Entries by Sarena

Music & Sound That Heals

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“Whether it is classical music, indigenous drumming or ancient chants, the power of sound and music has long been a potent healing tool in cultures around the world. Ancient and traditional peoples, as well as 21st century researchers, have documented music’s astonishing role in healing. Through relaxation and stimulation, pain control and stress reduction, or […]

Nepal & the Covid-19 Crises.  Can you Help?

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As with all countries during this pandemic, Nepal has been hit very hard with Covid -19, and now the Delta variant is sweeping the country.  Whole families are dying.  Young, fit healthy people are dying.  There is a great shortage of oxygen and ventilators and of course they have no help with health care or […]

The Resistant Blogger…

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A Blog on not blogging… It is over a year now since I wrote a blog.  In the past, never the most prolific, I tended to share information about areas of my work that could be helpful to people.  Yoga inspired articles, an insight into the new science of positive psychology, the down side of […]

Forget the ultra bendy…

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A little muse on REAL Yoga… Yoga was developed not for the “strong, flexible/bendy body” that is so often portrayed in the media, but to prepare you for seated meditation; easing out the kinks and knots, the tightness that develops through daily life, we are better able to sit still, in comfort.  Equally, through movement […]

The Not So Jolly Holidays? Part 2

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When we don’t want to feel what we feel, or be where we are, or do what we’re doing – we resist what is. And when we resist what is – it persists. But we can take some simple steps to take us from where we are – to a little closer to where we’d […]

The Not So Jolly Holidays…

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10 Ideas for those who are struggling… So many social media posts and magazine articles highlight how difficult this time of year can be; loneliness, money worries, family arguments, marital breakdown, grieving, lack of sunlight/SAD syndrome, depression… This is for you if you’re struggling.  As someone who has found Christmas difficult at times, I know […]