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Practicing Radical Self Care to heal ourselves and our planet.

Do you feel stressed out, overwhelmed, anxious and unwell?

Are you also distressed about the state of the world?

Start by taking care of yourself.

Healthier happier people create a healthier happier world.

Our feelings of anger, sadness, overwhelm, being numb and feeling unwell can be valid responses to world events. However, they may be amplified by unresolved issues in our own lives. Our emotional and physical dis-ease are sign posts showing us something, somewhere is out of balance.

By practicing Radical Self Care we learn how to create calmer, simpler more deeply connected lives. As our life improves we not only become clear about our part in healing the world, we also find the energy to get on with it.,

Radical self care

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”
Mahatma Gandhi

Do you wish

  • You felt less despair about the state of the world?

  • You no longer felt so tired and exhausted all the time?

  • You could stop feeling so overwhelmed?

  • Life was just simpler and calmer?

  • You felt better about yourself?

  • You knew what you could do to make a difference?

Imagine creating a life where

  • You felt less despair about the state of the world?

  • You no longer felt so tired and exhausted all the time?

  • You could stop feeling so overwhelmed?

  • Life was just simpler and calmer?

  • You felt better about yourself?

  • You knew what you could do to make a difference?

Change is always possible

With the right help and support I believe Change Is Always Possible. As you learn how to practice Radical Self Care you will move towards a simpler, calmer more deeply connected life you love.

“I cannot do all the good that the world needs. But the world needs all the good that I can do.”
Jana Stanfield