Thursday , 19 October 2017

Tag Archives: healing

Truthful Baseline

If you don’t know where you are, how can you know where you are going? I began the year 2016 with a focus on fitness, fat loss and learning the truth of performance and progress. Somewhere along the way I forgot (again) the learnings of January/February which was “What gets measured improves” Robin Sharma.  Each day I was running or doing ... Read More »

Healing Through Forgiveness After Sticking Your Hand In A Blender


Last night I cut my finger very deeply on the blade of my blender. In what can only be described as ‘haste’ to clean and ‘ridiculous, should have known better’ activity; I had my hand in the bottom of the blender cleaning it….stabbed myself with the very, very sharp blade. It cut deeply, drew blood and hurt. Enter forgiveness. My ... Read More »

Healing Day on Australia Day.

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I am conflicted. This day for me is conflicted. I feel the conflict and the confusion and I get it. For me it comes down to the fact that this day isn’t necessarily inspiring a conversation that is helping us evolve; and in many ways, continues to ‘rub salt into the wound’ or ignore what is really going on here. Yes we ... Read More »

Festival of THE Rural Woman

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Festival of THE Rural Woman is a completely FREE Annual Global Online Event celebrating, inspiring and empowering  (THE) Thriving, Healing, Evolving rural women of the world! Run just like a face-to-face festival and completely online, we are inviting a stunningly diverse line up of rural women speakers, artists, entrepreneurs, healers, activists, farmers, community advocates, social change makers, creatives, practitioners, innovators ... Read More »

Podcast – Patience in the Healing Journey with Hayley Wallace

Patience and the Healing Journey

In this edition of Connections & Conversations, THE Rural Woman Founder Rebel Black talks with Hayley Wallace about patience and her healing journey. They explore questions including: * what does patience mean to you? * tell me more about what you are passionate about? * you healed yourself from cancer in 9 weeks, relatively speedy in terms of real time, but ... Read More »

Why I Run


On my 34th birthday I called my Mum early in the morning, just after my husband had left for work, to come and get me because I knew if I was left alone too long, was going to harm myself. I was finally at rock bottom but I was sound enough to know that I had to reach out and ask ... Read More »

Get Well Soon – Leaning into Healing


Influenza has struck our household, big time.  This has meant I have had to tell people I am crook.  Some of this sharing has been to explain why I can’t meet a commitment, why I can’t speak or why I am standing 10 metres from them. Some of the sharing has been to encourage others to do stuff for me ... Read More »

Let it go


It is becoming clearer to me that growth is more about what you don’t do, than what you do do. I am realising that there is a clear path that is easy to navigate if we listen closely to our heart but for most of us we listen to our head, clinging anxiously to the knowledge our head acquires along the ... Read More »

Adjusting the flow to find peace


Feedback from my previous post “Holding Back” makes me think my piece may have been a little unclear in its intent.  What I was trying to express was that inside us all are truths which need to be released, an inner knowing that yearns to be explored and set free and the more we grow and the more we ask questions of ourselves, ... Read More »

Connecting to Confidence a conversation with Lyn Sykes

Podcast Confidence Lyn Sykes

Co-Founder of THE Rural Woman Rebel Black speaks with Lyn Sykes, communication specialist and farm succession pioneer. Together they explore questions including: 1. How would you describe or define confidence? 2. How have you seen lack of confidence show up in people’s behaviour (in your work) and what impact does it have (eg on decision making, on communication) 3. How ... Read More »

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