Articles and writing with Linda Connors
Seasons Greetings to you all.
As we prepare to leave 2015 and take a step into 2016 it's my wish that you look back on 2015 with awareness, learnings and movement.
It's been a very dramatic year of what is happening in the wider world - with the refugee crisis, politics, ISIS, mass shootings, climate change and so on.
Sometimes I feel a little overwhelmed with what is happening in the bigger picture and unsure how to help. Then I remember that I can continue to live my life with awareness, love and kindness. I can continue to grow, evolve and flourish. I can learn from 2015 and put this awareness into action in 2016.
By being my true self and living a life of loving-kindness it naturally has an impact on the world around me.
And this is the same for you.
By living a life of purpose, fun, passion and love you will naturally create change in your world and the world around you.
As we enter to enter a new year, my wish for you is that you are always true to yourself, you speak to yourself with love and kindness, you begin to see your true power and strengths, you step in your life and create more happiness, fun, success and well-being.
Regardless of what your 2015 journey involved, remember you can learn and continue to grow from it and put this into action for 2016.
I wish you much love, light and peace
The above is a powerful statement. Everything you thought you knew about addiction is wrong.
In this TED talk by Johann Hari he shares his research (and family background of addiction). It's powerful. It's real. It's up to date.
How I work is very much aligned with what Johann discusses. Addiction is about disconnection, being lost and empty. To overcome addiction the first step to re-engage with life in a new connected and more meaningful way and to discover how to sustain this.
If you have an addiction, or someone you know has an addiction, I highly recommend you watch this video below.
If you would like some support you are welcome to contact me on +44 (0) 753 421 3557.
I remember in my twenties and up until my mid thirties to have sex I needed to be tipsy or preferably drunk. I used alcohol to be confident, courageous and adventurous. I thought I was having a great time and sexually empowered however in truth I was hiding and having very unfilling and disconnected sexual experiences.
It was a strange experience when I stopped turning to alcohol to have sex and be intimate. I felt anxious, very unconfident and was afraid of intimacy.
I woke up one morning after another night of disconnection with a huge hangover and I thought enough is enough. Surely there must be another way to experience sex and enjoy it with my mind, body and heart!
So, I went on a journey of sexual discovery and empowerment. Where I connected to my body, sensuality and sexual energy in a new nurturing, loving and natural way. Where I learned to trust, let go and open my heart. As I moved beyond anxiety and fear of intimacy I no longer turned to alcohol for sexual confidence or courage. As a result I began to experience sex on a fun, passionate and spiritual level.
Do you turn to alcohol to have sex?
It's a story I hear often from my male and female clients. I need alcohol to have sex, to feel confident, to feel calmer, to let go.
I wanted to shared my very personal story above to show you that there is another way to experience a great sex life. My sexual programmes teach you how to be sexually confident, how to let go, how to connect with yourself and your partner on a new level.
To find out more contact me on +44 (0) 753 421 3557. Appointments are available in London Harley Street, Bath and online through Skype - which allows people from around the UK, Europe and America to work with me.