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Nirasha Ramlugan

Cutting ties….

Yesterday, a new patient walked into my therapy room, sat across me and poured her heart out. After years and years of allowing others to control her….she was close to breaking point. This control was not just physical but mental attachments. She felt weighed down and her life felt like it stood still. I instantly resonated with her and empathised with her pain. Many years

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Nirasha Ramlugan

Slipping back to Old Habits

We’ve all been there and done that!!! Haven’t we? When we realise that something isn’t right in our lives and living becomes a mundane act of our reality, many of us acknowledge that it is time to change. Reorganising and tweaking what we do can be daunting for some individuals, especially if they don’t know where to start. For others, it might be refreshing…similar to

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Nirasha Ramlugan

Goodbye Blues…

I haven’t blogged anything for the last 3 weeks. Whenever I took my Ipad to do some writing, it was a challenge for me to scribe my feelings and views. I had to take time out to contemplate on what was stopping me. Then it dawned on me how emotional I have been since the new year. It’s weird how your ideas and creativity struggles to break through your thoughts when

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Nirasha Ramlugan

A New Year with a new outlook…

Happy new year to all my Blog & Facebook readers and patients. May 2016 be a year where you strive to realise that you are the most important person in your life and you start to romance yourself. -Begin with loving yourself by be gentle to yourself. Take time to BE. -Be kind to your body by being healthy and eating well. Daily light exercise

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Nirasha Ramlugan

The Healing Silence

Today I stood outside a beautiful cathedral in Lincoln. This colossal place of worship was built in 1088, commissioned by the great William the Conqueror. The intricate carvings and sculptures just overwhelmed my senses. I looked in awe….whilst patiently waiting in the queue to enter this sanctum of prayer. What caught my eye instantaneously were the breath-taking stain glass windows, which portrayed stories from the

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Nirasha Ramlugan

Celebrating vs complaining

When I look around there’s a world, my world, that I have so much to be grateful for. A few nights ago was one of those special moments my heart was filled with gratitude and appreciation.   How clever is our brain to perceive personal experiences in our life and then change it into chemical hormones, produced in the part of our brain called the

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