Category Archives for Michelle’s Musings

Ho’oponopono and Radical Responsibility

Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian form of mediation, designed to repair conflict and damaged relationships through confession and forgiveness. More recently, it has developed into a New Age spiritual practice, based on the concept that we can find internal peace when we take 100% responsibility for everyone’s actions, not just our own. In ho’oponopono, the […]

Continue reading

Finding the Sweet Spot in your Business

When I ask my clients “what worries them about their business”, the most common answer is that they “don’t know what they don’t know.” This kind of undefined anxiety, the fear that you might be ignorant of something that could harm you is a common cause of self sabotage for small business owners. When you […]

Continue reading

Bridging the knowledge gap

Often, an entrepreneur’s hardest work is going on invisibly, on the inside. I, for example, have been working on being ok with not knowing all the answers. Even typing that makes me gasp and feel nausea rising. However, I have realised that this is simply one more symptom of the disjunct between my professional and […]

Continue reading

Setting intentions for the New Moon

Recently I have discovered great joy and peace in matching my life to the ebb and flow of the lunar cycle. I am particularly enjoying the practice of setting my intentions with each new moon. If you would like to know more about the current new moon from an astrological perspective, I recommend Eloise Meskanen […]

Continue reading