This is what I will try to explain to you in this article.
From a very young age, I have been very connected to my intuition and my creativity (which for me is one of the most concrete manifestations of intuition). My intuition has guided me to make important decisions about my career choices, from my studies to my reorientation as a coach in 2019.
But in this article, I’m not going to go through how intuition has changed my life (if you want to know more, I invite you to read my story in the “About me” section on…
As far as I can remember, I’ve always been a highly intuitive soul. As a child, my intuition was a natural part of me I never questioned.
It was my guide, my source of imagination and creativity.
I went with the flow and it was easy for me to follow what I loved, especially singing and dancing.
I always felt energies very deeply and experienced life and relationships in a profound and genuine way. It wasn’t easy at times, but it was mostly blissful to feel that much love, fun, and eagerness for life. My heart was simply open.
Most of us don’t see relationships in a constructive way and that’s why they can become so detrimental to us. We do tend to take more than we give in romantic relationships, and that’s because we’re not actually ready for it.
Being single isn’t easy, and it often leaves us alone with our insecurities. That’s probably why many of us jump from one relationship to another: we find it too hard to be left alone facing our own demons. So we look for someone to give us love, and comfort, and security but all of this is like a smoke…
Breaking up is painful as hell.
Research shows that it activates the same part of the brain as the one responsible for physical pain. A lot of articles were published online about how to deal with a broken heart after being rejected. But what about the pain that comes with rejecting someone?
This recently happened to me. I met someone great a few weeks ago, a beautiful person inside and out. We were having a nice time and despite all his qualities, and charms, and the fact that we had a beautiful connection and were getting along so well, something…
Vous ne savez pas quoi faire pendant cette période de confinement ? Quoi de mieux qu’un bon film pour vous transporter hors de chez vous, à défaut de pouvoir sortir dehors… à moins que les personnages de l’histoire soient eux-mêmes confinés dans le film ! Ce serait à en devenir claustrophobe !
Et pourtant, les huis-clos sont souvent des films à scénarios forts avec de nombreux rebondissements et une dynamique particulière qui rend l’histoire et les relations entre les personnages encore plus intenses. …
Running out of ideas of what to do during a lockdown? Movies are the perfect go-to then, especially when we can’t get out… unless the characters are trapped inside a closed space! Hello, claustrophobia!
But huis-clos movies often have intense scenarios and create a very interesting dynamic between the characters who are forced to stay together in an enclosed space… feeling familiar? :D
Here is a list of 5 of my favorite huis-clos movies. Different genres, different times… here we go!
You want to build a committed relationship and you’ve just met someone new. You’re dating, it’s nice, however, you’re not really sure how you feel about them and whether they’re worth pursuing. Some might think that this uncertainty is already a sure sign that the magic isn’t there. But experience has shown me that feelings are complex and that there are many reasons why it’s not always obvious that we really like someone and whether it’s worth giving them a chance.
It might be that you have been hurt in the past and you don’t want to open your heart…
“Je ne suis pas quelqu’un de créatif”.
En tant qu’animatrice d’ateliers de théâtre, j’entends cette phrase très souvent et elle me fait le même effet à chaque fois : en es-tu certain.e ? J’ai toujours pensé que ce n’était pas vrai, quelle que soit la personne. Voici pourquoi.
Quel est le but de cette phrase “je ne suis pas créatif” ? Comment contester cette déclaration pour qu’elle devienne un point de départ et non une fin en soi?
La première question à se poser est pourquoi penses-tu que tu n’es pas créatif? As-tu eu de mauvaises expériences dans le passé…
You believe you’re not creative. As a Drama Teacher, I hear this statement all the time amongst my students: “I’m not a creative person”. I’ve always thought that it wasn’t true, no matter who the person is. Here’s why.
Where is that statement “I’m not creative” taking you? How can we challenge that statement so that it becomes a starting point and not an end in itself?
The first question to ask yourself is why do you believe you’re not creative? Have you had bad experiences in the past and someone told you that what you created wasn’t good enough…
When you want to try acting classes, it can be hard to choose from all the courses that are available. Here are 3 questions to ask yourself to help you find the acting class that’s just right for you.
This is the first question to ask yourself: what drives you to learn how to act? …