The Positive Habit Weekly Blog – 24th February, 2020 – Who is in Your Positive Tribe?

The Positive Habit Weekly Blog – 24th February, 2020 – Who is in Your Positive Tribe?

One of the many things I love about my work is that I am constantly meeting new people. With my clients, I have the privilege of listening to their inner lives, their worlds and doing my best to make that space peaceful. With my colleagues, I have the opportunity to make new friends with like-minded people and to collaborate to help more people.

Speaking of collaboration, ‘This is Me’ is an event that I along with Psychotherapist, Siobhan Murray, Psychologist, Allison Keating and RTE’s Taragh Loughrey-Grant are holding in Dublin. More info and details are below and I would really love to see you there on the evening.  This event will be sure to sell out fast!

This week I would like you to consider who is in your ‘positive tribe’. Energy is contagious and the people you spend your time with have a huge impact on your emotional well-being.  In my book, I refer to people who open your heart as ‘radiators,’ and those who close it, as drains! This may seem harsh, but remember, your energy is precious and you need to spend as much time as possible with people who energise you rather than those who exhaust you.

Sending love and light as always,

Fiona

‘This is Me’ – An Event to Give You Take-Home, Actionable Skills to Enable You Live Your Life Better!

Feeling stressed or anxious? Find it hard to focus at work or relax at home?
Imagine feeling calmer, more confident and empowered to be your true self in both your personal and professional life.

Book Your Place at ‘This is Me’ and learn HOW to unleash your authentic self.

BOOK HERE on Eventbrite

Join

One enlightening host, RTE’s, Taragh Loughrey- Grant

for an illuminating panel discussion and immersive workshop

with…

Three of Ireland’s leading Therapists and best-selling authors, Siobhan Murray, Fiona Brennan and Allison Keating

Siobhan, Fiona and Allison work at the heart of Ireland’s mental health – each day helping clients in their booked-out clinics and group workshops to transform anxiety and stress into calmness and confidence.

‘This is Me’ debunks the myth that you need to change who you are in order to become happier, calmer and more confident. Your unconditioned self is already all of these things and more.

All three of us believe in helping people to develop a compassionate based resilience to deal with the real challenges of life.

Grounded in positive psychology and mindfulness, you will learn practical tools to help you to feel comfortable being vulnerable and proud of your true self.

This unique event is YOUR opportunity to put your questions to the expert panel.

BOOK HERE on Eventbrite

I’ll be emailing the winners who entered the competition later today. Thanks to everyone who entered!  It was remarkable to hear your children describe what love is. They have such wisdom.

Be sure to follow me on social media, as I share top positive tips and insights during the week. You can find me on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

‘The Positive Habit’ book
is now available as an audio book on both Audible & Borrow Box!

I regularly deliver workshops and seminars.  If your company is interested in a Positive Habit wellness event please get in touch.  You can find out more of the amazing companies I have worked with HERE

Evidence-based, rapid transformational online hypnotherapy programme, The Positive Habit trains your subconscious mind to let go of the past & to embrace the future with hope and happiness as you sleep!

Buy Now!

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE within 30 days & LIFETIME ACCESS to the life-changing audios

Testimonial from The Positive Habit online programme:

1st January, 2020

“I highly recommend the positive habit course, it supports overall health and wellbeing which can improve all areas of life. Life can throw some curve balls and this course provides the tools to surf the waves and land safely on the shore. My thanks and best wishes Fiona x”

Anne Murphy

The Positive Habit Weekly Blog – Dare to be Yourself

The Positive Habit Weekly Blog – Dare to be Yourself

I am writing to you from my hotel room beside the iconic St.Paul’s Cathedral in London. I came over for the weekend to learn from some of my wellness heroes at the Life Lessons Festival.

The two people I was motivated to hear are Alain De Botton, author of ‘The School of Life’, and Marie Forleo, author of ‘Everything is Figuroutable’. If you are familiar with their work, you will know they are two very different, equally distinct voices.

Alain De Botton is the quintessential British philosopher, eloquent with a dry, sharp sense of humour, who promotes melancholia as a positive attribute! Maria Forelo, on the other hand, is a go-getting all-American entrepreneur who has built a wellness empire. Alain advises “don’t believe in yourself,” you are a flawed human being and the best you can hope for in life is to accept that you are, like all of us, insane. The trick is getting to know in which way you are uniquely mad.  On the other hand, Forleo tells us that we must believe in ourselves, that we are all divine creatures with a unique gift that we must share with the world. Contradictory or what? Nevertheless, both De Botton and Forleo did deliver a unified message – whatever you do, let your true self be free, take off the mask, dare to be vulnerable, be comfortable with who you are and let go of the need to gain approval from other people.

That sums it up for me; no voice is more important than your own. So on that note, see if this week, you can dare to be yourself. From my clinical experience, I believe that when people pause and take the time to get know themselves just a little bit more, they realise they are indeed wonderful and worth believing in.

One final thing – if you need and/or fancy an Easter Recharge, take a look at this beautiful  wellness retreat being run in collaboration with a lady I admire greatly, Aisling Killoran.

Sending love and light as always,

Fiona

Read my latest article in ‘A Lust for Life’, aimed at 13-20-year-olds. Please share it with anyone you think could benefit from it.
Feeling Anxious? Self- Compassion is the Key to Calmness 

The Positive Habit on A Lust for Life

Come along to my immersive workshop at Thrive Festival on Saturday 29th February at 11.am. I would really love to meet you if I haven’t already! And if I have, even better! Come to say hello and enjoy the live hypnotherapy session I will give at the end of the workshop.

What is LOVE?

Ask your child/niece/nephew (under twelve) this question and email me your answers.

See their quote published in my next book!

AND

I’ll put your name in the hat to win two tickets to Thrive – Ireland’s premier wellness event. Please note that Thrive Festival is an over 16’s event.

Be sure to follow me on social media, as I share top positive tips and insights during the week. You can find me on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

‘The Positive Habit’ book
is now available as an audio book on both Audible & Borrow Box!

I regularly deliver workshops and seminars.  If your company is interested in a Positive Habit wellness event please get in touch.  You can find out more of the amazing companies I have worked with HERE

Evidence-based, rapid transformational online hypnotherapy programme, The Positive Habit trains your subconscious mind to let go of the past & to embrace the future with hope and happiness as you sleep!

Buy Now!

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE within 30 days & LIFETIME ACCESS to the life-changing audios

Testimonial from The Positive Habit online programme:

1st January, 2020

“I highly recommend the positive habit course, it supports overall health and wellbeing which can improve all areas of life. Life can throw some curve balls and this course provides the tools to surf the waves and land safely on the shore. My thanks and best wishes Fiona x”

Anne Murphy

A Lust for Life – February 2020 – Feeling anxious? Self-Compassion is the key to calmness

“Never look down on anybody unless you are helping them up.”

Jesse Jackson

Have you ever had a morning where you woke up and just could not face going into school or college? Not because you were physically sick, but for some weird reason,you just couldn’t quite put your finger on? An uncomfortable, anxious feeling that made you uneasy about seeing your mates or having to deal with anything at all? Read more…