A standard is a baseline, value about something that you just don’t go below. It is a beautiful space you feel held in and it supports you to stay connected to yourself.
We live in a world that is hyper sexualized and at every corner we are told that life is all about sex.
When it comes to relationships it seems that we have set our standards really low. Why?
There is so much talk about health and how to become healthy. What about living consistently healthy to not only keep our body healthy but also have a much stronger body, that in case of sickness it can deal with everything that’s going on?
We are all super aware and born with a very high awareness, feeling and sense for and of what is going on around us. In fact, we are sensing our environments and people around us all the time.
Do you sometimes make your mood dependent on the number on the body scale? This is a super inspiring Testmonial from Paula on this topic.
You may not know it, but period poverty is actually a huge problem worldwide for people who menstruate because they are unable to afford sanitary products.
Observing yourself allows you to develop a greater awareness of what impacts your body and your well-being.
Taking care of our inner world through caring for ourselves support us to be less affected by the outer world.
When we hear the word violence we often think about physical violence. But there is much more to that.