike people?

Generally we tend to like others who are like us or have something in common with.