REFLECTION

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July 26, 2019

Oh my goodness. Is it really more than a year since I posted a blog here? Unfortunately and fortunately, yes... yes it is. 

Both unfortunate and fortunate, Krystyna? Do explain.

Sure Krystyna, I'd love to. (Eh, it's late on a Friday night and my subtle sense of humour has abandoned ship and left the ridiculous one in command! ;) )

It's unfortunate because it simply means I haven't been keeping up with regular injection o...

December 11, 2016

We all have struggles in life, and sometimes it can be hard to know how to deal with the pain. Today I'm talking about dealing with internal distress and discomfort. Our minds can often become the problem, but we can take responsibility for our minds, experiences and choices so that we can live and serve more effectively despite the problems

July 18, 2016

So far in this series, I've partially deconstructed that difficult phrase “It’s all in your head,” and uncovered its source in Descartes’ desire to avoid being burned alive at the stake (really), and in the assumption that physical material reality (the body) matters more than the mind in understanding humanity. I also made the point that the conscious mind is influential in its own right, because when we direct...

June 27, 2016

Last week, we started deconstructing that difficult phrase, "It's all in your head". Sometimes people use it to deny someone else's experience – they can’t see it, they don’t feel it, therefore it doesn’t exist, and we must be ones out of touch with reality; or sometimes it reflects their assumption that an idea that is not actually physically present is automatically suspect or less important. How did...

June 20, 2016

 It’s a phrase we’ve all heard, in some shape or form, directed either at us or to someone within our hearing.

“It’s all in your head.”

“Get over it. It’s just in your head. It doesn’t matter.”

“You’re making it up.”

“You’re just imagining things.”

“You’re taking it too much to heart.”

"You're overthinking things."

It’s a phrase used to describe anything that may only exist in someone’s mind – assuming that people are kind e...

April 25, 2016

How many of you were crammers at school? I certainly was. Squashing a term's worth of work into 2 days of hasty revision was my usual study strategy. If you flip through my university textbooks you’ll see pages and pages of highlighted text. Somehow, the act of reading, deciding which the significant points were, and then scribbling all over those with neon-coloured pens, worked to fix the information in my head well...

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