The Gift of Listening for Christmas

It’s that time of year again. Christmas. The C word. How are you feeling about it? Exhausted at the prospect? Looking forward to some time off? Can’t wait to put it behind you and crack on with the New Year? Either way, this is the very best time to buy yourself a gift, the gift of listening, for Christmas. I’m offering my Listening Vouchers in the lead up to Christmas and the New Year for you to buy yourself something nice which you can cash in whenever you like…after things calm down a bit, once everyone’s gone back to work […]

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The Power of Words

I used to think my favourite thing in the whole wide world was the written word. Certainly it is right up there. I love to write, this is my fourth blog post written on the trot today, for instance. And they just rolled off my virtual pen. What I love about writing is being fully heard. People read what I write and they know what I’m thinking. In my family we don’t do that. We are talkers. We talk, we don’t listen. And we interrupt. Certainly I still have that disease, the one of interrupting, and I am training myself […]

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BIG TALK Launches Today!

If you are the sort of person who feels better for a good talk, join the club. Me too! As a woman who’s been helping her clients enjoy happier lives for nearly 40 years, I’ve enjoyed thousands and thousands of conversations with people just like you. And I know it makes a big difference to have someone with whom to share things you might not have told another living soul, perhaps not even admitted to yourself. A confidante An ally A secret weapon Someone who helps you excavate your best you I’ve discovered that lots of us get clear about […]

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Rod Stewart, My Brother and Me

As listeners to one of the festive episodes of the podcast will know, Rod Stewart is my brother’s favourite singer and he (my bro) takes much stick in my family for being stuck in his heyday musically, and stuck in Rod’s heyday too. Rod is famous for not wanting to talk about it. My brother too, except under certain circumstances which you can never completely predict although, after all these years, I can tell you when it’s odds on. Nevertheless he would be the first to say he likes to keep us in anticipation, on our toes. He wouldn’t want […]

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Relentlessly Jolly and Can-Do

I am relentlessly jolly (ho ho ho) and can-do. It is just who I am. Allison G calls me the Queen of Positive Thinking. This is mainly true but I can moan with the best of them. I have a couple of people in my life I can moan about until the cows come home and others lose the will to live. And, as regular readers will know, I used to moan about Christmas a lot too. But no more. People don’t like moaners. They want you to shut the **** up, find a solution and move on. They wonder […]

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Decisions, Decisions

We all have the propensity to procrastinate when it comes to decisions. When listening to another person’s problems, it’s all too obvious what they should do – and pronto, and yet supporting them to find a way through can be challenging. So many of the decisions we need to make look easy in another’s life but impossible in our own. And those sorts of decisions can only be made by us and only when we’re good and ready. Should I start yet another new business or just focus on the one in hand? Can I love someone and let them go? Is bankruptcy really my […]

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Transformational Life Coaching VIP Days in London with Judith Morgan

At a crossroads in your life? Need to make some big bold decisions? Overdue to move it on upwards – or sideways – or go on a self-discovery adventure? Love yourself enough to take time out, just to think things through and clear your head? Ready to invest in your own personal development? I have believed in magic all my life. My interest in personal development and the esoteric stepped up in 1992 when I was 37 and just six months before my father died. What I learned helped me through that. In 2002/3 I trained as a life coach […]

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On Being A Sounding Board: Rewards and Frustrations

For about half of each working day, I listen to clients while they work out their problems. They appreciate a sounding board and no matter what the issue is, they generally have a sense of their own solution. Nevertheless, it helps to talk things through. Things like how much to charge. Things like how to sort out a rather messy situation which has arisen in their business, or a dilemma with one of their own clients. And what strikes me is this. Robust human beings already know what to do, they have an inner knowing but they also appreciate the opportunity to […]

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The Soul2Soul Listening Project: Report Week 4

Soul Chat #22 L is a live-in carer who described herself as having lived a gypsy life and being of no fixed abode. She talked of her daredevil streak and we shared the stuff she loves in her downtime. L was one of several people who told me how much they are enjoying the Barefoot Doctor’s Sunday Satsangs and I managed to sign up just in time for the final one this coming weekend. I particularly like the sound of his rose gold breathing. Another gift. Soul Chat #23 J debated ease -v- pain, how to be light and yin […]

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The Soul2Soul Listening Project: Report Week 3

Soul Chat #17 R is a woman who releases in a rush of tears. When I send her the recording afterwards and she listens to her own wisdom, she gives herself permission to do less and switch off more, noticing that she has been receiving universal nudges to do precisely this. Soul Chat #18 S is another tearful one, who definitely did not want to surrender to the emotion but couldn’t help herself. She was so grateful that she’d been honest and authentic, giving herself permission to “should” less, grieve fully for a parent-in-law and forgive herself. She wrote later […]

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