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Media, Blogs & Interviews

Calodagh, our CEO writes a weekly article on wellbeing circulated in Independent News and Media owned regional publications around Ireland. She also writes regular wellbeing blogs and has appeared on RTE Nationwide and various radio shows. Regular updates including articles, videos and our latest events are available in our newsletter. To subscribe, click here. To get in touch contact info@spiritualearth.com.

The benefits of meditation

Meditation has so many benefits for mind, body and spirit – much more than stress relief. You can do it almost anywhere. It simply involves focusing your awareness on something. A sound, your breath, walking, a candle or even a mantra. Different types resonate with…

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Digital wellbeing

The most important thing to remember about technology is that it is there to improve your life and not take away from it. Your life is at the centre. Technology has transformed all of our lives in so many positive ways but with that has…

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The wellbeing wheel

Our wellbeing works likes a wheel with different areas of our life and the various wellbeing pillars acting as the spokes. If any area is out of balance, life won’t flow and we won’t feel right in ourselves. The different wellbeing pillars are: physical, mental,…

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Bullying at work

Many things can deeply affect our wellbeing, our sense of self, freedom and who we are every day. Bullying is one of those things. It can affect anyone and happen almost anywhere – in the playground, at school, work, in your social or sports club,…

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The cost of procrastination

Procrastination is the action of avoiding delaying or postponing something that needs to be accomplished. It is a habitual and intentional delay of starting or completing a task despite negative consequences. So many of us are masters of it in at least some area (or areas) of our…

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Building confidence

Confidence is defined as a feeling or belief that one can have faith in or rely on someone or something. When we have confidence in ourselves we can rely on ourselves to be who we want to be and be our best and true self…

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Posture

When we are young we often get reminded by parents and teachers to ‘sit up straight’. While it can be irritating to hear, this is a very important message. The benefits of good posture are immense and the costs of bad posture are high. Having…

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Goals

Goal-setting is a key foundation for your growth and success. A goal is an: ‘idea of the future or desired result that a person or group envisions, plans and commits to achieve’ within a timeframe. They say only 3 percent of Americans have goals written…

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Making space

Summer is a great time for enjoyment of life, people and nature. If you want to enjoy more of what you want in life, you need space to do so. Making space involves letting go of things that are not benefiting you, ‘stuff’ that takes…

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Why wellbeing at work?

With so many pressures on organisational leadership – sales, strategy, growth, staffing, training, product development, targets, deadlines, compliance and GDPR to name a few, some can be slow to prioritise wellbeing at work. However, the research is now showing very clearly that wellbeing at work…

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Laughter is the best medicine!

April 1st, April Fools’ day is a timely reminder for all of us of the importance of laughter in our lives. Laughter has so many benefits. It is an instant holiday from your life. It reduces the levels of stress hormones cortisol, epinephrine (adrenaline) and…

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The quest for balance

We hear a lot about balance these days… finding your balance, work-life balance, being in or out of balance and being off-balance.  But what does it mean? Balance is defined as a situation or state in which different elements are equal or in the correct…

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Loneliness

In modern life, there are more ways than ever to connect. We connect through the more traditional channels or through social media and virtual networking. We meet others through social and sports clubs, at school, work, Church, dating aps, meet-up groups, chat rooms and through a…

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Being your best

Between now and early January most of us will take time to reflect on ourselves and our lives; how we are doing, what we are not doing, what is going well and what could go better or some variation of this theme. As you do…

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Friends and friendship

‘Friendship… is not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything’ Muhammad Ali. Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. Friends are one of life’s greatest gifts. Friendship nourishes the heart and…

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Mercer 2015

82% of employees are facing increased stress which is leading to reduced concentration, job satisfaction and productivity at work.