Ageing Gracefully: Feel young and vibrant beyond your age

Many of us spend our younger years desparate to grow up, get older and be more independent. To drive a car, go to clubs and all the other things that come with being a young adult. But, at a certain time in our life we realise that we are no longer so keen to add 

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BeBliss Changes: accepting & seizing impermanence

Our bodies, our cells, brain cells, hair, nails, and organs are renewing, dying, transforming, constantly. Our skin renews every 2-4 weeks, even our heart 3-4 times in our lifetime. And so the time has also come for Gabrielle’s much loved BeBliss Yoga studio, BeBliss Village of friends (sangha) to change and transform. We are all constantly transforming and 

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Life after a Silent Meditation Retreat: How to Ease back into daily life – Part 3/3

Transitioning back into normal life can be a bit bumpy after a Silent Retreat. Here are my Tips to support you… Long periods of silence, the easy set routine, no daily chores like cooking/cleaning/washing, and time for yourself each day. Many retreats support this transition with a shared last meal or a sharing circle, where 

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Preparing for a Silent Meditation Retreat: Tips for you – Part 2/3

Entering into a retreat environment, in particular a Silent Meditation Retreat away from your day-to-day luxuries, with no verbal or other communication is very different to spending the weekend at home alone. (although can be amazing too!) So here are my handy tips to consider in preparation for and to allow for a smoother transition to 

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Silent Meditation Retreat: Why you should consider one – Part 1/3

The below reasons have helped me to decide about when and why to embark on a Silent Retreat: Surrender Detachment: I find it’s often best to go into a Retreat/Course – (when you have the purpose of deep personal development) – to completely surrender to the content, the format and the people involved. It’s not 

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The simple life: 4 ways to reduce our reliance on technology

I was watching a 1960’s movie the other day and it struck me that everything involved a cigarette. The actors smoked as they talked in coffee shops, on the street, and in business meetings at the office or a restaurant. They smoked before and after dinner and throughout it. They smoked first thing in the 

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How to Understand Personality

More and more I am being asked to help individuals and businesses to reach their full potential. Understanding personality types has been a great tool to assist me with the development of their team, culture and connection, which leads to happier employees and better overall productivity & profitability. Health & Wellbeing Understanding ourselves is a 

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