JOY is good medicine.

What are you feeding into your field?  Definition of Joy by Merriam-Webster a: the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by the prospect of possessing what one desires: delight.  b: the expression or exhibition of such emotion: gaiety. :a state of happiness or felicity: bliss. :a source or cause of delight. Joy...
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Strengthening the Compassion Muscle

Compassion derived in the English language by way of the Latin root “passio”, which means to suffer, paired with the Latin prefix “com”, meaning together – to suffer together. Compassion brings alive an ability for connection from one person to another, offering an open space of not fixing or solving the suffering, but a space that the suffering...
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Heart hearing heightens the whole

‘Heart hunches’, ‘gut feelings’ and ‘just knowing’ are things we say every day. What was once considered simply as expressions used to describe our intuition, is now growing in scientific fields suggesting that the heart actually does play a role in how we process information. Not only that, there are studies that are confirming that...
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Teachers minds matter – Energised life solutions for the teacher & culture

Earlier this year EYI teamed up with Teacher Training Australia (TTA), a national platform for Australian Teachers to access Professional Development Training face to face and online across many areas of development. In this article Miles Campbell, TTA’s founder catches up with our Co-Founder and master educator, Marie Louise, to learn more about overcoming the stressors...
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Battle of the Bullies

Nurses have offered themselves in service at the front line and shown the strength and courage of soldiers, only to find themselves no longer at war in 2018. Instead they are succumbing to a subtle line of fire of bullying within the workplace from fellow colleagues, patients or management. According to A Safe Work Australia...
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