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Reclaim your power!~ By Frances Goodall

This weeks video blog shares a tool from shamanism called ‘cord cutting’ combined with EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to support you in reclaiming your power and your health. A key piece in my recovery journey was to learn to be able to disentangle myself...

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Chronic Illness and Anger: Allowing Rage to Flow

Life in a woman’s body, with its monthly cycles and constantly shifting nature, is a life coloured with all kinds of emotions. It can be overwhelming to really feel them all, and we receive a great training from childhood to only express the ‘nice’ ones: “if you’re...

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12 Steps to Wellbeing for Women with Chronic Illness

This is adapted from a blog on my other site (www.francesgoodall.com). It is a short version of an ebook I am just finishing off that goes into greater depth, to get your copy of the ebook when it is finished go here. Commit to radical self care…. 1) Look after your...

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Awakening Through Chronic Illness ~ By Frances

“In the broken places, the light shines through.” ~Leonard Cohen Could chronic illness be a guide to support us on a path to healing and awakening to who we truly are? Could it be that the illness has come to teach a lesson, to guide the sufferer back to wellness and...

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The Dark Gift of Chronic Illness is Intimacy

  Again and again we sit eye to eye with pain. And although we all would have probably chosen an easier path, we can’t help but acknowledge that we’re becoming warriors, armed with reserves of strength, humour and patience we never could have imagined. Every...

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The Healing Power of Women’s Circles

The beauty of circles. As an eleven years old, my favourite thing is the world was being with my three best girlfriends. We were the class geeks, and chose to spend our lunchtimes away from the hustle and bustle of the playground and other kids, sitting in the...

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Oxytocin – The Healing Key Within the Female Body

The benefits of Oxytocin. I just learnt that up until about twenty years ago, all stress research was done on men. The female body’s hormones fluctuate so much that it is challenging to measure hormonal responses, so researchers simply didn’t include them in their...

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