Using ho’oponopono to diffuse your anger

What do you do when you feel irritated or angry? The kind of situation where it’s impossible or inappropriate to express how you feel. A family dynamic you have no control over, a boss who is demanding and illogical in their demands, a feud or longterm disagreement that rumbles between you and a loved one,…

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Journalling for mindfulness and setting your intentions

Keeping a journal isn’t simply keeping a diary. Journalling is a chance to be reflective every day or few days, go deeper with your own thoughts, set your intentions and express yourself. Rebecca Marr outlines its many benefits, with suggestions on how to get the maximum benefit from your journalling   Journalling for mindfulness, setting…

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The art of contentedness is living in harmony

How content are you? Being content is definitely a daily skill – and probably taking a bit of work right now for you! According to Mahatma Ghandi, ‘Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.’ Here are some simple tips on living in harmony by practising the…

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Two friends are laughing, definition of how to be happy

How to be happy? For many people happiness is elusive and a bit of mystery. Here at The Natural Health Hub we believe that happiness in’t simply a matter of looking after yourself emotionally and physically. Research shows that true happiness lies also in a further dimension: nurturing yourself spiritually. For us at The Hub…

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‘Give thanks for a little and you will find a lot’ There’s so much wisdom in this simple African proverb. In the present circumstances, in the midst of a world lockdown due to fear and anxiety, while you are forced into close quarters with family all day every day, it can be pretty tough to…

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Relaxed happy woman on swing swinging with gay abandon

Helping people live a happier, more fulfilled life is at the core of what we’re all about here at The Natural Health Hub. Achieving happiness is a matter of looking after yourself emotionally, physically and, we reckon, spiritually. Here are suggestions from Sue Leach, owner of The Hub, on steps you can take to think…

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