Author Archives: tui

Sleep. Let me help you (with a free meditation).

Tui Fleming With Her Book Dear Mummy Available Online at Tuifleming.com

Sleep. Such a beautiful word. It conjures up feelings of softness, stillness, imaginings, possibilities. Unicorns, princesses, knights in shining armour, the man or woman of your dreams. Ecstatic sex, or maybe the most scintillating of conversations. Still lakes, glistening horizons, flying, then – falling… into a puff of billowy clouds. The promise of a future, […]

The “too much” woman, musings on IWD 2019

I came across this poem via an Embodiment Mentor of mine. At first I thought she was writing about herself – but I could see so much of myself in her words. Then as I read on, I realised it was a poem about so many of us, not just accepting but CELEBRATING us in […]

Why I’m saying no to new years resolutions

It’s time, I think, for a change in approach and a change in phraseology. In the last few weeks I’ve seen countless articles espousing the virtues of making new year’s resolutions; resolutions that reek of effort, of striving, frankly, of stress. I’ve had it with pressure and expectation. All my life I’ve lived with it […]