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All posts by: Rowan Armstrong

The past four articles have taken you on a journey looking at nature plays an important role in shaping how you feel.  It has given you some adventures you can experience when you are out and about enabling you to...
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How well do you feel what’s your mood like today?  Is your thinking crystal clear?  How is your energy level today, the past few days?  Do you regularly ask yourself these types of questions?  May be you check in with...
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Like to know more?  Why not book a free exploration session? When you go to the beach, park a walk in the country side how do you engage with the environment?  Do you just let wash over you,  looking out...
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What has nature ever done for me?  You may ask.  Nature provides us with your life support system,  our food.  Yes even our industrialised farming still requires help from the environment.  Bees to pollinate our crops,  wasps, hover flies and...
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This series will explore nature and how it can help you connect with your inner world.  We’ll look at inspiration we can draw from nature.  Everywhere you look the natural seeks to burst forth.  A crack in the pavement will...
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Over the past four articles we have examined how values help to define who we are and help to give us our direction in life.  We also learnt that if we are live at odds with our values we feel...
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One of my core values is the love of nature and all that it does for us.  That’s why when a client books a session whether it’s a free exploration call or session I make a donation to the Woodlands...
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You have identified your values and looked at the type of emotions that you may feel when a value is either supported or ignored.  Values act as a compass and allow us to note if anything is missing in life....
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The article covid-19 and values looked at values that you hold as a underlying system.  You may have found that narrowing down to just ten then three and finally one incredibly difficult;  it is.  We aren’t defined by just one...
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Did you play the value game yesterday?  What did you learn about yourself were you surprised by anything you chose from the list?  Sometimes when we see a list of values and then asked to choose the ones that are...
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