Celebration “Puja” of the Heart ~ a Sacred Devotional Circle

November 19, 2010 at 6:25 pm | Posted in love/relationship/marriage, self development/motivation, spirituality | Leave a comment

Please join us for this FREE evening gathering that will offer an opportunity for the renewal of body, mind, and spirit.

Come celebrate the Divine Presence that is in all of us in a gentle, interactive, fun and safe environment.

Throughout the evening’s sacred and playful interactions, you will learn how to bring Tantric love, joy and awakening into your everyday life.

We all deserve to feel fully alive, loved and connected with ourselves and others. By opening our hearts (even a little bit), we invite unconditional love to be present.

This is a not a fast paced activity, but an event that allows you to slow down and sink in. You will be guided the whole time.

Open to singles and couples please, no children under 14

Date: Monday 22nd November

Time: 7pm – 9:30pm ~ Because of the nature of the Puja doors will close at 7:20pm and no one will be allowed admittance after that.

Venue: Delmar Parade, Dee Why

Bring: Your friends along, wear comfy clothes, come with an open heart and willingness to enjoy the evening with people who savor life.

Presenters: Sharon & Kenneth Mauldin

What I have learnt from my clients…

November 15, 2010 at 3:17 pm | Posted in communication, love/relationship/marriage, self development/motivation | 2 Comments

As many of you working with couples and individuals in relationships is my passion. Many of my clients come because they experience challenges and some are going through separation or divorce.
Through my work I also learn a lot FROM my clients, which in the end supports other clients. Thank you.

Transformation (picture by Berislava)

Here are some of the things I’ve learnt…

1. Things don’t always turn out the way we expect

While I was overseas, one particular couple who seemed to be heading in the direction of separation and divorce decided to give it another try. They had already convinced me, that they were better off alone…

2. Commitment can heal many hurts

Affairs, betrayal or secrets can leave a couple reeling and dealing with challenges. Couples have shown me that if there is commitment, dedication, acceptance and a willingness to grow and learn together many challenges can be met and dealt with.

3. It is not over ‘til the fat lady sings

I have worked with couples who went through separation only to come back together after experiencing each other from a distance and realising what actually connected them in the first place. I’m still smiling about one couple where she decided she couldn’t live with one of his habits (smoking) and after working through the whole issue they’ve now got married and committed to each other in an even deeper way.

4. Relationship is self-knowledge

Over and over I hear that my clients learn more about themselves through relationship. What really annoys them about their partner is what triggers core issues in themselves. Looking from a distance it is those gifts that help us heal unresolved past hurts.

5. I just want to know!

Personally I can so understand when clients say: I just want to know! I have come to observe over and over that as a generalization men tend to not want to hurt their partner and retract to not telling them (for example that they want to leave) where women just want to know and move on.

6. I’m right, you are wrong

The biggest learning will be that in any relationship there are usually two quite different viewpoints that each believe to be ‘right’. Only through acceptance of different perspectives and the ability to change perspective can we come to realise that this paradox of opposing opinions means that it is not ‘either / or’ but ‘and’.

So to all my clients who are also my teachers, Thank you!

Separation And Divorce – Pros And Cons

November 10, 2010 at 3:36 pm | Posted in love/relationship/marriage | Leave a comment
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Where is Dad?

Making a decision to separate or divorce has a major impact on your life, whether the decision is mutual or not. The ritual of marriage is a significant milestone in life and to undo or reverse this is similarly significant.

In a time of relationship crisis, separation and divorce might seem the only solution. Having said that, it is important to keep the whole picture, including all the different people affected, in mind. Continue Reading Separation And Divorce – Pros And Cons…

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