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    reiki sanctuary posted a link on 24 December 2011 - 11:19pm.

    The Reiki Precepts

    Mikao Usui (founder of Reiki) gave us the Reiki Precepts as a self-development aid. Using these Precepts as a ‘how to live guide’ will help you understand; healing your own spirit is paramount. This requires your commitment to look honestly at yourself, every day.

    In preparation for the Reiki Level One Attunement, I ask students to think about how they can incorporate the Reiki Precepts into their lives.

    Reading them, you may ponder, by living them, how could your life be changed?

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    Dr Gary Wood posted a link on 6 March 2010 - 12:41am.

    PsyCentral

    PsyCentral Blog with Psychologist, Coach, Author & Broadcaster Dr Gary Wood - offering a psychological perspective on human social life including current affairs; hug, gender & relationships plus learning, development and coaching insights and tips. . . the odd acerbic comment and the occasional rant.

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    Dr Gary Wood posted a link on 6 March 2010 - 12:41am.

    PsyCentral

    PsyCentral Blog with Psychologist, Coach, Author & Broadcaster Dr Gary Wood - offering a psychological perspective on human social life including current affairs; hug, gender & relationships plus learning, development and coaching insights and tips. . . the odd acerbic comment and the occasional rant.

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    Liana Voia, PhD posted a link on 27 January 2010 - 7:45pm.

    Hypnosis and Beyond

    The blog represents an interactive space for those interested in hypnosis, hypnotherapy, Yoga, EFT, MTT, NLP, shamanism, nutrition and other healing modalities. The blog is being used to exchange ideas, views, beliefs, perspectives in a non-judgemental manner.

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    vicki Raven posted a link on 23 February 2009 - 7:42pm.

    therapy centre

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    Andy Gibson posted a link on 26 January 2009 - 6:16pm.

    21 bad habits

    A helpful Amazon reviewer has taken the time to summarise the 21 bad habits (well, 20 actually) outlined by Marshall Goldsmith in his book "What Got You Here Won't Get You There".

    I've reposted them below:

    Letting winning get in the way of relationships you need
    Dropping too many ideas on those who work for you
    Being judgmental rather than helpful
    Slamming people in public or behind their backs
    Making comments that indicate you disagree with everything that's just been said
    Showing off how smart you think you are
    Saying anything in anger
    Being negative

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    Andy Gibson posted a link on 23 November 2008 - 5:35pm.

    Inspired teaching - free e-course

    My friend Nick worked on this course with a friend of his who has sadly passed away, but he's made it available now for free in his memory. It includes a PDF guide plus two hours of supporting audio comprising seven easy lessons in how to identify what you know and competently teach it.

    As Nick says, "we would love you to have access to Rick’s material free of charge – with just one condition – please use the material to teach what you have to share."

    Might be of interest to all those "long-time learners, first-time teachers" out there?

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