Posts Tagged ‘intention’

Trusting oneself to do what we intend to do

I attended a 3-day intensive seminar last weekend. Thirty participants and yet I felt very alone when I really did wish to connect with others. If they were looking in my direction, I noticed they would very quickly avert their gaze, without saying a word, they had other people to connect with. This repeated itself again…

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Wishing and Willing

There’s a Buddhist saying that “when the student is ready, the teacher will appear.” I’m a firm believer in that since I discovered the Alexander Technique. Maybe there is something in your life with which you’ve been struggling, with which it would be useful to get some assistance? We cannot always resolve our ‘problems’ and…

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Direction of our human laboratory

If we are unhappy about some aspect of ourselves, whether this be a failed relationship, in some way our looks, level of confidence, emotional reasons or our reactions towards the opinions of others, then the tendency is to remain unhappy with this rather than taking the time to observe ourselves. We may even develop a critical habit, which…

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