I wanted to scream and smash my racquet. I wanted to hit something, to throw a tantrum like a two-year-old. In fact, it probably was my inner two-year-old who was reacting, in that moment, to the frustration of not being able to hit the shuttle hard enough to win the point. Time and again, the … Continue reading Enraged
"Practice, practice, practice, and then practice some more." This is the mantra of every teacher, every coach, and when I realised that I've not been doing that, I figured it was time for another Resonance Repatterning® session. This time, it was a Relationship Intention Repatterning, which you might very accurately deduce is all about relationship … Continue reading Letting go of regrets
Today's repatterning unexpectedly brought together two of my passions - music and badminton! It was a Movement for Life Repatterning, which is all about transforming negative beliefs and feelings that inhibit our natural and spontaneous movement. Movement is essential for well-being and has an important connection to vision as it stimulates the inflow of light … Continue reading Passions unite!
I few months ago, I wrote a blog post at The Repatterning Journal about using Resonance Repatterning® to shift negative patterns I encountered in myself while playing badminton. Despite knowing and believing it will work, to be quite honest, I'm astounded by the incredible change I have experienced as a result! Where before I was … Continue reading A journey
Sport has always been an important part of my life, and yet, in recent years, it has fallen by the wayside. I used to think this was because life with small children was just too busy, not to mention the difficulty I faced with communicating in a foreign language. Recently though I have come to the conclusion that it’s actually something else entirely.
My passion has always been for volleyball. I spent most of my adolescence hoping for the opportunity to play and signing up for the volleyball club was practically the first thing I did when I got to university. In fact, my husband and I met on the volleyball court. But in the last few years, he has had to abandon the sport for something less taxing on his shoulders – enter badminton, a sport he now plays extremely well, which he’s spent several years encouraging me to…
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