I love spending time with my female friends ❤️

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Quality time doesn’t come that high in my love languages but I LOVE connecting, catching up, having deep, real conversations, having a good laugh and making unappropriate, silly jokes. Time goes super quick in moments like these.

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I love seeing my friends create the life they want to have. It makes me feel we’re creating it together and we’re rising together. There is no competition when we’re all expressing our unique essence ✨
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Celynn Morin is one of them. It’s been very beautiful to meet her a year ago and grow our friendship. We have the same drive, love for good food, appreciation for beauty, love for our own space and love for sacredness, rituals and sensuality. I love how she shares her heart openly, vulnerably and generously with me ❤️
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Create time and space for moments, people who nourish you, fill you up, make you remember life is not just about achieving, but also about being and enjoying 🙌🏼
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I love you gorgeous woman Celynn ❤️
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✨ “Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.” ✨

✨ “The universe is not outside of you. Look inside yourself; everything that you want, you already are.” ✨

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✨ “Forget safety. Live where you fear to live.” ✨
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- Rumi
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I couldn’t choose 😃
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Women's Breathwork & Movement Journey is next week!
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This is a space where you step into your power, feel connected to your body and come back home to yourself through breathwork & movement amongst other women.
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12 September Thursday
Columba Space, Camden Town
6:30pm // £30
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Come join, we’ll go deep 😘
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I love you 💛
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🎵 Findings - August Wilhelmsson

💛 Hardships Soften You 💛

2018 was the hardest time in my life. I went through a painful seperation while grieving my dad. .

I’m very grateful for this period as it made me who I am today. I softened, I let go and I surrendered more.

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I recorded this video a month ago. I’m very open in these videos about what happened and how I chose to respond to it. I feel the emotions as I speak. I hope it gives you what you needed to hear ❤️

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If you’re going through a tough time, I’m here for you, just reach out to me 🙏🏼 We’re all human and we’re in this together ✨

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I love you 💛

💛 SEPTEMBER WORKSHOPS 💛

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September’s here!

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Here are the workshops I’m holding this month 🙌🏼
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Women’s breathwork journey is limited space, book your place soon if you’d like to join 😘 There is the monthly mixed one continuing as usual.
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I’m also covering a morning breathwork class for my friend Octavia McDonald in Lifespace Healing. Come join!
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12th Thursday // 6:30-9:30pm
Columba Space, Camden Town

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23rd Monday // 10-11am
Lifespace Healing, Notting Hill

Freedom Through Breath // A Breathwork Journey Through Breath // A Breathwork Journey
27th Friday // 6:30-9:30pm
Centre 151, Haggerston

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29th Monday // 10-11am
Lifespace Healing, Notting Hill

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All tickets are in the link in the title. For the morning breathwork class, head to Lifespace to book your place ✨
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Happy September! 🍃
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I love you 💛
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Dancing with the sunset 🌅

Two dances I went to this week have been beautiful ✨

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I learn so much through dancing, with myself and with others. Especially with others, I see where I’m aloof, where I’m needy, where I’m people pleasing, where I’m in my head, where I’m not clear with my boundaries. It reflects instantly all around me.
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I notice and bring my energy back to myself. I give myself what I want to receive from others in my sovereignty and in my power. In that place, I know I’m safe because I can hold myself. Its very loving, freeing and empowering.
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I partner up with myself, my inner masculine and feminine dance together. I feel whole and complete. I see everyone on the dancefloor as whole and complete, all unique and beautiful in their own way.
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I love you 💛
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Another proud adulting moment from today✌🏼

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All the posts I put out there, I upload them to my blog as well. 

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I update my blog before I send out my newsletter. Then I give an update on my life linking to my blog posts. So really I need to have an up to date blog to send a newsletter out.
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I’ve put off updating my blog for 3 MONTHS. So now I had 85 posts to upload 😂 I also haven’t sent out a newsletter due to that in this time 🙈
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So today in between 2 sessions and 2 calls, I went for it. I uploaded 54 posts! 31 left 😍❤️
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Going through my old posts, I liked all the comments I completely ignored, so you might receive a notification from me liking your comment from 8 weeks ago 😂 better late than never. I always appreciate your comments, if I don’t reply its due to not being as organised as I’d like to be, it’s never personal. I welcome all comments 🙌🏼
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So a newsletter will come your way SOON!! If you’d like to receive it, message me your email address 😘
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Tips I found useful for extra productivity:
✨ Leave your phone in your bag or in another room 📱
✨ Listen to deep house for repetitive tasks 🔊
✨ Move your body, head, shoulder to the music rather than being completely still and hunched over your laptop. Then it turns into a dance session 💃🏽
✨ Make heart drawings and paint them in with every task you finish, make what is boring - fun 🎨
✨ Get blue light blocking glasses so your eyes are all good and less tired 👓
✨ Coffee helps, don’t overdose. My workout in the morning is like my coffee, then I had a coffee today for the afternoon☕️
✨ Go to a cafe nearby with no laptop charger, you’ll have a time deadline 💻
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Also WOMEN’S BREATHWORK & MOVEMENT JOURNEY is on the 12th September. Tickets are on Women's Breathwork & Movement Journey

Now I’m off to dancing! 😍🙌🏼

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I love you 💛

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💚 COMMITMENT TO LOVE 💚

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This post is dedicated to me and Aaron Le Conte’s friendship ✨

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Over the last 1.5 years, we committed to turn our intimate relationship into deep friendship. When I reflect and look at my life our friendship is something I deeply cherish and honour. So I’d love to tell you more about it as I think it’s pretty rare the journey we went on.

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In summary, Aaron and I met three years ago. We went super deep and fast into our relationship. Our first date turned into 3 days where we told each other “I love you”. Fast forward one year, every moment we were triggered by each other, we held space for each other to do a healing around it. This was very intense and to be honest not sustainable in the long run 😃

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As we decided to end our intimacy, we wanted to be friends forever for real. So we decided to hold each other through our seperation, to open our hearts even more rather than shutting down.

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This wasn’t a walk in the park. I can honestly say this breakup was the hardest thing I had to go through as it brought up so many wounds to the surface while my dad passed away as well. During this time parts of me literally died.

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I want to celebrate the qualities of this man that have deeply transformed my life:

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✨ His unconditional love. He loves me as I am and to this day carries on to do so. He showed me what unconditional love can feel and look like in a relationship and how it doesn’t have to go away after breakups. He showed me how when you love someone as they are unconditionally, they blossom and become more of who they truly are.

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✨ His support. From day 1, he encouraged me to step into my power, start and build my business. When I wanted to stop, he helped me to carry on. He still helps me with my business. He edits my meditations, gives me business strategy sessions, assists me with the breathwork journeys when he’s around. He still did, even when we were going through a tough time together. He was able to put our process aside and serve.

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✨ His commitment to his growth. He doesn’t share as much on social media but I know that he sits down every day, goes within into his darkness with his processes, feels uncomfortable emotions and always finds a way to get to the other side of it. It’s very inspiring to witness.

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✨ His love for his loved ones. He would do anything for his family and friends, he feels geniune joy out of helping them unconditionally with pure love and no agenda.

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✨ His silliness. Behind all the peace, love and the hugs he gives out, there’s a silly boy with a dark humour.

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He taught me how to connect with my heart and my body. He taught me how to let go of the idea of what something should look like and be open to what it might become. And he taught me the beauty of spending hours together as quality time.

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He showed me how love can be supporting your ex partner to be ready to attract their future partner.

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Here are few things we did that enabled us to transition and to be great friends today:

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❤️ Being vulnerable and open with each other ❤️

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If there’s even a slight little thing that feels off or triggering, we share it IN THE MOMENT in how we make each other feel. Of course we had moments where we manipulated each other but we called each other out and came back to honesty.

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❤️ Telling each other what we need ❤️

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At some point during our breakup, we asked each other exactly what we needed to hear looking into each other’s eyes. It went something like this: “Us breaking up doesn’t mean neither of us is not good enough or worthy of love, it means we’re not right for each other.”

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❤️ Having time apart with periods of no communication ❤️

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Some time apart helped in letting go of the relationship and remembering who we are without the relationship. We had few weeks where we didn’t speak, but always reconnected and checked in how we were both doing.

❤️ Trusting the truth of we’re not right for each other ❤️

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This was a hard one to accept because there is so much love between us. It also showed us how if we’re letting go of this which was true, something even more aligned is coming. We also connected with our future partners’ energy and described it for each other which helped with letting each other go. If you’re not focusing on the future, you can’t let the past go.

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❤️ Not leaving a conversation without resolving ❤️

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We would argue, talk, eventually be vulnerable and open until we come to a resolution. At times, this was happened to be inconvenient places like 2am at night or tube stations. We left things unresolved few times and it got worse, there was more to resolve afterwards. Better sooner then later. Best way I feel to end a conflict is to catch yourself when you’re in your Ego, admit out loud you’re in your Ego. Then you hold each other and come back to love together.

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❤️ Choosing friendship first ❤️

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We wanted to be friends first. When we decided to break up, we got matching triangle tattoos on our ankles to commit to our friendship. We promised to treat each other how friends would treat each other during this seperation, with respect, love and decency.

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This is what worked for us. I know its not for everyone. Some relationships are those where you just need to leave and not look back. And some have a potential to turn into beautiful friendships. If this is something you want to create and both sides want it, it is possible with honesty, vulnerability and direct communication.

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I believe true love between two people never goes away. It doesn’t have to just because there was a breakup. It can transform into a form of love that is even deeper. Aaron is like a brother and a super close friend to me now. I cried many times while I wrote this post feeling the love, appreciation and gratitude I have for him.

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This photo was taken back in April after a breathwork journey eating at Pizza Express which is a ritual we do to celebrate. Aaron was away for 3 months and I’m super excited that he’s in London for a week now 😍

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There is no set in stone way of going about in relationships. You decide how you want to start, create and end a relationship. Be honest with yourself. What is your truth? Have an open, honest conversation about it and follow that.

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I’d love to hear your thoughts or questions below ✨

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I love you 💛

Another embarrasing adulting moment from me today ✌🏼

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I had to update my home address. I thought the only place which does this is far away from where I lived.

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So I postponed doing it for 1.5 YEARS 😂
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Anyway, today I decided, no more postponing this, I’ll get it done today. I went there only for them to tell me I could’ve done it around the corner from where I lived 😑
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I ended up sorting it out today. Here’s how the conversation went about:
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Police officer: “You were meant to do this 7 days within your move. It’s been over a year.”
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Me: “I know.”
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Her: “What was the reason you didn’t?”
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Me: “My dad died. I went through a breakup. I got ill.”
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Her: (Bit of a pause) “Ok I’ll write that down.”
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Me: “Is there a fine?”
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Her: “No, but I need to write the reason to tell you off.”
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Me: “Is this you telling me off?”
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Her: “Yeah.”
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We both smiled.
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Go do that boring paperwork or errand you’ve being putting off. It’s freeing 🎉
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I did another one today, I feel like a proud adult 🙌🏼
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I love you 💛
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✨ MAGIC OF THE DAY ✨

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At the weekend, I wandered around Hampstead Heath and went into a bookstore. I always check the children’s books section as some are really deep concepts simplified and they end up being both for children and grown-ups actually.

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I found a children’s book called “Cry Heart, but never break” by Glenn Ringtved. Feeling intrigued, I sat cross legged and started reading.
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It’s a story about how death is a natural part of life, how joy and grief cannot exist one another. Here’s how the story goes:
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In a small house, lived four children with their grandmother. One day she had a visitor. The children knew it was Death who came for their grandmother.
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The children made the plan to keep Death away from their grandmother by giving him coffee all through the night. Every time Death emptied his cup, they would offer him more.
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Time passed and finally, Death was ready. The children asked him why their grandmother had to die. Death wanted to help them understand. So he told them a story.
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There lived two brothers called Sorrow and Grief. Woeful and sad, they moved up and down their gloomy valley, never looking up. At the top of those hills, there lived two sisters called Joy and Delight. Bright and sunny, they were full of happiness, but they felt they couldn’t fully enjoy their happiness.
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One day the brothers and the sisters met and they fell in love with each other. After their double wedding, they moved into neighboring houses halfway-up and halfway-down the hill. They lived to be very old. When the time came to die, Grief and Joy died on the same day. So did Sorrow and Delight.
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After telling the story Death said, “It is the same with life and death.
What would life be worth is there were no death?
Who would enjoy the sun if it never rained?
Who would yearn for day if there were no night?”
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Then Death stood up and went upstairs. Moments later, the children heard the upstairs window open. Then, in a voice somewhere between a cry and a whisper, Death said, “Fly. Soul. Fly, fly away.”
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The children hurried upstairs. Grandmother had died. Looking at the children, Death said, “Cry, Heart, but never break. Let yours tears of grief and sadness help begin new life.” Then he left.
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In the years that followed, the children loved with their joy and their sorrow, but they always remembered Death’s words and took great comfort from their hearts, which grieved and cried but never broke.
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It’s pretty deep for a children’s book 😃
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It’s my favourite one after “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls”. I loved it so much I bought it for my inner little girl, who didn’t know how to process sadness, now she does 🙌🏼
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Highly recommend getting this book, it’s never too early to teach about emotions to your children or too late for your inner child 🙏🏼
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I love you 💛

I swam in the pond on Hampstead Heath for the first time today with this gorgeous one 😍 

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We went to the Ladies Pond and it was so freeing to be naked amongst other women while sunbathing. I looked around and saw how every womxn’s body was beautiful and unique in their own way. I saw stretch marks (I have them), love handles, tanlines, scars and cellulites (I have them too). Things that we don’t see on media. And I loved everything I saw.

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What you see on magazines don’t exist. Someone else’s opinion on your body is just an opinion. You decide if you take it on board or not.
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Imagine a world where the only beauty standard you have is how your body is right now, appreciating and loving everything your body is because no one else has it. A world where people treat their bodies as sacred temples 😘
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Thank you Daisy Wilson my love for such a lovely day ☀️🥰💛
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#hampsteadheath #hampsteadladiespond #loveyourbody #bodypositive