Deep Diving Inwards

I have been doing a lot of introspection lately, and it’s been a bumpy ride.

Water, Underwater, Nightmare, Air, Breath, Art
Pic of a woman underwater in the foetal position, bubbles coming from her mouth and facing the camera

I hope you weren’t expecting crystal clarity in this post, I expect it’s going to get rambly.

I have always been deeply invested in being the best person I can be. There have been so many stages, journals, workbooks, scrapbooks, conversations and processing times and yet still there’s always more to work on.

I have also always wanted to teach people and help them. I love working with people with a similar mind set, open to growth and exploration and questions. I used to drive my Mum crazy always asking WHY and I am a lot older now and I still ask that question a lot.

A lot of the current introspection is due to coming across a new mentor shaped person, Denise Duffield Thomas. She’s pretty amazing, and she’s crossed my radar a number of times over the last few years, but I’ve never really looked at her properly. This year, some of the fears that were driving my urgency have finally been washed away, and I’m read to try new things, and start asking WHY again.

So I thought I’d give Denise a go, she is doing three free recorded sessions and a live webinar, and I wanted to see what she was about.


I mean, she’s sweet and lovely and super cute and delightfully Australian, and she tries to deliver her messages gently, and she does also warn you… but phew. We went very deep very quick, and I’m still reeling. I’m only two sessions in, I have another two to go.

I am also really appreciative that she does warn us that we’re going to go deep emotionally. She tells us to take deep breathes and to drink more water and to make space for the processing and thoughts we need to do.

There’s going to be a lot of posts coming up that have come about because of her work, and this is just the free courses. I want to shout all of the things I have learned and done due to this course already, but as I work my way through it, there’s JUST. SO. MUCH.

I’m really excited to be here, and I’m really excited to be here with YOU.

Published by Sarah Lee Parker

Sarah P is a unique creature who writes a little or writes a lot, and loves riding the tech wave. She loves her iPad a little too much, and is currently addicted to Twitter.

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