Author: Julie

How to deal with irritation?

I don’t think this cat needs therapy!   She seems very talented in dealing with potentially irritating stimuli! Getting irritated One common problem that a lot of people seem to have, that they do not recognise as a problem, is getting

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Shiva Nata different styles

If you saw my previous video and blog on Shiva Nata you will see from the video ) that this is a completely different style of Shiva Nata.  This is a beautiful graceful way to do this, and it just shows

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Shiva Nata for Brain Training

Shiva Nata is the Dance of Shiva.  It is a wonderful exercise based on yoga which gives your brain the best workout possible! I got very bored with computer-based brain training games, and knew I really needed to improve my

From the Bottom of the Pond

If you want to enhance your spiritual development and really get some very interesting information on how to “be in the now” I think you will be interested in this book.  I read this marvellous book after reading “Star Pilgrim”

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Body Cortices

This is a very easy to do exercise from the Body Talk system of healing.  It is very useful when you feel fatigued or overwhelmed, and can noticably refresh you.  It only takes a few minutes do to – try

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“Star Pilgrim” by Simon Small

This book is actually spiritual science fiction novel – but it is so much more than that, and the most unusual and uplifting book I have ever read. I read this book twice in one month.  The first time it was

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Effectively Managing Panic Attacks

I have recently learned a new effective way to teach you how to manage your panic attacks. The unpleasant sensations of a panic attack are your body’s preparation for flight or fight, and when there is no tangible danger the

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Emotrance for on the spot stress

A couple of weeks ago in the evening, my very affectionate cat Saffy, suddenly got out of her basket and had obvious trouble breathing and was clearly experiencing a lot of stress.  I realised it was a real emergency, and actually

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Do snowdrops need stress to bloom?

I have just been reading how certain spring-flowering bulbs like daffodils and snowdrops need a certain period of winter chilling, below 7.2C for up to 1,500 hours, in order to bloom.  This is because when the buds are formed during late

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Julie de Burgh – Hypnotherapist West London, Ealing, W13

I have quite a few interests and I reckon the common theme is personal/spiritual development, maintaining physical health, and learning about the wonders of the physical and natural universe. Over the years I have explored many different ways to do

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