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Kite Meditation

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Try this technique if you have problems sitting quietly during meditation. It focuses on your out-breath as the pivot to lead to a deeper relaxed state. Before starting There are three things that you need to be aware of. The first is the awareness of your breath. I’m talking about being able to feel the in-breath and the out-breath…

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Experts reveal hand sanitiser flaws

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In an article in today’s Perth Now (see this link) it was revealed that some hand sanitisers currently on the market were making false claims about their alcohol content. A well known retailer was selling hand sanitiser labelled as 70% alcohol, but when tested it was found that it contained only 23% alcohol. Any formulation containing less than 60%…

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Understand your reaction to COVID-19

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We are now in the midst of COVID-19 and we are all experiencing unprecedented changes in the way we socialise and go about our day to day business. For many this has been a very stressful time. Fear and anxiety of the unknown are common reactions. Understand that what you are experiencing is absolutely normal. You are doing the…

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Hand Sanitiser

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Life in Harmony WA in Perth has limited supplies of alcohol-based hand sanitiser. Packaged in a travel sized 50 mL bottle they are ideal to carry around in your bag or gift to family and friends.  The hand sanitiser has 70% ethanol and a refreshing lavender fragrance from the addition of lavender essential oil. Ingredients: Alcohol, Aqua, Propanediol, Acrylates/C10-C30…

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Support for Parents and Carers

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I’m pleased to have been part of the Mental Health Commission’s volunteer Parent and Family Drug Support network in WA for the last two years.  These Groups are held all around Perth and are a fantastic resource for parents and family members who have loved ones addicted to drugs or alcohol. Support Groups are invaluable for helping carers find…

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Learn to Let Go

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  I have always loved this quote. I have it displayed in my work area as a reminder of how our interactions with one another can have an impact on someone else’s life either positively or negatively. As a clinical hypnotherapist and psychotherapist, I meet with clients who struggle with emotional issues that have stemmed from the actions (or…

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Music, Health, and Well-Being

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Music can be powerful emotionally. It has the ability to uplift and engage you in a way that most other things cannot. Music can reduce anxiety and depression and improve emotional expression, interpersonal skills, self-esteem and quality of life. Studies have shown that by listening to self-selected music it can cause a heightened emotional response and can distract attention…

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Keep the Lines of Communication Open

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Having a loved one addicted to drugs affects the whole family unit. Learning to keep the lines of communication open with your loved one is important even though at times it may seem that the emotional rollercoaster has destroyed any chance of reconnection. Stress levels can be high on both sides, however saying something positive such as “I love…

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Help for Carers of loved ones addicted to drugs

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Watching a loved one spiral out of control through their addiction to drugs is emotionally and physically draining. Relationship breakdowns with other family members is not uncommon and the reality is that this could continue for months or even years. Learn to take back Control. That’s right. You have it within you to control how you react and when…

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