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September 2017

What is My Task in this Mothering Moment?

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That dark shape in the middle of this picture is a nest. And on that nest is a mother blackbird. And under that mother blackbird was an egg that is now a baby blackbird. We have watched over the last four weeks while the nest and its inhabitants have been thrashed about in the branches, storm-tossed by wind, drenched by rain, and pelted by hail. It is amazing that the nest has withstood the elements and that the egg and chick stayed on board. Through all of the tumult that wee mum has held relentlessly to her task. Alfred Adler…

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Spilt Milk Yoga Workshop Review

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“It has been a week since I attended of the Spilt Milk Yoga Weekend Workshop. During the course of the week I have found myself with a smile on my face, reflecting on the warmth and understanding I felt during the the workshop, and personal growth and insight I personally gained. Today it took an hour to walk to Kindergarten, I could have rushed my daughter, told her to hurry, overlooked her observations of the flowers, stopped her from playing in the stones, hiding in the phone box and deterred her from climbing a wall… but I didn’t. When we…

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Spilt Milk Yoga Workshop Review

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“I realised I could still break the chains of trauma that had been passed down through potentially generations and didn’t have to repeat those same experiences with my daughters. This journey also helped me to forgive. Forgive my mother, my grandmother and made me realise that they were just human too, and had their own path to walk.”  

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Spilt Milk Yoga Workshop Review

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“One of the best tools a mother can have under her belt; a space to reflect, unpack, learn and grow as an individual and mother, all in a safe space. And led by a soul you’ll be so lucky to encounter. Cathryn truly understands motherhood in all it’s exhausting monotony through to it’s all-encompassing joy. I enjoyed the structure of the course; the flow, the meditation/mindfulness, journalling, the size of the group (safe, reassuring space). Truly felt like no judgement from other mothers experiencing similar and yet different journeys.”  

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