Blog Articles

  • "A victory against my old friend anxiety". Travel Blogger Lisa Wilson shares her experience of Guided Mind Clearance

    Having experienced a number of healing therapies prior to my session with Danielle, I wasn’t too apprehensive about Guided Mind Clearance. I class myself as a relatively complexed person who has made a conscious effort to peel back the layers of anxiety and depression that has plagued my life periodically. Why can’t my brain just be quiet for a moment! These are the words I often tell myself. I am my own worst enemy.
  • Amy Reyes: "Can you hypnotise me thin?" My journey into Guided Mind Clearance

    Once again, I find myself being asked to write about something I don’t understand or I’m not familiar with. This time it's Guided Mind Clearance. I know, right? Guided Mind Clearance – conjures up images of an episode of Hoarders in someone’s mind palace – like dudes in hazmat suits have got their facemasks on and barged into Hannibal Lector’s head. But, weird mental pictures aside, it actually gives me a good framework...

  • A Fictional Letter From The Year 2070: A Letter To My Younger Self.

    We found this really strange and fascinating fictional 'letter to my younger self'.  It's set in a magical new world in 2070.   We picked up on it because we thought it was quite apt at this time, amongst the worldwide pandemic of Coronavirus and the exponential spread of conspiracy theory narratives. Is this true fiction or could it be a real letter or some kind of spooky premonition?  Judge for yourself!

  • Break The Addiction to Negative Thinking by Eckhart Tolle

    Learn how to break the addiction to negative thinking with this great video from Eckhart Tolle.  His theory is that “This kind of compulsive thinking is actually an addiction. What characterizes an addiction? Quite simply this: you no longer feel that you have the choice to stop. It seems stronger than you. It also gives you a false sense of pleasure; pleasure that invariably turns into pain.” So, how do we rise above our thoughts...
  • Covid 19 (Coronavirus): Mental Health and the region-beta paradox philosophy....

    Coronavirus has induced a tidle wave of global mental health issues as much as the medical and economical crisis. With so much anxiety and stress, the whole world seems to be crumbling around us.  People globally are losing their livelihoods, their homes, being quarantined, falling sick and at risk of dying.  Older generations in complete isolation and many industries on the brink of collapse...
  • Jim Carrey discovers that thought is an illusory thing

    Watch this inspiring short video from Jim Carey on spiritual awakening.  He discovered that "thought" was responsible for almost all suffering we experience but that thought was just an illusory thing.  He metaphorically explains with humour how he was thrown into an expansive feeling using a beautiful metaphor about riding a wave of consciousness and became a witness to his own thoughts.
  • 5 Ways Guided Mind Clearance can help you Change your Story

    “The stories we tell ourselves make up our identity and dictate what we believe” – Tony Robbins

    We all have a life story, we are all stories....  This is right from when we were born, where we were born, influenced by our family and the society that we grew up in.  The Identities we form are heavily driven by Social...
  • Gratitude. What's Not To Like?

    “He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.” – Epictetus

    Gratitude is a way for us to appreciate what we have instead of wanting more, always needing something new in the hope it can make us happier or feeling we are not satisfied until every physical and material need is met.  Gratitude helps us refocus on what we have instead of what we don’t have.

  • 5 Differences Between Hypnotherapy and Guided Mind Clearance

    1. Hypnotherapy is used to subconsciously re programme thought processes or beliefs.  During a state of deep trance a Hypnotherapist will speak to the subconscious mind and suggest and persuade changes in thought processes. Guided Mind Clearance does not look to re programme existing thoughts, instead in effect “de hypnotises”.  This is done through releasing negative emotions....

  • An Alternative View: Sam Harris is an atheist with a passion for mindfulness

    Sam Harris is an author, neuroscientist and philosopher and  is somewhat controversially recognized for his strong atheist beliefs.  Sam has one of the most unique stances in history due to his outspoken views against religion combined with his passion for the ancient eastern spiritual practice of mindfulness.  He eloquently and seamlessly explains in this video how you don't need to have any religious or...
  • 10 Benefits of Mindfulness in the Workplace

    Most of us work, for many of us our careers are a key focal point of our life goals.  Over recent times there have been changes in attitudes around work life balance.  Even as recently as five to ten years ago it was an approved mantra if in an interview a candidate for a job would say they “live to work”.

    Whilst this attitude seems to changing and both employees and employers are perhaps realising that perhaps it should be the other way round and the reason to work is to actually live and enjoy a better life, or to coin the previous used phrase “work life balance”. 

  • Procrastination – Getting caught between good intentions and actions

    According to numerous researcher’s Procrastination is a growing issue within modern society.  In two large studies conducted by DePaul University professor Joseph Ferrari – “Procrastination is impulsivity winning out over future rewards.  This is probably why it’s on the increase.  Our modern world has limitless distractions: a plethora of TV channels, electronic games and Internet temptations”.