Audacious Health Readings..
Going through change can mean challenging times and may be somewhat difficult to navigate. During such times we may require support, so know that its ok to ask for help. Do what's possible, with what you have, with what you can give, with where you are at. You don't have a crystal ball. Just keep turning up. Focus on what you know and what you're grateful for when things feel overwhelming.
"It'a a funny thing about life, once you begin to take note of the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things that you lack.
5 Top Tips for Achieving your Goals in 2020
1. Have audacious goals but…
Unpack the goal. Break it down into do-able parts /
stages. Break it down into at least five
smaller, attainable goals. Record how you are going to feel having achieved the
goal. Give the goal review checkpoints
and due dates.
2. Track your goals…
Have a system in place that
reminds you how and when to check in on your goals.
Goodbye Summer. Hello Autumn in Australia - March, April and May
For a lot of people, this is their favourite season of the year? Why?
- it isn't too cold or too hot
- comfy candies and knitwear
- autumn leaves
- calmer days, less wind
- warmer meals like soups and stews
- great range of seasonal fruit eg avocado, apples, pears, bananas, custard apples, kiwifruit, pineapple, pawpaw
- and veges eg beetroot, asian greens, broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, silverbeet, sweet potato
- end of daylight savings.
Well, it is my favourite season, but I would say that given April is my birthday month.
Winter is on its way.
Autumn may have had a bit of a false start but the Winter chill is now
Here are 5 key tips for Winter
that you may have lower energy. We
just don’t have as much energy in Winter as we do in Summer. Some clients feel more energized as they don’t
have to battle the Summer heat but at the heart of it you have less energy.
2. Cut out
the cold foods. Chinese Medicine
never favours cold foods.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners long ago observed the relationship between the seasons and the conditions they would see in clients. This observation evolved into a system of advice for the seasons to support the specific needs associated with that season.
Autumn in Traditional Chinese Medicine is related to the energy of the Lungs and Large Intestine.
How do you know if there is something going on with your Lungs and Large Intestine energy?
- The lungs and the large intestine are a major pathway of elimination and related to a healthy immune system.
to Autumn!! Autumn, in Traditional Chinese Medicine, is ruled by the “metal”
element, characterised by contraction and transformation on physical,
emotional, and spiritual levels.
Autumn brings with it a desire to know who we are and to find value and meaning
in what we do. The emotions associated with the metal element are grief,
sadness, reflection and “letting go” like the trees letting go of their leaves.
associated health problems in the lungs (e.g. allergies and asthma), and with
the large intestines as well as skin disorders (e.