Video: The Power of Self-Acceptance – a participant speaks

Video: The Power of Self-Acceptance – a participant speaks

The Power of Self-Acceptance A participant speaks about her experience of participating in Making Moves courses over 20 years and how she learned self-acceptance. This video was filmed at the book launch of From Wallflower to Sunflower. She first attended in 1996 to the very first 6 session group I ran. This is her account of the discoveries she made

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Article: Is it the Nasty People who get ahead? The power of natural authority.

Article: Is it the Nasty People who get ahead? The power of natural authority.

How to claim you’re natural authority and hold your own against dominant people We’ve seen them in films, on TV, we’ve read about them in books – nasty guys who get to the top and throw their weight about – and make everyone else’s life a misery. They’re the dominant types, the alpha types, the bullies that make a lot

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Overcoming writer’s block: how to write like a dream even when you think you can’t

Overcoming writer’s block: how to write like a dream even when you think you can’t

Many people struggle with writing or experience writers block. And it’s not surprising. As a child you are taught how to form the letters, about grammar and how to construct sentences  – but after that you are expected to be able to write. It’s like teaching someone how to do the basics of arithmetic – and then expecting them to

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The Call to Adventure – life as a daring adventure

The Call to Adventure – life as a daring adventure

How to follow your deepest calling and live your life as a magical adventure The Call to Adventure If you’ve ever heard the quote by Helen Keller…. “Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing” …..you may be forgiven for feeling daunted. Maybe that’s because you’re standing on the threshold of a new adventure right now. There’s a new direction

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Is living in your head doing you any good?

Is living in your head doing you any good?

Or what they should have taught you at school “As I grew up everything started getting grey and dull. I could still remember the amazing intensity of the world I’d lived in as a child, but I thought the dulling of perception, was an inevitable consequence of age.” Keith Johnstone Did you feel like Keith Johnstone – that life lost

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