Author Archives: RachWharton

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    New Year reflections

    Posted on January 5, 2016 by in Uncategorized

    Last year I had the opportunity to slow down over the winter solstice, Christmas and the run up to the new year. Even though I have some burning desires and potential plans for this year, I tried not to anticipate too much or move forward with anything, but instead went into reflection mode. It was […]

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    Meditation for the feminine

    Posted on August 10, 2015 by in Uncategorized

    Like most of us, I learnt to meditate in the traditional way of sitting in silent observation. This a very appropriate way to learn to meditate and helps to build a strong foundation of awareness which expands out into our everyday lives. But after a while I began to feel like a naughty Yogini! I felt like a fraudster […]

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    When I loved myself enough…

    Posted on June 12, 2015 by in Life

     A couple of months ago I bought a little book called ‘When I loved myself enough’ by Kim McMillen. It’s a cute little book in which the author tells us about all of the things she does now that she has learnt to love herself, for example she says “when I loved my self enough, […]

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    Becoming a grown up

    Posted on May 15, 2015 by in Uncategorized

                  Today has been a special day. It wasn’t my birthday, no one got married (no one I know anyway), and I haven’t got my OBE, but nevertheless it was special to me. No one else knows that today was significant. No friend and no family member. And that’s […]

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    Embracing difficult feelings

    Posted on January 15, 2015 by in Life

                    The New Year kicked off with some unexpected bumpiness for me and while it was pretty uncomfortable, the beauty of the bumpy ride is that it gave me the opportunity to dive through the discomfort and return to the surface with a gem. It seems that over […]

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