Do you really know yourself well? Are you connected to your true self? The exploration and discovery of oneself are infinite, and this might be what we come to this life for: to know yourself, and to understand life. Self-actualisation has been addressed as the ultimate and utmost layer of human needs that was defined by Maslow in 1962. From my experiences and observation, it is the most fundamental need of our fellow humans. To know who you are, and to be comfortable with who you are, no matter what others think about you, is the secrecy of being a content and happy person.

 

However, our lives are hugely manipulated by the ego-centric culture and value system. We address ourselves with our races, genders, titles, professions, properties…Yet, none of these necessarily relates to, or represents our true self. With the practice of self-connection, you would more and more tune in to your own emotional, spiritual, and physical needs, and honour them in your daily actions. You listen to your intuition, fully inhabit your physical body. You are able to pinpoint what is hurting your feelings, what kind of movement your body is aching for, when you need some alone time, and how what you’re doing in this small moment fits into your larger life purpose. Connection is the sense of feeling truly alive, fully engaged with the life you lead, and welcoming every moment. I can promise you that self-connection is a beautiful journey, and I will be honour to be your companion on this magical ride.

 

Anxiety & Depression

Anxiety and depression have become a more and more “common condition” nowadays. Many of us can relate to them at least at some point in our lives. It’s important to know that anxiety and depression are not something we need to fear, rather, they are human’s natural emotional responses to external stresses and triggers. In other words, they are the results of our survival instincts. What makes real differences in our lives is how to deal with them. 

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Trauma Healing

Everyone is most likely to encounter trauma/s in life despite the scales of the event. It can be bullying from school or workplace, physical or emotional insult, war, natural disasters, and the list goes on. Although human beings are an extremely resilient species, all traumas do leave traces in us, they affect our minds, emotions, biology, and even immune systems.

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Relationship Counselling

Relationships, especially intimate relationships might well be the most challenging task in our lives. Treating a partner as an enemy is not a rare occurrence. Unfortunately, hating our partner or treating him/her badly does not make ourselves any better or happier, quite the contrary indeed. Relationship tension is a killer at home, it also hurts ourselves inside out.

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Self-Connection

Do you really know yourself well? Are you connected to your true self? The exploration and discovery of oneself are infinite, and this might be what we come to this life for: to know yourself, and to understand life. To know who you are, and to be comfortable with who you are, no matter what others think about you, is the secrecy of being a content and happy person.

 

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