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Broken pieces

The Japanese practise the art of fixing broken objects. They say that things that break don't necessarily become useless. No, instead something that suffered a damage has a history! And by showing the scars it can become (even more) beautiful! Isn't that just a lovely way to look at things? The mending of broken pieces with… Continue reading Broken pieces

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Anticipation instead of Expectations

We are into our 8th week of the move and it has been an interesting personal journey with a lot of positive anticipation. I feel less overwhelmed, pressured and stressed and am overall more at ease. And I do believe a big part for that is that I (subconsciously?) replaced expectations with anticipation. To be… Continue reading Anticipation instead of Expectations

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Visualisation for relaxation

Relaxation is a process that leaves the body and mind relaxed and calm, yet focused. There are many different ways to relax but I find visualisation one of the easiest ones to get into. Especially when times are stressy, it's a quick way to feel more grounded and balanced again. Do you use it as a relaxation… Continue reading Visualisation for relaxation